Several partnership agreements with sister organisations abroad
INRS has signed several cooperation agreements with its sister organisations aimed at developing cooperation in occupational safety health research and expertise. These will result in joint studies, researcher exchanges, publications, the organisation of events, etc.
For many years now, INRS has worked with its European and international partners and institutes specialised in occupational safety and health research.
These ongoing relationships are very important for taking the state of knowledge forward and for developing new risk prevention solutions.
INRS has signed bilateral agreements at the European and international levels with the following partners:
- IRSST - Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (Canada)
Signed a framework partnership agreement in the field of research in 2014 involving co-operation on biometrology watch, optimisation and validation of a protective glove selection tool that withstands single solvents and solvent mixtures, prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in the work environment, chemical risk assessment tools.
- ISST - Tunisian Occupational Safety and Health Institute (Tunisia)
Signed a technical cooperation agreement in 2004
- NIOSH - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (United States)
Signed a Memorandum of Understanding in 2012
Collaboration on the evaluation of the impact of prevention organisation, noise and chemical co-exposures, impulse noise, pavers equipped with fume extraction systems
- AIHA - American Industrial Hygiene Association (United States)
Signed cooperation agreements in 2012 and 2013
Cooperation on chemical and dermal exposure modelling
- IST - Institute for Work and Health) (Switzerland)
Signed a framework partnership agreement in the field of research in 2012
- IFA - Institut für Arbeitsschutz (Institute for Occupational Safety and Health – (Germany)
Signed a framework partnership agreement in the field of research in 2011
Cooperation on mechanical devices that force users to use the blade guard guides and pushers on band saws used in the meat industry, on theCUELA measuring system as a method for recording the postural load, and exposure to whole-body vibration combined with posture, on the International Conference of the Safety of Industrial Automated Systems (SIAS)
- KOSHA - Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (South Korea)
Signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the field of research in 2012
Exchange of research results and staff visits
- Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy - Occupational Health Department at the Hassan II - Aïn Chock University in Casablanca (Morocco)
Signed a cooperation agreement in 2002