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EEMUA - Representing Essential Business

12/05/2020 15:54:35

The phrase, “essential work”, has become more widely used recently. As the COVID-19 pandemic has closed economies around the world, “essential work” has continued. Of course, frontline healthcare staff have been rightly praised for their response. Our minds have also been more focussed than in the past on the less recognised “essential workers”; those involved in the logistics behind getting food from field to fork – from farm workers to lorry drivers to store staff –  as well as the refuse collectors, the care home workers, and many others who society has all too often allowed to fade into the background.
 
But for EEMUA it has highlighted the role of a group of workers we have always recognised as essential; our Member employees.

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2020 Vision

17/12/2019 11:20:47

As we approach the end of 2019, Stefan Kukula, EEMUA's Chief Executive, reflects on what has been another busy and successful year for the Association.
 

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Working for Our Members

30/09/2019 12:00:10

With Brexit fast approaching, Chief Executive Stefan Kukula profiles EEMUA as the “Voice of the User”, ensuring the engineering truths in operating potentially hazardous industrial sites are not forgotten.
 

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The EEMUA Glossary – back for another term

10/07/2019 10:41:44

Chemical engineering student Jamie Eost reflects on his summer internship with EEMUA.
 

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Where business systems meet process control systems; the cyber security weak spot

09/04/2019 14:45:47

Edward Kessler looks forward to EEMUA’s annual Cyber Security Seminar being held on 23 May 2019 in Birmingham, UK.
 

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