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ECCS is the ONLY organisation which brings together the Steel Industry, the Fabricators and Contracting specialists, and the academic world through an international network of construction representatives, steel producers, and technical centres.
ECCS is a federation of 18 national associations of steel constructors as full members. it gathers also associate and supporting members, and since recently company members. This will help a closer cooperation with upstream and downstream players such as architects, civil engineers and companies related to steel construction to seat around the table for the benefit of the whole industry and to enhance discussions between researchers and the industry.
ECCS is a fully service oriented and not-for-profit-organisation.
ECCS has a long history. It was inaugurated in Zürich in 1955, in parallel with the creation of the European Community for Coal and Steel. The Convention became then the ideal platform for the promotion and research of the European Constructional Steelwork industry and paved the way of the present-day European codes and standards through the creation of Technical Committees of experts.
The passionate history of the European Convention is told in a publication relating the whole history of the Institution itself but also the committees, technical and promotional, which founded today’s codes and also the men and women who, all over their careers and research work, largely contributed to the development of the sector.”
For over 80 years, ACGIH® has been respected for its dedication to the industrial hygiene and occupational and environmental health and safety communities. We have grown and expanded without losing sight of our original goal – to encourage the interchange of experience among industrial hygiene workers and to collect and make accessible such information and data as might be of aid to them in the proper fulfillment of their duties. This original goal is reflected in both our current mission – the advancement of occupational and environmental health – and in our tagline: Defining Science for OEHS Experts.
This scientific information and data are provided to members and others in the industry through ACGIH® and AIHA’s monthly peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (JOEH), and our professional conferences and seminars, as well as through our vast list of technical and scientific publications, including the renowned TLVs® and BEIs® book.
Le Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment, CSTB, est une entreprise publique à caractère industriel et commercial (EPIC), au service de ses clients et de l’intérêt général.
Il a pour ambition d’imaginer les bâtiments et la ville de demain en accompagnant et sécurisant les projets de construction et de rénovation durable, pour améliorer la qualité de vie de leurs usagers, en anticipant les effets du changement climatique. Il rassemble pour cela des compétences pluridisciplinaires et exerce 5 activités clés : la recherche et expertise, l'évaluation, la certification, les essais et la diffusion des connaissances. Son champ de compétences couvre les produits de construction, les bâtiments et leur intégration dans le quartier et la ville.