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A new animated film in the Napo series on risks related to road transport

Home > The news of EUROGIP and occupational risks in Europe > A new animated film in the Napo series on risks related to road transport

In his latest film, the Napo character presents some of the risks faced by professional drivers.
This film adopts a light-hearted approach to issues such as maintenance, severe weather conditions, or the use of substitute solutions for driving when the situation so requires. It emphasizes the importance of good planning and good preparation, including with regard to goods’ loading safety, planning the most efficient route and allowing for a sufficient lapse of time to perform a trip in safe conditions.

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