Stephanie Messier is quality manager in the HAD department of the Pasteur clinic.
“The home hospitalization service (HAD) of the Pasteur clinic has decided to reduce our loss ratio, which mainly relates to minor bodywork shocks. In addition to training with the Inserr organisation, we have banked on signing a charter and raising awareness. When the vehicle is handed over, all our caregivers therefore sign a charter of commitment on compliance with the Highway Code and we intend to add a certain number of good practices.
One of the problematic points remains the telephone while driving, one of the subjects on which we collaborate with occupational medicine. Our goal: to reduce its use as much as possible, even if we cannot ban it because calls concern vital emergencies. We are studying to see how to differentiate the calls. Note that all vehicles are equipped with bluetooth.
In addition, for the entire Pasteur clinic and not just the HAD sector, we offer activities for a week on road safety as part of the Month without accidents at work. We then bring in associations that organize small circuits and workshops with simulators, for example on reflexes in rainy weather or situations of drunkenness. »