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EUROGIP Report on Working in extreme heat and heatwaves translated partially into Japanese

Home > The news of EUROGIP and occupational risks in Europe > EUROGIP Report on Working in extreme heat and heatwaves translated partially into Japanese

Following the publication of EUROGIP report: “Working in extreme heat and heatwaves: what legislation and preventive measures at international level?”, Masayoshi Karasawa, Licensed Occupational Hygiene Consultant and Adviser in the Division of International Affairs at the Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association (JISHA), offered to translate the abstract into Japanese.

Thanks to him, we hope this will contribute to promote our work abroad in regions further afield than the EU and raising awareness of the rules governing work in hot weather.

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