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From November 2017 until the end of January 2018, several new regulations of interest to industry were adopted or published in Europe. Noted below are many of these significant regulatory developments.
- Updated requirements for drinking water suppliers published- 11-Dec- 2017 
- Updated requirements for escape routes and emergency exits adopted- 08-Nov-2017 
- FEDERAL: companies transporting dangerous goods (except explosives and radioactive substances) by rail must comply with the Royal Order of 2017- 27-Nov-2017 
- FLEMISH REGION: Ecological investments that are earned back in a period of less than 3 years are not eligible for subsidy of the Flemish Government- 23-Nov-2017 
- Certificate of training for safety advisers for transport of dangerous goods by sea and inland waterways issued in new template- 28-Nov-2017 
- Companies employing contractors and temporary workers no longer required to submit annual declaration if no changes to previously reported information- 05-Dec-2017