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FRANCE: Protect employees against Covid-19

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The employer must ensure the safety and health protection of its employees. To help him to prevent more particularly the risk of contamination of Covid-19 in sectors that cannot use telework, the French Ministry of Labour and the Health – Occupational Risks Insurance published practical sheets. A number of them are already available:

Other job descriptions are being prepared for other occupations and will be put online in the coming days. In addition, guides to good practice in the event of a business continuity plan are proposed by professional organisations for construction activities and the wood industry. Find out more

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