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The workers must cooperate with the implementation of the policy to prevent psychosocial risks within the company.
They must, among other things:
- respect procedures and instructions,
- inform the Prevention Advisors of the stress factors they are facing,
- help to quickly resolve interpersonal conflicts,
- refuse to be involved in a group dynamic that excludes a worker,
- refrain from any act of violence or moral or sexual harassment at work,
- refrain from any abusive use of the procedures.
The employer must inform the workers of:
- the results of the initial risk analysis,
- the results of the evaluation of the preventive measures,
- the psychological support service for victims of third party violence.
The employer must inform the workers of and train them in:
- the applicable preventive measures,
- the procedures accessible to workers,
- the request for a risk analysis of a specific collective work situation,
- the right to record a declaration in the register of third-party facts,
- the obligation to refrain from abusive behaviours.
Training involves workers receiving verbal explanations of the written instructions so that they can ask questions.
The contact details of the Prevention Advisor for psychosocial aspects or the external prevention service for which they work, and the contact details of any confidential counsellors must be written in the work regulations and in a place that is easily accessible to workers (poster, intranet, etc.).
The work regulations will also include a description of the procedures accessible to workers in the company and any other information the employer considers useful to include to keep the workers informed.
Clause template to be added to the work regulations: see Article 19 of the work regulations template:
- 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.