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.
EUROGIP has for instance produced a guide for the European Commission to better understand and apply Directive 92/57/EEC "temporary or mobile building sites" or participated in the "joint action" on the Promotion of Mental Health work coordinated by the Federal Association of German health insurance organizations (BKK) on behalf of the European Commission.
- Performing services on behalf of organizations who have replied to bids. This configuration is the most common.
EUROGIP, requested by the German GVG, won as part of a consortium of European call for tenders by the European Commission to prepare a report on the systems of occupational diseases in the EU/EFTA/EEA countries. The project was designed to determine the impact of the European list of occupational diseases on the national systems in 29 countries, presenting examples of good prevention practices and developping scenarios for the future of the list.
- Assisting the Occupational Injury Branch (CNAMTS/INRS/CARSAT) in the installation folder for submission of tenders.
In early 2016, with its German partner Kooperationsstelle Hamburg IFE, Eurogip won a European Commission tender (DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion) to create and develop a structural model for designing and implementing a European information system in the area of occupational safety and health. The model will be online at https//osha.europa.eu/.