EUROGIP publishes its Annual Report 2022

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In its recently published Annual Report 2022, EUROGIP gives a brief overview of its activities and presents the highlights of the year according to its business lines, all of which have occupational health and safety or occupational risk insurance in Europe as their common denominator:

  • Studies and surveys
  • European projects
  • Information & monitoring
  • External relations & communication
  • Standardisation in occupational health and safety
  • Coordination of notified bodies for personal protective equipment and machinery

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