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Members of ENETOSH

Belgium

National Network

European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW)

The European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW) is the European Industry Federation for the construction industry, the building materials industry, the wood and furniture industry and the forestry industry. The EFBWW has 68 affiliated unions in 27 countries and represents a total of 2,350,000 members. The EFBWW is a member organisation of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) and has its headquarter in Brussels, the capital of Europe.
The Federation's main task is to represent its affiliates in Europe and help them defend the rights and interests of the workers in the industries it covers.

EFBWW established a working group on education and training in the construction and the woodworking sectors and offered ENETOSH a platform within this group to regularly inform about the network activities.

EFBWW together with their counter part FIEC were members of the Advisory Board of the ENETOSH project, funded by the European Commission, and represented the social partners of the construction sector at European level within the project. Both encouraged the network even before the project was approved by the European commission.
Contact

European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW)

Rue Royale 45,
1st floor
1000 Brussels
Belgium
+32 2 - 2271040

Contact person:

Rolf Gehring

European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE)

The European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE) is an Industry Federation within the European Trade Union Confederation and an autonomous organisation within the Education International Pan-European Structure. More than 100 Unions, institutions and organizations from 31 different European countries are members of this committee. ETUCE organizes and runs several projects on European level, for example on work-related stress, violence at work, violence and harassment (and cyber-harassment) at schools, gender equality in the education sector and a "European eLearning Forum for Education" (ELFE).
In June 2010 the ETUCE and the European Federation of Education Employers (EFEE) started the European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee in Education which has got Health and Safety issues as a priority topic on the joint agenda
Contact

European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE)

Bd. Du Roi Albert II, 5
B-1210  Brussels
Belgium
+32 2 224 06 36

Contact person:

Susan Flocken

More information:

Martina DiRidolfo
martina.diridolfo@csee-etuce.org

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