FRANCE: preventing risks in micro-entreprises

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To help managers of micro enterprises to prevent occupational risks, the French Insurance against occupational injuries (Assurance Maladie – Risques professionnels) has offered a series of webinars since the beginning of the year. It has collected the videos on YouTube, which cover different sectors/risks:

  • Office work
  • Fast food
  • Waste
  • Local food shops
  • Bakery, pastry, ice cream
  • Butchers, delicatessens, fishmongers
  • Road haulage and courier services
  • Road passenger transport
  • Removal

See the webinars (in French)

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