List of past events


EUROGIP Discussions 2018 “Digital and OS&H in Europe”, 15 March 2018, Paris (France)

The programme of the next EUROGIP Discussions that will take place on 15 March 2018 and will focus on Digital transformation and health and safety at work in Europe – Challenges and opportunities is published.

The digital transformation is changing our daily lives, from a personal or professional point of view. What is its impact on health and safety at work? While this aspect is still rarely dealt with, it will be at the heart of our next European Discussions.

The roundtables will address various aspects: the influence of ICTs onwork organization, the opportunities offered by the digital technologyto prevent occupational risks, the insurance against occupational injuries of digital platform workers, the point of view of European social partners…

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Raphaël Haeflinger, Director of EUROGIP, and the whole team wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year in 2018!

At end-January, watch for the first Eurogip Infos issue of the year discussing occupational risks in Europe, and on 15 March 2018 the EUROGIP Discussions on the theme of “Digital economy and OS&H in Europe: Challenges and opportunities”.


ETUI conference – Work and cancer, 14-15 November 2017, Brussels (Belgium)

The conference will focus on cancer related to work and will bring together the stakeholders (social partners, policy makers, academics, etc.) to take stock of what is being done and what is needed at EU level to prevent occupational cancers. The revision of the current EU legislation, the role of occupational exposure limit values, the human, societal and economic costs of work-related cancer and the emerging risks to reproductive health will be amongst the topics on the agenda.

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Work, Stress and Health 2017, 7-10 juin 2017, Minneapolis (USA)

Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities

Convened by the American Psychological Association, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and the Society for Occupational Health Psychology.

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