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COVID-19 – Veille juridique 14 mai 2020

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  • COVID-19 : Publication d’un protocole national de déconfinement pour les entreprises
  • COVID-19 : Publication of a National Deconfinement Protocol for Businesses
In a press release dated 3 May 2020, the Ministry of Labour informed of the publication of a national deconfinement protocol to help and support companies, regardless of their size, activity and geographical location, to resume their activity while ensuring the protection of their employees’ health through universal rules. This protocol, divided into 7 distinct parts, specifies the general doctrine of collective protection that private sector employers must put in place. It deals with various topics: open space gauging, flow management, personal protective equipment, screening tests, treatment of a symptomatic person, temperature measurement and cleaning and disinfection of premises.
Sources:Communiqué du ministère du Travail, Protocole national de déconfinement pour les entreprises pour assurer la sécurité et la santé des salariés, publié le 03 mai 2020
  • Covid-19 : levée d’interdiction de circulation de certains véhicules de plus de 7,5 tonnes de PTAC
  • Covid-19 : lifting of the ban on the circulation of certain vehicles with a GVWR of more than 7.5 tonnes
Three decrees published on 3 May 2020 in the Official Journal derogate from the traffic bans on vehicles or vehicle combinations weighing more than 7.5 tonnes of gross vehicle weight laid down by the decree of 2 March 2015 concerning the ban on the circulation of goods vehicles during certain periods. The ban on the circulation of vehicles transporting foodstuffs and products intended for food (human or animal), hygiene and health (human and animal) as well as the circulation of vehicles transporting materials, products or other materials necessary for the execution of public works or the construction of collective buildings is then lifted from Thursday 7 May 4 p.m. to Friday 8 May midnight as well as from Wednesday 20 May 4 p.m. to Thursday 21 May midnight. In addition, as regards vehicles carrying out removals, these are authorised by way of derogation to circulate on the following dates: from Wednesday 20 May 4 p.m. to 21 May midnight and from Sunday 31 May 10 p.m. to 1st June midnight. Finally, vehicles transporting courier parcels benefit from a lifting of the traffic ban from Thursday 7 May 16:00 to 8 May 24:00 and from Saturday 9 May 16:00 to Sunday 10 May 24:00. Please note, for all these exemptions, it is also possible, on these dates, to return the vehicles previously mentioned to be empty.

  • COVID-19 : critères d’identification des salariés vulnérables dans le cadre de l’activité partielle
  • COVID-19: criteria for identifying vulnerable employees in the context of partial activity
By decree No 2020-521 of May 5, 2020, the french Government detailed the criteria for identifying vulnerable employees at risk of developing an aggravated form of covid-19 and who can therefore be placed in partial activity by their employers. These criteria, determined in the application of article 20 of Act No. 2020-473 of April 25, 2020, are applicable retroactively from May 1, 2020, regardless of the date of the start of the work stoppage for an employee concerned.
  • COVID-19 : adoption en première lecture par le Sénat du projet de loi prorogeant l’état d’urgence sanitaire et complétant ses dispositions
  • COVID-19 : adoption at first reading by the Senate of the bill extending the state of health emergency and supplementing its provisions.
The bill extending the state of health emergency, tabled in the Senate on 2 May 2020 (see our legal watch on the subject) was adopted on 5 May 2020 and sent to the National Assembly with some amendments. As a reminder, this bill supplements certain provisions relating to the state of health emergency regime with a view to deconfinement. Finally, the state of health emergency would be extended until 10 July 2020 (instead of 23 July). In addition, a new amendment has been made that would allow access to beaches and forests for the practice of sports. In addition, this new bill details the modalities of quarantine, placement and maintenance in isolation (persons, places, duration, conditions, etc.). For example, the employment contract of an employee placed in quarantine or isolation would be suspended for the duration of the work stoppage. Finally, the measures relating to the organization and conditions of implementation of the information system have been completed. Thus, the implementation of the health data information system would be subject to public opinion with the approval of the National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties (CNIL).

  • COVID-19 : parution d’un guide de conseils en matière de coordination SPS
  • COVID-19: publication of an SPS coordination advice guide
The french Professional Organization for the Prevention of Building and Public Works (OPPBTP) published at the end of April 2020, in partnership with organizations representative of SPS coordination, a guide bringing together recommendations which aim to adapt SPS coordination to the context of the current epidemic. of covid-19. The recommendations of this book cover, in particular, the theme of resumption of construction sites at the end of the confinement period.

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