A global approach to MSD prevention
600 work and commuting accidents are recorded per hour worked in France. The prevention of these occupational risks is still too often considered by companies as a mandatory constraint.
To make these investments and thus guarantee better safety for his employees, Jérôme Darq turned to Carsat Normandie. It then receives the TMS Pros action grant. This is an aid paid for the purchase of equipment to reduce the physical constraints of the company’s employees, up to 40% of the total cost. This particularly concerns repetitive efforts, manual handling and awkward postures that cause musculoskeletal disorders (MSD). The grant also funds staff training.
Up to 50% of the financed investment. CTB Bérenger has thus received in 2018 and in 2019 an aid of €10,000 to buy a new scaffolding, in compliance with safety regulations, €4,500 for a site hut, €2,500 for a freight elevator and €1,500 for storage racks,