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Depuis 25 ans, Aegide International vous aide dans l’organisation de journée sécurité. Profitez d’une approche décontractée pour faire passer des messages sécurité et sensibiliser vos équipes aux risques professionnels.

Put prevention at the heart of your
company's priorities for one day.

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• Present an incident/accident investigation in a fun way.
• Use a practical case study to identify the factors that influence behaviour.
• Understanding the error process.
• Identify the human factors that influence behaviour.


Determining the factors influencing perception
Present the perception of risk
Understanding the stages of perception
Present ways of ensuring consistent perception


Developing dialogue between different positions
Understanding the vision of other positions
Introducing body language


• Understand the impact of exemplary behaviour.
• Uniting people to set an example.


• Shooting of comparative videos with and without exemplarity defects.
• Suggested or free scenario themes!
• Everyone becomes an actor IN awareness-raising.

Provision of a prevention facilitator, complete “Virtual Reality” equipment and HSE modules adapted to your needs (working at height, confined spaces, risk management, etc.).


• Defining the concepts of seduction, humour, sexism, sexual harassment and sexual assault
• Understanding the concept of non-consent
• Understanding the consequences for victims, the company and the aggressor
• Understanding the boundaries between seduction, humour, sexism, sexual harassment and sexual assault


• Introduce the concept of danger and risk
• Understanding the risk estimation process
• Determining the type and priority of action


• Present the scale of the road risk
• Present the reaction time
• Present the physical and mental conditions that influence behaviour and driving.
• Identifying behavioural management methods

The aim of this workshop is to present, in an entertaining way, the impact of an incident/accident on the person(s) involved.

The idea is to put ourselves in the shoes of a victim, to gain a better understanding of the impact and to reflect on the consequences and means of prevention/protection.


Work areas - Falls: causes and consequences.
• The basic rules of safe movement (attention, vigilance, field of vision, sense of balance, anti-fall equipment, restraints, harnesses, etc.).
• Recommendations for different contexts...).


Introducing H2S
Present the measures and reactions in the event of an H2S alarm
Presenting the leak mask
How to react in the event of an H2S alarm


Identify your positive points and those of others
Develop a positive outlook on yourself and others


Identifying an undesirable event in the company
Identify the threats leading up to the event
Determine the consequences of the event
Identify barriers and potential failures


Becoming aware of a situation
Highlighting the notion of Leader
Knowing how to identify life-saving gestures


Understanding the mechanism of an accident
Awareness of the energies involved

Understanding and preventing psychosocial risks (PSR) is everyone's business. We offer cooperative activity workshops with the aim of gaining an overall understanding of the concepts of RPS..

The aim of this workshop is to introduce everyone in the company to the media crisis management approach.

The idea is to find out about the system in place within the company, get the facts straight, understand all the information in a context of urgency and pressure, and understand the means of communication. During this workshop, the participants are put in situation with scenarios.

The aim of this workshop is to introduce everyone in the company to the preventive approach associated with work movements and postures. It is aimed at anyone who has to deal with awkward movements or positions on a daily basis.

It is divided into 3 parts:

  • Quiz: presenting and understanding the problems associated with gestures and postures
  • Warm-ups: identifying and carrying out the different stages of a warm-up
  • Carrying loads: identifying and implementing good practice in the manual handling of loads

The aim of this workshop is to present safety issues in an interactive way, using actors, and to illustrate the reality on the ground.

A typical workshop is as follows:

  • Tailor-made theatrical sketches to dramatise your safety issues and illustrate the reality on the ground. It's a way of raising awareness through the mirror effect.
  • Interactive entertainment. Between the theatrical sketches, our actors question the audience to free up the participants' speech and encourage reflection and discussion on the situations presented. A debate can also be held after the theatrical performance.
  • Practical scenarios. To get down to business, one or more "volunteer" participants are immersed in a situation defined in advance with you.

The aim of raising awareness of the risks of falling on the same level is to prevent accidents associated with moving around offices or communal areas. It provides a better understanding of the different causes of accidentsand their consequences, and helps to bring about a change in behaviour through a number of good practices that can be put in place immediately.

Provision of a prevention coordinator and fire extinguisher equipment.
40 minutes: Theoretical presentation

Objectives: - Identify the means of alert - Present the content of an alert message - Know how to
identify an evacuation route - Identify the different types of extinguisher

20 minutes : Practical application - Handling a fire extinguisher
Objectives: - Putting the dangers of hot gases into practice - Using a fire extinguisher in complete safety
- Handling and extinguishing a real fire.


Present the risks associated with working at height and the basic rules
Demonstrate the rules for harness use (harness adjustment, harness compliance, use and maintenance, harness inspection)
Explain fall factors and demonstrate them using a falling mannequin
Challenging employees and instilling confidence in the equipment by putting them in suspension


Defining the safety culture
Present the Bradley curve
Present the human factors that influence behaviour
Identifying the importance of leadership and commitment
Explain the drivers of motivation


Present the communication process
Identify the advantages and disadvantages of different communication methods
Define a slogan and communicate around it
Using positive/negative feedback

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