Industry leaders move on safety

Creevy, Jennifer
September 1998
Marketing Event;Sep98, p8
Announces that events marketing industry's leading companies are meeting with the Health and Safety Executive in 1998 to standardize health and safety regulations for shows throughout Great Britain. Comment from Euan Russell, vice chairman of the Exhibition Venues Association (EVA); Significance of the conference.


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