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ROAD SAFETY AND ECO-DRIVING The Road and the Company

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charter for the Safety and Prevention of Road Risks

The profession of Laboratory Suppliers and Measurement professionals has around 50 % of itinerants, particularly in commercial or after-sales services. Road safety is therefore an important safety measure for employees in our sector of activity.

The Interprofessional Committee of Laboratory Suppliers and the Measurement Network have thus drawn up this Charter for Safety and Prevention of Road Risks in order to make all companies and their employees aware of good road and eco-driving practices.  

The "The road and the company" working group is made up of members of the Measurement Network and the CIFL.


As part of the work of the “The Road and the Company” group, the Réseau Mesure and the CIFL offer their members road safety training at discounted rates.

 A few figures to better understand

  • Professional road risk is the 1time cause of fatal accident at work.
  • 50% of those killed on the job are on the road.
  • 70 days: average duration of a work stoppage with temporary incapacity following a traffic accident.
  • Work stoppages following a traffic accident are 1.5 times the average duration of a work stoppage.
  • The cost of a traffic accident on a mission is 3 times higher than the average cost of an accident at work.
  • 90% road accidents at work are due to unsuitable human behavior.

 What consequences for the company?

  • Human: Loss of human capital / loss of key man / loss of skills.
  • Financial: Road accidents cause direct and indirect costs (often 2 to 3 times greater).
  • Legal: The road risk for an employee on assignment is a professional risk. Like all occupational risks, the latter must be the subject of an assessment and be recorded in the single document (Article L4221-1 and R4121-1 of the Labor Code).

For the companies of the Measurement Network and CIFL, the road risk is identified in their single document as a major risk.

  3 training possibilities are available to members:


Two-day certification course: Préventis Card Pro

Why choose Préventis CARD-PRO training for your employees?

  • Secure their business trips and / or home-work
  • Acquire the skills of professional driving
  • Maintain and improve their knowledge of vehicles
  • Improve their environmental impact as part of your CSR policy

Training characteristics

  • Interactive and dynamic training
  • Alternation theory and practise
  • Fun and rewarding experience
  • Continuous assessment for 2 days

Benefits for the company

  • Response adapted to the requirements of the Single Document (DUERP)
  • Skills upgrading of your employees (certifying training)
  • Valuing your employees and instilling a spirit of prevention
  • Strengthening team cohesion

Tariff for 2022 member of the Measurement Network: € 668 excl.
2022 non-member rate: € 695 excl.

One-day training: Préventis PREMIUM

  • 1-day training on a protected site dedicated to road safety.
  • Provision of a Centaur vehicle then evolution with personal vehicles.
  • Innovative pedagogy based on feedback.
  • Supervision by a facilitator specially trained in group management.
  • Vehicle safety report.
  • Eye test.
  • Delivery of the educational logbook.

Possibility of financing by the OPCO according to the branches and the size of the company.

Tariff for 2022 member of the Measurement Network: € 419 excl.
2022 non-member rate: € 435 excl.

One-day training: Préventis CONTINUUM PRO

This day allows you to perpetuate your achievements.

■ Measure your progress in driving and supplement your knowledge.
■ Identify the practices to be worked on to improve driving.
■ Identify the consequences of the telephone (mental overload) on driving.
■ know the new engines (hybrids, electric, biofuels).

Possibility of financing by the OPCO according to the branches and the size of the company.

Tariff for 2022 member of the Measurement Network: € 419 excl.
2022 non-member rate: € 435 excl.

One or two day “team” training on request.

If you want to offer your employees training dedicated to your company, we invite you to Contact us in order to organize it.


News - Centaur

Bonuses, fuel aid, conversion bonus: update on the latest announcements

On October 22, the Ministry of Ecological Transition announced the maintenance of the amounts of the ecological bonus and the conversion bonus until July 1, 2022 as well as the payment of aid in the face of rising fuel prices. Centaure takes stock of these announcements and the impact of the ecological transition underway on vehicle fleets.

Maintenance of the bonus and the conversion premium

The government is continuing its efforts to encourage the French to move towards less CO2-producing mobility. Thus, Barbara Pompili, Minister of Ecological Transition, announced the maintenance of the conversion bonus and the ecological bonus until July 1, 2022. The conversion bonus allows you to replace your old vehicle with a
less polluting model by benefiting from an aid of up to 5,000 euros while the ecological bonus offers aid of 6,000 euros for the purchase of an electric or hybrid vehicle.

As a reminder, this ecological bonus had been increased to 7,000 euros the day after the first confinement then lowered to the current level and was to be reduced in 2022.

Since the start of the five-year term, 860,000 conversion bonuses and 430,000 ecological bonuses have been distributed in France.

Setting up assistance for the poorest

Faced with the rise in fuel and energy prices (gas and electricity), the government has also announced the payment of aid of 100 euros to the poorest French. This "inflation allowance" concerns all people with a salary of less than 2,000 net per month, or more than 38 million French people. This aid represents a budget of 3.8 billion euros for the State.

In fact, employees in the private sector will receive this assistance from December 2021 while employees in the public sector will receive it from January 2022. The government has also defined the terms of payment for the self-employed, retirees, beneficiaries of social benefits and job seekers (compensated by
Urssaf, their pension fund or Pôle emploi).

Find the details of the conditions of obtaining here.

Impact of the ecological transition on company fleets

The ecological transition underway is also reflected in company fleets. According to the Arval Mobility Observatory's fleet and mobility barometer (2021 edition), 57 % of fleet managers state that they use at least one alternative technology, compared to 30 % in 2020. 80 % believe they are using at least one alternative energy. 'within 3 years.

The ecological transition of corporate fleets driven by the Energy Transition Law and the Mobility Orientation Law is therefore a reality today and leads to a profound rethinking of the functioning of fleets. Electrifying its vehicle fleet is becoming a necessity for any business.

This transition is not simply a matter of changing from a diesel vehicle to an electric or hybrid vehicle. It is necessary to know your vehicle fleet and the real needs of your employees in order to make the right arrangements. The risk: that a bad strategy leads to an explosion in costs for the company.

Another lesson from this study: parks should also tend to grow. 1 in 2 fleet managers anticipate an increase in their vehicle fleet over the next 3 years. This shows that the announced phenomenon of fleet rationalization - namely the pooling of vehicles, the development of carsharing, etc. - is struggling for the moment to find its place within companies.

But the fleet manager must also deal with the semiconductor crisis which is causing colossal delivery delays. He must manage these deadlines by raising the awareness of his teams and by seeking the best alternatives to be patient, such as the extension of long-term rental contracts or medium-term rental.

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