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Psychosocial Risks: European Expectations

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Presented at EHSxTech Paris 2018, this presentation outlines European rules and regulations on psychosocial risks and health in the workplace for office and home workers.

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Psychosocial Risks: European Expectations

  1. 1. Learn Share Lead EHSxTech: EHS Leadership in a Changing World EHSxTech Workshop – April 2018 1
  2. 2. Psychosocial Risks: European Expectations 2 Laura Verdier President Angie Stagg Senior Consultant Antea Group
  3. 3. Psycho-Sociological Risks = Major Risk EHSxTech Workshop – April 2018 3
  4. 4. Psychosocial Risk EHSxTech Workshop – April 2018 4Safe ‘N Green EU Framework Directive 89/391/EEC “Measures to improve safety and health at work” 2014 Joint Report “this applies to psychosocial risks as much as physical risks” In the UK alone (2016-17): • 526,000 workers suffering from work-related stress • 12.5 million working days lost due to stress
  5. 5. Risk Increased by French Legal Changes EHSxTech Workshop – April 2018 5 Ordonnance 2017-1387 dated on 22 sept 2017: « Article L. 1235-3 (limitation on maximum penalty) is not applicable when the judge finds that the dismissal is related to one of the exceptions provided for in the second paragraph of this article. […] The exceptions are those relating to the violation of a fundamental freedom, such as acts of moral or sexual harassment… » Harassement is one of many psychosocial risks
  6. 6. EU Requirements and French Implementation EHSxTech Workshop – April 2018 6
  7. 7. Two Levels of Action: Collective and Individual EHSxTech Workshop – April 2018 7
  8. 8. Managing Psychosocial Risk Across Europe? EHSxTech Workshop – April 2018 8
  9. 9. French EHS Regulation Updates
  10. 10. Safety Committee: What’s New? Manage EHS concerns the French way! 10 Ordonnance 2017-1386 dated on 22 sept 2017: Art. L2311-2 of the Labour Code – Gathering DP, CE and CHSCT: « A ‘comité social et économique (CSE)’ is implemented in companies with at least 11 employees » Art. L2351-36 of the Labour Code: « A ‘commission santé, sécurité et conditions de travail (CSSCT)’ is created inside the ‘comité social et économique (CSE)’ in companies or establishments with at least 300 employees »
  11. 11. Assess exposure to Electromagnetic Waves Manage EHS concerns the French way! 11
  12. 12. Are Remote Workers Safe? Manage EHS concerns the French way! 12 Art. L1222-9 of the Labour Code (Ordonnance 2017-1387 dated on 22 sept 2017): « Accident occurring at the place where telecommuting is practiced during the exercise of the teleworker's professional activity is presumed to be a work related accident »
  13. 13. Is your Mobility Plan finalized? Manage EHS concerns the French way! 13

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