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Strategic Plan

INRS’s Strategic Plan Meeting current challenges and anticipating those of the future

In line with the policy set out by the occupational accidents and diseases branch of Social Security, Strategic Plan defines objectives to adapt to societal, institutional, regulatory, organisational, scientific and technical changes in the world of work.

The INRS strategic framework sets objectives to be achieved within 4 occupational risk prevention programs:

Biological risks

  • Infectious, allergic, toxin risks
  • Protection at source
  • Collective and personal protection…

Chemical risks

  • Carcinogenic, mutagenic or reprotoxic substances
  • Sensitising or allergenic agents
  • Collective and personal protection…

Physical and mechanical risks

  • Noise
  • Falls
  • Radiation
  • Electromagnetic fields
  • Fire / Explosion
  • Vibrations
  • Work equipment and dangerous machines
  • Thermal atmospheres…

Risks related to organisation and work situations

  • Accidents
  • Addictive practices
  • New organisations and technologies
  • Design of workplaces and work situations
  • Organisation of prevention and perception of risk
  • Musculoskeletal disorders
  • Psychosocial risks…


In addition, by drawing on field experience and daily contact with companies in conjunction with different OSH players, INRS steers and manages foresight and horizon scanning, as well as warning activities for the occupational accidents and diseases branch of Social Security.


Last update on 11/07/2024