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November 2021: What’s new in OSH standardization?

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Standards publications, new work items in the standardisation programmes and consultations at European (CEN) or international (ISO) level: EUROGIP tells you all about the occupational health and safety (OSH) standardisation activity for the month of April.

As standards are the result of a consensus between stakeholders, do not hesitate, if you are interested in the subject, to take a stand and participate.

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