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EUROGIP published its 2013 Annual Report

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RA EUROGIP2013 EN-1Highlights of activity EUROGIP in 2013 through its centers of action: Surveys on occupational injuries in Europe, EU founded projetcts, Monitoring and Information on occupational injuries in Europe, Public Relations and Communication, Standardization in Occupational Health and Safety, Coordination of “Machinery” and “PPE” Notified Bodies

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