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International Information Industry Award 2005

by Nicolas Bossut last modified 2008-05-19 15:01

The EU safety and health portal (OSHA) built on Plone receives the International Information Industry Award 2005

The International Information Industry Awards are organised by Online Information 2005 and Information World Review. These prestigious awards offer the chance for the global industry to recognise the achievements of information management projects. The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (OSHA) has been awarded in the category "Innovation in content management".

'We are very pleased at this important recognition as the website is our major communication channel' said Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, Director of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work. 'It has been designed to offer the best possible support to a growing number of workplaces that are concerned about safety and health and need practical information to address their risks'.

The Agency's website, based on the most advanced Internet technology, Plone, acts as a gateway to an ever-increasing amount of safety and health information for people with an interest in safety and health at work such as workers, employers, practitioners and experts. Starting at the Agency's home page easily navigated links connect to 31 national websites maintained by the Agency's Focal Points in EU member states, candidate and EFTA countries, as well as international partner organisations.

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