January 2023: What’s new in OHS standardisation?

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As part of its occupational health and safety (OHS) standardisation activities, EUROGIP monitors newly published texts or work in progress at European (CEN) or international (ISO) level.

Cableway installations, workplace air, respiratory protection equipment, vibrations, acoustics, etc. Find out about all the normative work in the January 2023 issue.

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High temperatures at work: guidelines for workplaces

Heat stress is a risk for workers, both indoors and outdoors, and in all sectors of activity. A new guide from EU-OSHA, available in 22 languages, offers employers and workers practical ways - both organizational and technical - to mitigate, manage and train for this occupational risk, which is all the more important with climate change.