Health & safety

  • FIRE : 18 or 112
  • Medical emergency: 10
  • SAMU: 15
  • Local Security (FLS) : 01 69 08 22 24

The role of the APs is to provide advices and assistance on the assessment of risks related to research activities, on the implementation of a prevention policy, and on the implementation of health and safety rules in the Institute’s laboratories.

This service is made up of 5 trained agents, appointed in particular for their experience. Each Health and Safety Officer is appointed by the Institute’s Director after receiving the opinion of the supervisory authorities and has a specific field of competence. The APs work in close collaboration with the Secretary-General, the Technical and Logistical Services of the Institute and of the supervising institutions, as well as with their Medical and Prevention Services.

A “Referent” AP leads and coordinates the functioning of this unit.

The 6 agents of the AP unit are:

  • DESVIGNES Nathalie
  • FAURE Hélène (PCRP)
  • HUCHER Guillaume
  • LAVALLEE Valérie
  • PERE Stéphane (firefighter)
  • VILLENEUVE Patricia

Contact for the AP unit:

A staff member of the Institute ensures that protection measures against ionizing radiation are respected. She has been trained by an official body and has been appointed by the Autorité de Sûreté Nucléaire. She is part of the Institute’s AP unit.

Agent: FAURE Hélène

A dozen agents and a volunteer firemen perform the functions of SST. Each SST receives initial training from an approved organization and is required to retrain every two years. His/her role is to provide first aid and/or assistance to the victim(s) while waiting for the emergency services (SP and/or SAMU) if necessary.
  • AUTRAN Sandra
  • CHARRIER Isabelle
  • CHESNEAU Albert
  • DARET Aurélie
  • DONVAL Alicia
  • FROC Cynthia
  • GALANT Sonya
  • GIRET Nicolas
  • GUYON Sandrine
  • LAVALLEE Valérie
  • MARTIN Béatrice
  • PERE Stéphane (sapeur pompier)
  • POIZAT Ghislaine
  • ROUSSEAU Véronique
  • RYBAK Fanny
Each building is equipped with a fire alarm system. When the sirens sound, the personnel must immediately stop their activities, evacuate the buildings and assemble outside at the assembly points. The CEs ensure that no personnel are present in the rooms for which they are responsible. They also make sure that the doors and windows are closed after each check and return to the assembly point, while reporting their intervention to an AP, for a possible report to the emergency services.
  • ABBAS Pascal
  • ALUNNI Alessandro
  • AUTRAN Sandra
  • CHESNEAU Albert
  • COLIN Ingrid
  • COTTINEAU Thierry
  • CREUZET Sophie
  • DARET Aurélie
  • DE MEDEIROS Christophe
  • DESVIGNES Nathalie
  • DUMONT Mélanie
  • FAURE Hélène
  • FEREZOU Isabelle
  • GALANTE Micaela
  • GUYON Sandrine
  • HERVE Jérôme
  • HEUZE Aurélie
  • HUCHER Guillaume
  • JENETT Arnim
  • JOURDAIN Vincent
  • LAVALLEE Valérie
  • MADRIERES Patricia
  • MARTIN Béatrice
  • PERE Stéphane
  • PERIGNON Alain
  • POIZAT Ghislaine
  • PREVOST Marianne
  • ROUSSEAU Caroline
  • ROUSSEAU Véronique
  • SAROUL Krystel
  • SCHWARTZ Marie-Elise
  • SEMPE Julie
  • SIMION Matthieu
  • TOURNOUD Zelie
  • VILLENEUVE Patricia
Dr. Elisabeth De Lescure, CNRS prevention doctor, provides medical monitoring for the Institute. She is present at the medical service of the Gif/Yvette Campus in building 11, to carry out medical surveillance of agents and ensure action in the workplace (Instruction INS122942DAJ of December 1, 2012).

  • CNRS-Gif infirmary: tel. 33 12
  • Dr Elisabeth De Lescure – tel. 01 69 82 33 13
  • Nurse: Candice Lang – tel. 01 69 82 32 51
  • Secretary: Christelle Lalanne – tel. 01 69 82 33 12
  • Sylvie Eon – tel. 01 69 82 32 70
  • Local Security (FLS) : 01 69 08 22 24
  • Anti-Poison Center F. Widal: 01 40 05 48 48
  • Hand clinic – clinique de l’Yvette, Longjumeau: 08 26 30 60 30

Internal emergency numbers

PDF of the AP-PCR-SST-CE lists and useful numbers

Available at your disposal:

  • an Occupational Health and Safety register where you can record all observations and suggestions relating to the prevention of professional risks and the improvement of working conditions.
  • a special register for Serious and Imminent Danger intended for alerting and reporting serious and imminent danger.

These registers are signed by the prevention assistants as well as by the director of the Institute.