Eog Reports Successful Lobbying On Ice Tools In Brussels

The European Outdoor Group has managed to convince the European Commission that ice tools should be considered personal protective equipment (PPE). For unknown reasons, the Commission had refused to accept ice tools as PPE for more than three years. The refusal led to a postponed revision of the EN 13089 ...

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