The EUROGIP Annual Report 2023 is online

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The year 2023 was marked by significant achievements in our fields of action, which are presented in the annual report published today.

This is an opportunity to (re)discover EUROGIP, the reference body of the French Assurance Maladie – Risques professionnels, dedicated to European and even international issues relating to accidents at work and occupational diseases in their various components: prevention, insurance, statistics.

Monitoring, comparative studies, information, European projects, standardisation in the field of health and safety at work, official certification of machinery and personal protective equipment, external relations: EUROGIP presents its work and achievements in the fields of best practices, regulatory and technical developments, exchanges and cooperation, etc.

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