Occupational health is primarily a regulatory issue: in France in particular, the Labor Code provides that “the employer takes the necessary measures to ensure safety and protect the physical and mental health of employees” (article L. 4121-1)
This requirement places on the employer an obligation of results, not of means. The employer is liable.
Health at work represents a cost for the company: some costs are incompressible, others are compressible (about €2,300 per year per employee).
This major player in social protection wants to build a global strategy to offer “Health at Work”, which it has identified as a strategic issue for the business of Provident insurance. Profitability issues must be reconciled with protection, prevention and social performance.
The WillBe Group teams are responsible for:
At a chemical company, the General Management wants to appease the restless social climate and at the same time respond to the public authority’s injunction to prevent psychosocial risks (PHI).
The WillBe Group experts specialized in “socio-economic” performance, engage in an in-depth analysis of the socio-organizational climate.
The diagnosis is shared with all the company’s departments and generates constructive contradictory debates.
The General Management and the HR Department have the elements to validate the launch of the improvement plan and regulate the risk factors for hardship.