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International Conference on Road Safety at Work

2 October 2008

Road traffic crashes are a leading cause of workplace death, injury, and disability in many countries around the world. The International Conference on Road Safety at Work, organized by the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and co-sponsors, will provide a forum for business, labour, policy makers, and the research community to address this important topic.

Further details and on-line registration available here.

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