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Take part in the international survey on MSDs: Prevention, rehabilitation and reintegration

Home > The news of EUROGIP and occupational risks in Europe > Take part in the international survey on MSDs: Prevention, rehabilitation and reintegration

The “Health” Committee of the International Social Security Association (ISSA) is conducting a vast survey on the approaches adopted by various countries with regard to work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), whether for prevention, rehabilitation or reintegration to encourage retention in employment and/or a return to their original job.

All the stakeholders (injury insurance organizations, re-education centres and their therapists, industrial doctors, human resource departments, professional federations, trade unions, companies, etc.) who are faced with these issues directly or indirectly are invited to answer the ISSA questionnaire before 15 December 2016.

The ISSA undertakes to disclose the results of this survey to those who request it by writing to

Please don’t hesitate to invite anyone who could take part to answer the questionnaire, which is available in French, German and English.

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