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Working safer with construction machines

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A protocol agreement between the Committee for European Construction Equipment (CECE), the European Federation of Building and Wood Workers (EFBWW) and the European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC) reflects their joint understanding on health and safety aspects in the design and use of construction machinery.

This text is the result of a two-year project entitled “Working safer with construction machines – A multipartite approach”, carried out with financial aid from the European Commission.

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