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Maintien dans l’emploi au Centre Hospitalo Universitaire de Grenoble Alpes : diagnostic et pistes d’amélioration

Abstract : A typology of precarious situations in terms of keeping workers with disability at work was carried out at Grenoble University Hospital. This could be conducted for non-medical staff only. Over the 2016-2017 period, 389 agents out of 7479 (ie 5.2%) have been identified as either having work-fitness restrictions, or benefiting from workplace adjustments, or a recognition of handicapped worker status (RQTH), or a long term sick leave. Based on the study of occupational medicine department’s records, 182 had work-fitness restrictions, knowing that 122 of the workers with no restriction had change their occupational position. Out of these 389 agents, only 256 were eligible for the employment obligation of disabled workers (OETH) according to the restrictive regulatory criteria. Half of the 389 agents are between 51 and 60 years old. If OETH eligible staff are compared to all staff, there is an over-representation of certain grades including nurses assistants (x1,6), laborers (x1,9), hospital service worker, housekeeping staff (x1,9), technicians specialized in electro-radiology (x1,7), midwives (x2), and ambulance drivers (x3). The most common pathologies are MSDs (shoulder lesions and low back pain) and psychiatric pathologies in the first rank of which mood disorders (depression). The work-fitness restrictions relate mainly to the handling and the postural constraints, then on the schedules. These results incite to reinforce prevention of the occupational risks and to improve the job and competency planning for these occupations associated with painful physical conditions.
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Carole Blum‎. Maintien dans l’emploi au Centre Hospitalo Universitaire de Grenoble Alpes : diagnostic et pistes d’amélioration. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02130261⟩



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