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The next EUROGIP Discussions will be held on 20 March 2014 in Paris and will focus on the devices set up in Europe to encourage companies to prevent occupational risks.
The representatives from various European “work accidents and occupational diseases” insurance organisations will present examples of financial incentives and complementary actions (awareness-raising or inspection campaigns, non-binding guides, labels, etc.) aiming at improving health and safety at work.

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