Register for the EUROSHNET 2015 conference: “Improving the quality of life at work” (2)

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The fifth European Conference of Euroshnet, which will be held from 14 to 16 October in Seville, will examine the subject of the “quality of life at work” from the viewpoint of standardization, tests and certification in occupational safety and health (OSH).

It is intended for product manufacturers and users, European and national authorities, standardization and certification specialists, OSH institutions and other stakeholders in occupational safety and health.

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loupe1EUROSHNET is the European network for occupational safety and health experts involved in standardization, testing/certification and/or related research.

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