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The next Eurogip Discussions (“Les Débats d’EUROGIP”) will be held on 2 March 2017 in Paris. They will address the subject of the economic impact – in the broadest sense – of occupational risk prevention in Europe.
The aim of this conference, that Eurogip has organized each year since 2003, is to cast a European spotlight on a topical issue. Speakers from various countries and Community bodies will discuss the question of the return on investment in risk prevention, but also more generally the economic impact that risk prevention may have at the corporate level, for the occupational injury and disease insurance organization, on the labour market, on society, etc.
A preliminary programme will be posted online from 15 December 2016.
Jointly organized by five major FP7 projects NANOSOLUTIONS, SUN, NanoMILE, GUIDEnano, and eNanoMapper, the conference aims at presenting the main results achieved in the course of the projects fostering a discussion about their impact in the nanosafety field and possibilities for future research programmes.
All of us at EUROGIP wish you a Happy New Year 2017.
Take care of your health and safety at work!
In a robotized world, what place for human work? All nomadic workers? France: a service economy? These questions will be the focus of the long-range planning workshop on the consequences for health and safety of production systems and methods in 2040.
The conference will be held in Paris on Wednesday 23 November 2016. It is being organized by the French national research and safety institute INRS (Institut national de recherche et de sécurité pour la prévention des accidents du travail et des maladies professionnelles) together with the French Parliament.
To obtain access to the conference (in French), which will take place in the French Parliament, it is essential to register before 10 November.
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Eurofound will present its sixth European Working Conditions Survey at a conference in Brussels organised jointly with the European Parliament Committee on Employment and Social Affairs. The pan-European survey covers more than 43,000 face-to-face interviews with workers in 35 European countries. It maps changes in work over time and provides the first comprehensive image of job quality in Europe since the Great Recession. Its aim is to help policymakers improve working conditions and share evidence on people’s everyday scenarios at work.