ECHA is the driving force among regulatory authorities in implementing the EU's groundbreaking chemicals legislation for the benefit of human health and the environment as well as for innovation and competitiveness. ECHA helps companies to comply with the legislation, advances the safe use of chemicals, provides information on chemicals and addresses chemicals of concern.
The ECHA-term terminology database was conceived as a dynamic database to be updated constantly by experts in the field and linguists. Feedback from users will also be taken into account as an additional validation mechanism.
ECHA-term contains terminology from:
REACH RegulationCLP Regulation (terms, hazard and precautionary statements)ECHA Guidance documents (terms and descriptors)GHS hazard pictogramsSubstances of Very High ConcernBiocidal Products Regulation
reegle - the clean energy info portal provides country energy profiles including key statistics, policies and actors, a clean energy web search, a directory of relevant key actors and a map search of energy statistics and potentials
The Speech Repository is an e-learning tool developed by DG Interpretation to help improve the quality of conference interpreter training.
This vast collection of speeches, on varying subjects and with different styles, contains real-life speeches which have been collected from national institutions and international organisations. It also contains recordings of training material, i.e. speeches delivered by experienced EU interpreters and university trainers. These speeches are tailored specifically to the needs of student interpreters for practice in consecutive and simultaneous modes and are adapted to the different stages of their training path.
The Speech Repository covers all 24 official EU languages, the languages of the Candidate Countries, plus Russian, Arabic and Chinese.
The Courts of the Member States of the European Union is aimed at legal professionals, academics, students and companies as well as at individuals increasingly faced with the delocalisation of disputes.
This work, intended to offer the reader an overview of the courts and procedures of justice in Europe, describes the court systems of each of the 27 Member States of the European Union.
In addition, it includes a diagrammatic presentation of the national courts and specific bibliographical references.
Until recently merely a tool for use within the Court of Justice of the European Union, this guide is now disseminated to the general public in order to share information which has only rarely been presented all together.
EU Interinstitutional Document Search These are resources from EU Institutions of interest to translators. This page is updated regularly. Please send us your feedback. Note that the links marked with an inverted bullet ( ◘ ) are intended for staff of the institution to which the link belongs and might not work for users outside …
"For each EU Member State, plus three candidate countries, it provides English terms and translations. Most of the individual country sections contain a general introduction and parts on geography, judicial bodies and legal instruments (Germany also has a further section on administrative divisions and there are additional notes about Belgium). The tables provided show terms in the original language on the left and suggested English translations on the right. General guidance on the translation of geographical names, illustrated by specific examples, can also be found in the English Style Guide."
The EMIRE database is the online version of the European Employment and Industrial Relations Glossaries, which explain the national industrial relations systems of the EU member states through their terminology.
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