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Pluralisme juridique, sécurité industrielle et globalisation : une étude de cas dans la chimie

Abstract : This article describes the management of process safety in a French industrial site of a US transnational chemical company. The actors of this French subsidiary of an US group are subject to several regulations and standards at national level, but also at a supra national level, especially European. They must implement them in a particular socio-technical context that requires adaptations. These adjustments are often the subject of various negotiations between the actors of the factory under consideration, with the actors of the group (corporate) and the national control authorities. These actors have indeed to deal with the process safety management regulation developed in the US at the federal level and translated into production and safety standards (procedures, tools, etc.) to regulate process safety in an increasingly homogeneous manner in the various sites around the world. It is therefore an empirical presentation of legal pluralism that this text invites.
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Michèle Dupré, Jean-Christophe Le Coze. Pluralisme juridique, sécurité industrielle et globalisation : une étude de cas dans la chimie. Communitas, Faculté de science politique et de droit, l’Université du Québec à Montréal., 2021, La pluralité de normativités en matière de sécurité et de santé du travail, 1 (2). ⟨ineris-03523450⟩



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