In charge of occupational health reform for the CFDT, visited the laboratories of the only research centre dedicated to accident prevention.
On Friday, December 13, Catherine Pinchaut, CFDT national secretary in charge of occupational health reform for the CFDT, visited the INRS Lorraine research centre. She was accompanied by the Secretary General of the CFDT Regional Interprofessional Union of the Far East, Dominique Toussaint and Hubert Attenont, President of CARSAT Nord-Est.
This visit to the INRS research laboratories is part of a possible relaunch of the negotiations on Occupational Health in 2020, where it will certainly be a question of the future of the INRS.
Nanomaterials, exoskeleton, noise / vibration, artificial intelligence, human/robot collaboration, new form of work, INRS addresses all subjects through its studies and training.
The institute informs and assists companies and employees. It remains the only French research centre whose activity has been exclusively focused on the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases for more than 70 years.