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October 2018: What’s new in health and safety at work standardization?

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New standards publications, new works, registration of new subjects or comity creations… Below is the result of the monitoring that EUROGIP does, as part of its standardization activity in health and safety at work.

Download the “What’s new in OSH Standardization?” of October 2018

To find out more, please write to Saphia Fortassi, fortassi@eurogip.fr

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