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Accidents at work, involuntary homicides, and articulation of non-liability
(Crim. 7 janv. 2020, no 18-86.293, published in the Bulletin)
Employee * Proceedings * Limitation * Point of departure * Partial permanent incapacity * Compensation supplement * Capital
Observations to the Court of Cassation (2nd civ.), 26 November 2015, No 14-23.220
Accident at work. Wilful misconduct of a member of staff. Rape at the workplace. Referral to the CIVI. Admissibility
Involvement of the posterior parietal cortex in the control of upper limb function and post-stroke spatial attention : study and modulation of the connectivity of the controlled posterior parietal cortex
The posterior parietal cortex (PPC) is a key structure for sensorimotor integration. It forms with the frontal areas to which it is connected the parieto-frontal networks that have specialized functions. It is involved in the planning and online control of visually-guided prehension but also in the...
Working conditions for professional drivers and road safety
The report presented here will have approximately the following structure: — Introduction presenting the general terms of the problem of working conditions in the road transport sector; Development of road transport Status of the sector in the economy Status of the problem of working conditions in r...
Compensation for victims of accidents at work and occupational diseases, a (persistent) scandal in our modern societies
Health and safety. Employees of the territorial civil service. Indirect damage. Manifestly deliberate breach of a particular safety requirement. Blatant fault
Occupational diseases. Declaration. Refusal rate
(Commission report established by Article 30 L. No 96-1960 of 27 December 1996 on the financing of social security for 1997, Ministry of Employment and Solidarity)
Chronobiology of vigilance: Enforcement approach in the field of road safety
The purpose of chronobiology is to study biological rhythms, including vigilance and performance. In neurophysiology, vigilance is defined by levels of activation of the nervous system subject to variations of circadian, ultradian and circasemidien during nycthemia. Analysis of the rhythm of human v...
Sleep apnoea and the brain : a bidirectional relationship
The human brain is a perfect example of our dependence on oxygen. Brain physiological constraints render it vulnerable to hypoxia, such as encountered in environmental conditions (high altitude exposure) or pathological hypoxemic conditions. Among those pathological conditions, and due to its high p...
The employment contract, the obligation of safety of result and the inexcusable fault in the professional risk, following
State of research on suicide at work in France: a legal perspective
Work-related suicide is today a key issue in working conditions, but very difficult to grasp in legal terms. Despite the provisions and a judicial approach to extensive application, the law on the prevention of risks at work makes it difficult to properly regulate such acts. On the other hand, suici...
Muriel Darmon, Repair the brains. Sociology of post-AVC losses and recoveries
How can sociology help to clarify the understanding of losses and recoveries resulting from a stroke? This is the unusual question that Muriel Darmon is facing here. This book is a continuation of the author’s previous work on anorexia. The aim is to study as a sociologist an object of research a pr...
Bifurcations. Social sciences in the face of breakdowns and the event
How to report on a political crisis or a biographical accident? Can religious conversion be analysed using the same tools as a disease, vocational retraining or technical innovation? Social sciences are hampered by unpredictability, contingencies and events. Looking above all for causalities, struct...
The banishment of the recidivists in French Guiana. The relegated in the penal colony of Saint-Jean-du-Maroni, on 1887-1953.
Our thesis concerns the study of the penal colonization of the French Guiana by one relegated interned in the penal colony of Saint-Jean-du-Maroni. The law on the banishment of the recidivists voted May 27th, 1885 entails the exile for life within a colony of delinquents and criminal recidivists. Fr...
Performance of acute stroke management
The main issue in the management of acute stroke is access to reperfusion strategies (ie thrombolysis or thrombectomy) within the recommended time window. Currently, fewer than 1 in 2 eligible patients are receiving this treatment, partly because of difficulties in stoke identification and extended...
Advanced in the prevention of “fall from the floor” at work, advanced in the prevention of “fall on the floor” at work: Proposed operational definition of a new class: ‘the Accidents with Perturbation du Mouvement (APM)’
The fall on the ground remains a frequent and serious accident at work. The terminology used to describe these accidents is varied, relatively imprecise and does not take account of the diversity of accidents encountered under the various names. The value of considering a category of accidents at wo...
Aloneness and loneliness at work
There is also a DMOS law for the protection of voluntary firefighters at work
(L. No 93-121, 27 janv. 1993, OJ 30 Jan. 1993, p. 1576)
The occupational risks in question
Brain distribution study of two antibiotics in critically ill patients
To exert their effect while avoiding adverse events, drugs must reach sufficient concentrations in their site of action. Antibiotics are used for treating infection that bacterial target is in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) or brain extracellular fluid (ECF) which is also a target for adverse events....
The impossibility of maintaining the employment contract (Article L. 122-32-2 of the Labour Code)
Inter-industrial disparities in voluntary departure rates: an empirical study
The purpose of this article is to use the LISREL estimation model in the empirical study of voluntary departures in Quebec. It is a model for estimating unknown coefficients of a set of linear structural equations with latent variables. The data used are at industry level. They cover the year 1982 a...
Sleep and race off in solitary terms: behaviour of riders and feasibility study of an ‘interactive sleep agenda’
The off-shore solitary race combines intense and prolonged physical and cognitive effort for 10 to 100 days in extreme conditions. It involves the use of split sleep and short rest periods spread over the entire nycthemer. These difficulties are mentioned in explaining incidents, accidents and chang...