TITLE

Activité des encadrants et prévention des TMS: quelles régulations collectives en situation de sous-traitance?

AUTHOR(S)
AUBLET-CUVELIER, Agnès; CUNY-GUERRIER, Aude; CAROLY, Sandrine; COUTAREL, Fabien
PUB. DATE
January 2015
SOURCE
Conference Proceedings of the Société d'Ergonomie de Langue Fr;2015, p93
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The context of outsourcing can weaken the team collective resources and can reconfigure them. Our aims are (1) to identify how in the context of outsourcing a supervisor can promote collective regulations in the boxes operators' activity (2) to determine whether he promotes or implements himself regulations within employees (operators and/or supervisors) of the client company. Two case studies are being conducted in the area of meat cutting. They cover an analysis of the activity of two contractors supervisors, and involve observations and self-confrontation. The results describe two contrasting situations in the way of these supervisors support or not team collective regulations, depending on the context. Collective regulations between contractors supervisors and supervisors of the client company, which can be helpful in achieving health and performance of subcontractors, are updated. They point to research perspectives on collective peers including contractors and client company.
ACCESSION #
110366335

 

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