Technical sheets

The ADHYS written technical fact sheets on the prevention of the main risks in a research laboratory.

The sheets are meant to help ACMOs in their duty to inform newcomers in a laboratory (trainees, students, new colleagues not yet trained in health and safety...). Of course, they can be used for any other purpose.

They are available in two formats: 

  • html format to read them on screen
  • doc or rtf format to print them

You can modify them as you wish in order to adapt them to your own specific field/ or to your own approach of prevention or communication.
Since we want these sheets to be collective tools, they are covered by a Creative Commons licence; which means you can distribute, modify or translate them... under three conditions:

  • do not use them for commercial purposes
  • include the logo below in the sheet
  • apply the same licence to all the tools resulting from their modification (free access, no commercial use)

Last but not least, the sheets result from a collective work:
They have been written by: Christian BEYER, Bernard CORNILLON, Stéphane DA SILVA, Monique PERON and Fabrice WIITKAR.

Validated by: Alain BARNIER, Marie Anne BARTHELEMY, Juliette BEIGBEDER, Catherine CHEREAU, Jean DUCRET, Florence KOTZYBA, Brigitte LIGONNIERE, Claude LOUZIS, Marie Laurence MOUSEL, Pierre TOUTAIN and Danielle ZILBERFARB.
Translated by : Christian BEYER, Céline CORNILLON and Edward Mc RAE.


This fact sheet is available under a Creative Commons License.    

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Dernières Actualités

05 FEVRIER 2012 : Ouverture des inscriptions aux 29èmes journée de l'ADHYS "Santé au travail : Comment prendre en compte les risques psychosociaux" les 29 et 30 mars 2012 à l'université de Lorraine (Metz).

Journées/tables rondes

2011 : Les risques biologiques : Préoccupations actuelles et prévention
2010 : Le risque chimique : Préoccupations actuelles et prévention
2009 : Facteur humain et prévention