The EUROGIP publications are mainly related to the comparative surveys it performs: recognition of diseases caused by PSR or asbestos, statistical reviews of occupational injuries, prevention of occupational deintegration, etc. EUROGIP also publishes a newsletter, EUROGIP Infos, the proceedings of its Discussions and institutional documents (EUROGIP Annual Report, Report on the “standardization” activity of the Occupational Injuries Branch).
Our newsletter EUROGIP infos dated September 2018 has just been published. It presents the latest news on occupational risks at Community level, in EU countries or about standardisation in occupational health and safety.
Download the September issue in PDF format
EUROGIP publishes a new "Statistical review of occupational injuries France 2016" which presents data on accidents at work, commuting accidents and occupational diseases in 2016 in France. This document is the eighth devoted specifically to the loss experience at work (general scheme) in France, thus giving an overview over 10 years.
The document is available in French also
The Annual Report 2017 presents our activities which have prevention and insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases at European or international level as their common denominator.
After a short presentation of EUROGIP and "3 questions to Raphaël Haefinger, Director", the salient events 2017 are presented by business area:
What are the challenges and the opportunities of digital transformation economy for health and safety at work in Europe? The question was at the heart of the EUROGIP Discussions on Thursday 15 March 2018 (Paris).
The major round tables addressed this issue from different aspects: the influence of ICT on work organisation, the impact of digital economy on insurance and prevention of occupational injuries with a focus on online platforms workers, the opportunities offered by digital technology to prevent occupational risks, European social dialogue, and the European Commission's point of view.
Most of the exchanges are summarized in this document.
EUROGIP summarizes in this note the thoughts highlighted in various work done notably in France, Germany and the Netherlands in the field of collaborative robotics and risk prevention measures that could be implemented.
Collaborative robotics concerns robots capable of interacting with human beings as part of industrial processes. The human being and the robot thus share the same work area to carry out all or part of their tasks, whereas a “conventional” industrial robot is characterized by its physical remoteness and the fact that there is no collaboration with a human being. Although the stated objectives and expectations of the market players may diverge, it turns out that the identified risks are largely the same. And yet, societal issues involving collaborative robotics and increased interaction with human beings are apparently not neglected.