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European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi)

European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi)

Aleksandar Jovanovic

CEO

"EU-VRi is offering support in the EU-OSHA campaign 'Healthy Workplaces manage stress' by contributing to innovative and safe technology development not only through its activities in research projects and networking events."

Type of organisation:
Research
Business sector:
Risk Governance / Industrial Safety
Mission statement:
European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi) is the European organization which provides professional services, consulting, information and education needed in the broad area of modern integrated risk management and, in particular, management of emerging risks. EU-VRi has been legally established in Nov. 2006 by 5 founding members (BZF, INERIS, Steinbeis, Technologica, and University of Stuttgart). EU-VRi is organized as a European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) and its purpose is to facilitate or develop the economic activities of its members by a pooling of resources, activities or skills. The activities of the EEIG are related to the economic activities of its members and the main goal of the EEIG is to add value to the businesses of the EU-VRi members. In addition, EU-VRi facilitates the mobility of researchers between research and industry, and it acts as a vehicle to create efficient consortia to address the R&D needs and other needs of industry. In 2014 about 55 companies from the EU and other countries are associated members. They come from industry, R&D organizations and academia, governmental and non-governmental/international organizations and SMEs (small and medium enterprises). Among other activities, EU-VRi is acting as operating agent for the European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety (ETPIS, http://www.industrialsafety-tp.org/) and very much engaged in promoting safer workplaces.
URL:
http://www.eu-vri.eu
Our Campaign Pledge:

EU-VRi will make use of its large network with over 55 member organizations and will communicate and promote the campaign topic within education and training activities carried out by EU-VRi and its members/partners, at regional, national, European and international events organized or co-organized by EU-VRi and via electronic communication channels.

European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi)

Willi-Bleicher-Strasse 19

70174 Stuttgart

Germany

info@eu-vri.eu

http://www.eu-vri.eu

Tel: +49 711 1839 781

Fax: +49 711 1839 685

Contact Persons

Aleksandar Jovanovic

Health and Safety Representative

Michael Löscher


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