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Healthy employees make healthy companies:your OHS performance, the way to obtain it, reflects your level of control of your activities...

An attack on the health of an employee at work is for the company a marker of a lack of control of its activities.


It is therefore no longer a question of "managing security" as an object as such,but to “Produce and work in complete health and safety”. 


This original approach to OHS performance developed by DVConseils meets all the challenges in this field, including the general obligation imposed on the employer. It is carried out with a managerial outlook imbued with pragmatism and common sense and has already won over many clients.




- the leader's vision guides the strategy: does yours meet the challenges of the 21st century? Does it sustain your business? 

  Are you meeting all the expectations of your interested parties?


- governance and organization are necessary conditions for performance: let's take stock and improve together?


- respecting the health of your employees is of course a human issue, but also an economic and commercial one. It serves the image of  your company and its attractiveness. Conversely, the legal and penal risk is similar.... The practices that call for the control of this

  domain actually serve the overall performance of your activities and the good health of your business:  

  let's check that you are on the right path and ensure your responsibility as an employer!


- the animation of People is crucial: what can you say about it and what do your collaborators say about it? How to go further ?


- common sense guides the action: are you sure that he did not stay at the door of your company?


- experience is irreplaceable: let's compare our know-how for your benefit!


Dominique VACHER's book published by Franel editions in June 2017"Companies, stop managing OHS!"summary all DVConseils approach.

Or how to take OHS from the status of a regulatory constraint to the status of a business opportunity

and safeguarding the health of employeesby stopping "managing OHS within the framework of your activities",

au benefit of the "management of your activities in all OHS".

A resolutely  entrepreneurial speech that convinces leaders and managers, once they have understood, with supporting figures, thattheir OHS performance and the way to obtain it is the image of their level of mastery of their business activities...








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What they say about this book:


Professor William DAB, Director of the Cnam Hygiene and Safety Chair:

“Dominique Vacher proposes a real paradigm shift, the consequences of which are potentially significant for workers, companies and the country… / … Employers, employees, managers, staff representatives, occupational health services, ministerial services: all those who will the effort of reading this book will reap tangible benefit."


Hervé Lanouzière, Director General of ANACT:

“Part IV of the Labor Code has made it possible to protect the field of occupational health in a homogeneous dedicated corpus. Let us be careful not to turn this sanctuary into a tomb. To work is not only to protect oneself. Let us show the contribution of health to the act of production. To think like this is to support people so that they produce better, in every sense of the word. Supporting the activity is the role of the manager, of the managers, at all levels. It cannot be invented. It is a skill that is built. This book shows how to do it concretely and the author knows what he is talking about because he has long practiced and tested what he proposes. »


Master Michel Ledoux, lawyer at the court:

"Under its provocative title, this book will do a lot of good for those who experience the difficult application of the HSCT regulations and its frequent corollary, namely the obligation for those who fail to do what they owe, to account for it before the Courts... / ... Here is an invigorating, invigorating, fortunately "non-compliant" essay, which will undoubtedly open the eyes of managers who do not yet perceive the inseparable link between the physical and mental health of employees and performance of the company. »

In three questions, discover the "drivers" of my approach!

(Record during a "Manager's café" at Air France)

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