Compulsory personal interview
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The worker must have a compulsory personal interview with the Prevention Advisor for psychosocial aspects before submitting a formal request for psychosocial intervention.
This interview allows the worker to receive information on:
- the information that their request must contain in order to be viable;
- the procedure;
- the consequences and the risks involved in the submission of the request;
- any protection against reprisals;
The personal interview must take place within ten calendar days of the worker informing the Prevention Advisor for psychosocial aspects of their desire to submit a formal request.
Both the worker and the Prevention Advisor for psychosocial aspects ensure that this deadline is respected.
The Prevention Advisor for psychosocial aspects states in a document that the compulsory personal interview has taken place. The worker receives a copy of this document.
- Firstly, with the prevention advisor of the internal and/or external service for prevention and protection at work.
- Secondly, with the competent regional directorate for Supervision of Well-being at Work.
- Questions on the interpretation of the legislation: in writing to the Directorate-General for Humanisation of Labour.