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EUROGIP Discussions 2019: discover the programme and the speakers

Home > The news of EUROGIP and occupational risks in Europe > EUROGIP Discussions 2019: discover the programme and the speakers

The “EUROGIP Discussions” on 21 March 2019 (in Paris) will focus on the theme “Occupational health and safety: What levers for a culture of prevention in the workplace?

They will make it possible to share approaches and experiences in order to give the highest priority to the principle of prevention internationally, among our European neighbours (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Italy) and at the heart of French companies in various sectors of activity and workforce.

Despite 30 years of continuous decline in the frequency of accidents at work, the remaining claims rate is increasingly difficult to control. In parallel with prevention actions, mainly by risk, technical, financial and support solutions are developed to encourage the implementation of a culture of prevention of occupational risks.

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