Impact of PEROSH’ Waste Workers joint research project

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Last year a joint research project of PEROSH was finalized with a publication on its results. Under the coordination of Anne Mette Madsen from our Danish member NFA, the project was implemented. The article can be found here on the project webpage and of course in our repository.

NFA continued its research in this field. The Danish Working Environment Authority gladly used the research results to produce an informative webpage, posters, tools and videos on these risks for waste workers collecting bio waste. Have a look at their website and use a translation tool or start practicing your Danish.

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Anne Mette Madsen, NFA
AMM@nfa.dk

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