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December 2021: What’s new in OSH standardisation?

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EUROGIP monitors newly published texts or work in progress at European (CEN) or international (ISO) level in the field of occupational health and safety (OHS) standardisation.

In this context, it publishes the results in a new What’s new in OSH standardisation” for December 2021, for example concerning standards for woodworking machinery, foodstuffs, road construction, etc.

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