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Biosafety Clearing House Training Workshop for Regional Advisors. 15 - 27 May 2006 Bangkok, Thailand. Introduction to Management Centre. Prakash Bista Fred Vogel. OBJECTIVE. Understand the Management Centre Use the Central Portal to register information into the BCH. How. Presentation

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biosafety clearing house training workshop for regional advisors

Biosafety Clearing House Training Workshop for Regional Advisors

15 - 27 May 2006Bangkok, Thailand

introduction to management centre

Introduction to Management Centre

Prakash Bista

Fred Vogel

objective
OBJECTIVE
  • Understand the Management Centre
  • Use the Central Portal to register information into the BCH
slide4
How
  • Presentation
  • Authorized users demo
  • Hands-on lab
institutional structure
Institutional Structure
  • In the framework of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, two groups of users are considered for interacting with the Biosafety Clearing House:
    • National Focal Point for the Biosafety Clearing-House (NFP-BCH)
    • National Authorized User (NAU)
bch vs bch training website
BCH vs BCH Training Website

BCH Website:

http://bch.biodiv.org

BCH Training Website:

http://bchtraining.biodiv.org

  • Training site to help in the learning & understanding.
  • Similar to the real website but may have differences due to upgrading.
management centre
Management Centre
  • Data entry interface for registering, updating, deleting or correcting information
  • Access restricted to the BCH NFPs and other authorized users
  • Information must be validated by BCH-NFP or the CBD Secretariat
  • Anyone can register
  • Information made public only after verification by NFP
sign in to management centre
Sign-in to Management Centre
  • Requires a username and password
  • Use the email address used for registering as a user
registering new information
Registering new information
  • National Contacts
  • Laws and regulations
  • Decisions and declarations
  • Capacity building
  • Roster of experts
  • Other Resources
manage information
Manage information
  • Manage Information
  • Edit information
  • Delete Information
manage authorized users only for national focal points
Manage Authorized users (only for National Focal Points)
  • Manage Authorized Users
  • Authorize new user
  • Edit user
  • Delete user
groups
Groups
  • Group 1 – Brazil
  • Group 2 – France
  • Group 3 – Spain
  • Group 4 – Norway
  • Group 5 – Mexico
  • Group 6 – Sweden
users
Users
  • 6 Groups of 3:
    • 2 National Authorized Users (NAUs) bangkokX.nauN
    • 1 BCH-National Focal Point (NFP) gbangkokX.nfp
    • All passwords are “bangkok”
hands on lab roles
Hands-on Lab: Roles
  • First user in the row is BCH-NFP, and the rest are NAUs 1 to …
  • http://bchtraining.biodiv.org
  • NAUs enter fictitious data
  • BCH-NFP validates ONE RECORD
  • Each user then exchange role so that all can be BCH-NFP
objective1
OBJECTIVE
  • To learn how to input country information into the BCH
  • Case studies follow a related path

(e.g., information registered about Contacts would be further be referenced in another records)

steps to follow
Steps to follow
  • Input ONE contact information of a person
  • Input ONE Competent National Authority
  • Input ONE decision or declaration on LMO using the Contact and CNA as a reference
  • Input ONE Risk Assessment
  • Input ONE National law or regulation using the reference of an existing CNA
after first info input
After first info input...
  • NFP validates ONE record
  • Change roles, repeat point 1 for every member of your group
review questions
Review questions
  • What are the two groups of users considered for interacting with the bch portal?
  • What is the BCH training website, and how do you reach it?
  • Describe the workflow for registering and approving information on the BCH
  • Who validates the new information to be made public in the Central Portal?
  • Who can register new information on the Central Portal?
  • When is information made public ?
  • How to sign-in to the Management Centre?
  • What are Common Formats? Why are them needed?
  • What is the Thesaurus or Common Vocabulary
  • What types or categories of information can be registered?
  • Who can manage Authorized Users for a Party?
  • How does the NFP know that he / she has some information to review and validate on the Central Portal?
  • How does an NAU know the state of the registered information?
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