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AI and OHS: a look back at the Euroshnet conference in October 2022

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) meets Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) was the theme of the 7th EUROSHNET conference which took place in Paris on 20 October and which brought together some 130 OSH experts from the world of standardisation, testing and certification, from 15 countries.

Speakers and participants were able to exchange views on what characterizes “good AI” and on the need for a regulatory framework. The conference was a great opportunity for them to dialogue, learn from each other and reflect together on how AI can best be taken into account in legislation and in OSH. The presentations will be progressively available on the conference website.

In addition, the President of EUROGIP, Franck Gambelli, was invited to speak at a round table and give his point of view on the implications and expectations of artificial intelligence for French industry. It should be noted that EUROGIP, as a founding member of EUROSHNET, co-organised the 2022 conference. It will continue to be involved in this network, which regularly offers the possibility of a Europe-wide exchange on standardisation, whether at meetings with the other six founding members or at conferences.

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