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Machines and plants for human and environmental safety: Safety systems for people and things such as firefighting equipment, personal protective equipment, safes, security locks, etc..
World reference fair for fire safety and protection.
MAG JLT & PARTNERS organizes an in-depth WORKSHOP "RC ENVIRONMENTAL - A CURRENT PROBLEM A DEDICATED SOLUTION" to be held in BOLOGNA on Tuesday 12 June 2018.
We will talk about responsible management of environmental emergency, pollution risk, management responsible for corporate communication.
An ANIMA member is expected to intervene.
The event is free, upon registration (email@example.com).
Number of limited places,
ICE - Agency with the support of trade associations SOUL / UCOMESA and UNACEA - organizes the Participation
Italian Collective at the "Saudi Build 2018" fair scheduled in Riyadh from 22 to 25 October 2018.
WHY TO PARTICIPATE
In the entire Middle Eastern region, Saudi Arabia is the largest producer and consumer of building materials with a sector contribution to GDP of 7%, second only to the oil industry.
ICE-Agency, as part of the 2018 promotional activity in favor of the environmental technologies and renewable energy supply chain, it organizes one Italian collective participation at the 10 ^ edition of the Pollutec Maroc 2018 trade fair, dedicated to environmental technologies and renewable energy, which will take place at the OFEC - Foire Internationale de Casablanca from 2 to 5 October 2018.
The European Chemicals Agency has made available a guide on restrictive conditions relating to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), present in plastic and rubber parts of a wide range of consumer items, in particular, present as impurities in some raw materials used in the production of such articles (including diluting oils and carbon black).
The European Commission has recently published the second report on the functioning of the Regulation (EC) no. 1907 / 2006 'REACH', as the result of an evaluation that, based on the principles of the so-called better regulation, had as its guiding principles 5 criteria: effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, consistency and added value.