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Organizations relating to Signs and Labels
Global Ecolabelling Network / Atlantic Beach FL, USA / Est. 1994
International Association of European Manufacturers of Glass Beads for Safety Road Markings and Other Industrial Purposes / Fleurus, Belgium / Est. 1980
Labologists Society / Herne Bay, UK / Est. 1958
ISEAL Alliance / London, UK / Est. 2002
International Association for Textile Care Labelling / Clichy, France / Est. 1956
Protocol on Road Signs and Signals / Est. 1949
Central American Agreement on Uniform Road Signs / Est. 1958
Agreement Concerning Maritime Signals / Est. 1930
Convention Concerning the Unification of Road Signals / Est. 1931
IOAS / Dickinson ND, USA / Est. 1997
FINAT / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1958
QUALANOD / Zurich, Switzerland / Est. 1974
European Flexographic Industry Association / Leeds, UK / Est. 1972
United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods and on the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1953
Agreement on Signs for Road Works / Est. 1955
European Agreement Supplementing the 1949 Convention on Road Traffic and the 1949 Protocol on Road Signs and Signals / Est. 1950
Convention Relating to the Distribution of Programme-carrying Signals Transmitted by Satellite / Paris, France / Est. 1974
Convention on Road Signs and Signals / Est. 1968
European Agreement Supplementing the Convention on Road Signs and Signals / Est. 1971
Asociación Latinoamericana de la Industria del Letrero / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 2008
CLASP / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1999
World Problems relating to Signs and LabelsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Action Strategies relating to Signs and LabelsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
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