Last chance to register for the EUROGIP Discussions on 5 April 2022

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Register for free to make sure you don’t miss any of the EUROGIP European conference (“Les Débats d’EUROGIP”) on 5 April. They will focus on the challenges to be met in the field of health and safety in a rapidly changing world of work.

The conference will be held in a digital version. It will bring together many occupational health and safety stakeholders involved in these developments at the European level and representing:

Simultaneous translation into French and English will be provided. Registration is free of charge, but is mandatory via our website.

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