Silhouette of men


TTIP and possible impacts for occupational injury insurance

Home > The news of EUROGIP and occupational risks in Europe > TTIP and possible impacts for occupational injury insurance

For some, it represents a hope of extraordinary economic growth. For others, it means the dismantling of public services. Now, in negotiations that are confidential it is very hard to measure what impact the agreement will have on social matters and in particular on occupational injury and disease insurance. There is no doubt that it will have impacts on occupational safety and health (OSH) standardization and certification. This is the conclusion that EUROGIP stands in this note.

Download the note

Discover other news



ITALY: provisional assessment of work-related accidents in 2022

According to the provisional data it has just published, INAIL observes between January and December 2022 a 25.7% increase in the number of accident reports (697,773). The number of fatal accidents is decreasing, despite an increase in commuting fatalities, compared to 2021.