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OSH standardization

EUROGIP coordinates and oversees the work of “standardization” experts from French Occupational Injury Insurance. The standard is a tool for prevention that helps to improve health and safety in the workplaces of tomorrow. It does so by allowing the incorporation of safety into design phase of products. This is why the Occupational Injury Branch involves...
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This activity consists of: Responding to calls for tenders or European proposals, coordinating French and foreign experts, following up with the customer and delivering the finished product. Performing services on behalf of organizations who have replied to bids. This configuration is the most common. Assisting the Occupational Injury Branch (CNAM/INRS/CARSAT-CRAMIF) in the installation folder for...
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Monitoring and information

Health and safety at work, prevention of occupational risks, insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases… Monitoring and information on these subjects at the European level are essential components of our mission. The aim is to make relevant data or information available and thus share knowledge. EUROGIP relies on a large network of foreign...
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Who are we?

EUROGIP is an observatory and a resource centre on questions relating to the insurance and prevention of accidents at work and occupational diseases at international, and in particular European, level. It is a key player in this field, with no equivalent in Europe. Formed in 1991 as part of the “Occupational injuries Branch” of the...
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EUROGIP is both an observatory and a resource centre on best practices for occupational injury prevention and insurance on the international level and especially in Europe. Learn more
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November 2021: What’s new in OSH standardization?

Standards publications, new work items in the standardisation programmes and consultations at European (CEN) or international (ISO) level about the occupational health and safety (OSH) standardisation activity for the month of November 2021.

Community news


MSDs: prevention from an early age

Faced with a high prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) among children and young workers, EU-OSHA has identified through the literature the main risk factors and the preventive measures put in place.



NETHERLANDS: A campaign to encourage employers to assess risks

“Less absenteeism, fewer complaints, more job satisfaction? As an entrepreneur, take the first step towards a healthier and safer working environment for your employees.” This is the slogan of a campaign launched at the end of October by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.

Community news, Covid-19 News


Covid-19, telework and OHS

In a new report, EU-OSHA takes stock of occupational safety and health related to telework and in particular the increased risk of psychosocial disorders and musculoskeletal disorders in the face of the unprecedented spread of this form of work organisation following the Covid-19 pandemic.


EUROGIP Discussions 2019 – “OSH: what levers for a culture of prevention in the workplace?”, 21 March 2019, Paris (France)

The EUROGIP Discussions (“Les Débats d’EUROGIP”) on 21 March 2019 will take stock of international, national and sectoral approaches in this area.

The contributors will present different actions as the support provided by occupational injury and health insurers in Germany, Austria, Italy, France and Denmark, the financial incentives provided as well as the occupational health and safety management standards. Companies from different sizes and sectors of activity will share their practices in favour of a culture of prevention.

Simultaneous translation French / English will be provided

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REGISTER: The next EUROGIP Discussions will be held on 21 March 2019

The 2019 EUROGIP Discussions (“Les Débats d’EUROGIP”) will be held on Thursday 21 March in Paris, on the theme of “Occupational health and safety: what levers for a culture of prevention at the workplace?”.

They will permit a review of what is meant by “culture of prevention” on the international, national and sector levels, and a description of examples of systems applied by our Italian, Austrian and German neighbours, such as financial incentives, guidance for SMEs and guidelines to help companies improve occupational safety and health.

Companies of all sizes and in different sectors of activity will give a first-hand account of their practices in favour of a culture of prevention.

Programme forthcoming in early December, and registration online on www.eurogip.fr


“Wellbeing at Work in a changing world: challenges and opportunities”, 22-24 May 2019, Paris (France)

Fifth International Conference on Wellbeing at Work hosted by French National Research and Safety Institute (INRS) and organised with the support of Partnership for European Research in Occupational Safety and Health (PEROSH) and its Wellbeing and Work Project Group.

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“Standardization for Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials for safer products, production and uses”, 2 October 2018, Brussels

CEN/TC 352 “Nanotechnologies” is proud to announce the 3rd open meeting on “Standardization for Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials for safer products, production and uses”, organized in Brussels on 2nd October 2018.

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