The Prime Minister,
On the report of the Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry, Minister of Equipment, Transport and Housing and the Minister of Public Service and State Reform,
In view of Decree No. 2000-815 of 25 August 2000 on the development and reduction of working time in the public service of the State, and in particular Article 8 thereof;
Having regard to the opinion of the Joint Ministerial Technical Committee of 22 October 2001;
In view of the opinion of the State Civil Service Council of 4 December 2001;
The Council of State (Finance Section) heard,
The presence of personnel serving in continuous service at the beacon guard and beacons is:
177 days, which is 4,248 hours, per year and per agent, for personnel assigned to land;
164 days, or 3,936 hours, per year and By agent, for personnel assigned at sea.
These durations are equivalent to an effective working time of 1,600 hours, calculated taking into account nightime, Sunday and holiday work enhancements
Time The presence of personnel assigned to the operation of locks on inland waterways and subject to service obligations during the entire opening period of those works to navigation is 2,500 hours per year and per agent, corresponding To a weekly average of 55 hours.
This duration is equivalent to an effective working time of 1,600 hours.
This equivalence regime is maintained until December 31, 2004.
The Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry, the Minister of Equipment, Transportation and Housing, the Minister of the Public Service and The reform of the State and the Secretary of State for the budget are responsible, each as far as it is concerned, for the implementation of this Decree, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic
Done at Paris, February 22, 2002.
By the Prime Minister:
The Minister of Equipment,
des transports et du logement,
Minister of the Economy,
Finance and Industry,
The Minister of the Public Service
and the Reform of State,