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New report on financial incentives

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CVE 89FEUROGIP has published a new report entitled “Incitations financières à la prévention des risques professionnels – une étude sur 7 pays européens : Allemagne, Belgique, Espagne, Italie, Luxembourg, Pays-Bas et Royaume-Uni » (Financial incentives for the prevention of occupational risks – a survey on 7 European countries: Germany, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom). Contribution increases, grants, penalties, tools, financial assistance, etc. EUROGIP studied these devices in seven European countries: Germany, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The devices studied take into account the number of accidents at work of the companies or the improvements the latter could bring in the field of health and safety at work. The aim of this survey carried out for CNAMTS is not to analyze the respective merits of the various devices but to understand the way they operate.

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The next EUROGIP Discussions, which will be held on 20 March 2014 in Paris, will focus on this topic.

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