EUROGIP is to launch a web series on occupational risks in Europe

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Many of you have taken part in the EUROGIP Discussions since they were launched in 2003. The aim of this annual conference was to provide a European perspective on occupational risks in relation to a topical issue: the changing world of work, work-related mental diseases, financial incentives for prevention, digital technology, etc. With the same objective in mind, EUROGIP is preparing to launch a series of videos on the Internet.

Since the health crisis, it has been harder to fit face-to-face conferences into the new – and busy – landscape of webinars and videoconferences. Our aim is to give you a new rendez-vous with the news on occupational risk prevention and insurance in Europe, in a short format designed to :

  • demystify and turn conventional wisdom on its head,
  • decipher, preferring the explanatory and the concrete,
  • zoom out, to go beyond the national and contextual framework.

Through facts, figures and concrete examples of the situation in other European countries or at EU level, we hope to give you the keys to putting what we know in France into perspective.

On our YouTube channel you will soon find a No. 0 explaining our project and, by the end of the year, the first episode featuring William Cockburn Salazar, who has just been confirmed as Executive Director of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, EU-OSHA.

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