The French National Research and Safety Institute for the Prevention of Occupational Accidents and Diseases is a non-profit organisation set up in 1901 and governed by a Board of Directors in which both employer and employee associations are represented.
From acquiring knowledge to disseminating it and to transforming it into solutions, INRS uses its cross-disciplinary resources to spread OSH culture of occupational risk prevention as widely as possible and to propose methodological and practical tools.
INRS is developing various activities to contribute to the prevention of work accidents and occupational diseases. It acts according to four complementary modes of action:
■studies and research,
During the period 2018 - 2022, INRS activity is divided into four prevention programs, supplemented by five focus themes.
Physical and mechanical risks
Risks related to the organization and work situations
Impact of information and communication technologies
on occupational health and safety
Industry of the future and prevention
Multiple exposures at work
Reproduction and work
Help and personal care
Description of activities according to the 2018-2022 INRS strategic plan