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Defining an Occupational Risk Prevention Approach for Networked Organisational Configurations: The Case of Road Haulage and Logistics

  • Liên Wioland
  • Virginie Govaere
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 819)

Abstract

All the functions of the logistics chain, from the producer to the end customer, are supported by a multitude of companies connected to each other. These companies form a complex network in which each one of them is dependent on what happens upstream and downstream of its activity. In this context, the INRS conducted an ergonomic study whose objective was to determine a prevention approach specific to this type of network organization. The purpose of this paper is to present this preventive approach entitled PROPAGIR in the sector of road transport of goods and logistics. This approach has been tested in a company, the results are also presented. This study is an ergonomics analysis and not a business case.

Keywords

Prevention Road haulage and logistics Network organisation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Working life Department, Preventive Ergonomics and Psychology LaboratoryINRSVandœuvre CedexFrance

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