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Climate Change and Regulation in International and Regional Level, Especially the Built Environment

://unfccc.int/files/essential_background/convention/background/application/pdf/convention_text_with_annexes_english_for_posting.pdf . [11] Kyoto Protocol: http://unfccc.int/kyoto_protocol [12] 2006/944/EC Comission Decision of 14. December 2006. determining the respective emission levels allocated to the Community and each of its Member States under the Kyoto Protocol pursuant to Council Decision 2002/358/EC.16.12.2006. Official Journal of the European Union L 358/87. [13] Communication from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committe of the Regions: Limiting Global Climate Change to 2 degrees Celsius The way

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Advancing Opportunities in Renewable Energy Production

REFERENCES [1] A lmási L., B onda B., G erse P., H artmann B., H egedűs Z., H olló G., T alamon A., V ágó T., V okony I.: HYPE report 2013 – Renewables/Energy/Planning/Policy http :// www . wec . hu / wp - content / uploads /2013/10/WEC_HYPE_ report _2013. pdf [2] M emorandum E uropean C ommission D irectorate -G eneral E nergy and T ransport – Energy policy and the enlargement of the European Union http :// www . europarl . europa . eu / enlargement / briefings /43 a 1_ en . htm [3] M inistry of R ural D evelopmnet H

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Food Safety Legislation Regarding Of Aflatoxins Contamination

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Quality Assurance Systems in Education and Training in Europe

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Member States have a duty to compare and learn more about the national education and professional training. The objectives of this paper were to identify specific characteristics, developments and highlighting key priorities in coordinating the development of specific quality assurance processes in the European Union.

The aim of this work was to present the quality assurance systems in vocational education and training systems in the Member States of the European Union.

The results were to identify the extent to which national initiatives of EU member States show interest in the quality of education.

Data from research can be useful in developing strategic sector development programs, and local schools

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Low-carbon Building Innovation Trends and Policy Pespectives in Hungary between 2020 and 2030

REFERENCES [1] B orkent , B., O’K eeffe , S., N eelis , M., G ilbert , A., Costs and Effectiveness of Domestic Offset Schemes, Final report. Ecofys, London, 2012. URL: http://www.ecofys.com/files/files/ecofys-2012-cost-and-effectiveness-of-domestic-offset-schemes.pdf [2] F orster , D., O kamura , S., W ilkins , G., M orris , M., S cott , P., K uikman , P., L esschen , J., P., G ardiner , A., B oermans , T., G rözinger , J., E ichhammer , W., R eichardt , K. (2012): Next phase of the European Climate Change Programme: Analysis of Member States

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Development and Subsidization Possibilities for Efficient Energy Provision in the Hungarian Built Environment Within the 2021-2030 EU Programming Period

): NER300: Lessons learnt in attempting to secure CCS in Europe. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, November 2013, Vol. 19, pp. 19-25. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijggc.2013.08.009 [4] Darby S. (2010): Smart metering: what potential for householder engagement? Building Research & Information, Special Issue: Housing occupancy feedback: linking behaviours and performance, Vol. 38, Issue 5, pp. 442-457. DOI: 10.1080/09613218.2010.492660 [5] Farhangi H. (2010): The path of the smart grid. IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, Vol. 8, Issue 1, pp

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Noise As A Risk Factor In The Preparation Of Useful Mineral Substances

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Noise from industrial activities is a major problem because of its noxious and its presence in all technological activities. The coal preparation activity from industry, in the presence of risks of exposure to noise, is affecting the health and safety of workers. Occupational hearing loss and deafness caused by exposure to noise at work are the most encountered illnesses occurring in the European Union. This paper examines the main sources of noise in coal preparation technological process and their effects on the human factor.

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Operationalization Of The Professional Risks Assessment Activity

References [1]. Badri, A., Gbodossou, A., Nadeau, S., Occupational health and safety risks: Towards the integration into project management. Safety science, 50(2), 190-198, (2012). [2]. Erickson, P. A., Practical Guide to Occupational Health and Safety, Elsevier, (2003). [3]. ESENER, Analysis of the determinants of workplace occupational safety and health practice in a selection of EU Member States, (2013), On line at: https://osha.europa.eu/en/esener-enterprise-survey/enterprise-survey-esener . [4]. EU-OSHA, European Agency for Safety

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Aspects Concerning The Rules And The Investigation Of Traffic Accidents As Work Accidents

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When Romania joined the European Union, it was imposed that the Romanian legislation in the field of the security and health at work be in line with the European one. The concept of health as it is defined by the International Body of Health, refers to a good physical, mental and social condition. The improvement of the activity of preventing the traffic accidents as work accidents must have as basis the correct and accurate evaluation of risks of getting injured. The goal of the activity of prevention and protection is to ensure the best working conditions, the prevention of accidents and occupational diseases and the adjustment to the scientific and technological progress. In the road transport sector, as in any other sector, it is very important to pay attention to working conditions to ensure a workforce motivated and well qualified. Some features make it a more difficult sector risk management than other sectors. However, if one takes into account how it works in practice this sector and the characteristics of drivers and how they work routinely, risks, dangers and threats can be managed efficiently and with great success.

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Methodological Aspects Regarding The Organizational Stress Analysis

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