Keywords sustainable development, ecology, public service of the State, decentralized SERVICE, INSTITUT NATIONAL DE L'INFORMATION geographical and forest, IGN, staff, working time, Labour Organization programmed, time of work, REDUCTION in working time, RTT, daily hours of work, ORGANISATION of time working, working day, rest MINIMUM, weekly hours of work, guarantee minimum, DEROGATION JORF n ° 0197 August 27, 2014 text no. 4 order No. 2014-958 22 August 2014 on derogations from the minimum guarantees duration work and rest periods applicable to certain personnel of the national Institute of geographic information and forest NOR: DEVD1326540D ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2014/8/22/DEVD1326540D/jo/texte Alias: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2014/8/22/2014-958/jo/texte interested Publics: employees of the national Institute of geographic and forestry information (IGN) whose activity may require a particular work organization.
Subject: conditions for a derogation from the minimum guarantees of duration of work and rest, in certain specific situations of work.
Entry into force: the text comes into force the day of its publication.
Notice: the specific missions of the IGN require to implement in certain situations, work organizations adapted.
This Decree regulates the perimeter of derogations from the minimum guarantees of time of work and rest that can be applied to some of the IGN.
These derogations may be implemented as part of a work organization programmed since the activities concerned require to ensure a continuity of service. They can also be implemented as part of a system of random interventions organized to ensure continuity of service, particularly in call.
References: the resulting provisions of this decree can be accessed on the Legifrance (http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr) site.
The Prime Minister, on the report of the Minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy and the Minister of agriculture, agri-food and forest, spokesman for the Government, having regard to directive 2003/88/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 November 2003 concerning certain aspects of the organisation of working time;
Considering Decree No. 2000-815 of 25 August 2000 as amended relating to development and the reduction of working time in the public service of the State and the judiciary, particularly article 3 thereof;
Having regard to the opinion of the Technical Committee of the national Institute of geographic and forestry information dated March 18, 2013;
Having regard to the opinion of the High Council of the public service of the State dated November 29, 2013;
The Council of State (administration section) heard, decrees: chapter I:: provisions applicable to the activities of an organization of programmed work Article 1 more on this article...
For activities taking place with an arrangement of the work programmed, designed to ensure continuity of service and whose schedules were arrested prior to each service level, may be waived with minimum guarantees of time of work and rest periods laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 25 August 2000 above I under the conditions referred to in articles 2 to 4 of this Decree.
Article 2 more on this article...
Care or monitoring of the national Institute of geographic and forest information infrastructure, the daily hours of effective work can reach 12 hours and the maximum amplitude of the working day can reach thirteen hours.
Article 3 read more on this article...
The daily duration of the actual work can reach 12 hours, the maximum amplitude of the working day can reach fifteen hours and the duration of the continuous daily rest period may be reduced to nine hours for: has) the custody or supervision of temporary outdoor yards, having regard to the nature of the activities that are carried out there;
b) work must be must be performed within a specified time due to their nature, such as monitoring of measuring apparatus;
c) aerial photographs.
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In consideration of the constraints that are imposed, officers who carry out the activities referred to in articles 2 and 3 receive addition breaks provided for in article 3 of the Decree of 25 August 2000 referred to above, breaks of a duration of at least forty-five minutes for meals within the working day managed. The hours worked by these agents in excess of a daily 10 hours effective working time are enhanced to twenty-five per cent and are compensated in the form of a rest. These agents have in addition, where appropriate, the financial compensation under the compensatory regime that is applicable to them.
Chapter II: Provisions applicable to random interventions Article 5 in more on this article...
Random action is an action designed to meet special or event uncertain or unpredictable, weather conditions that require further action immediately to ensure the continuity of the service or for the protection of persons and property.
Random interventions, including call, can lead to derogations from the minimum guarantees laid down in the I of article 3 of the Decree of 25 August 2000 referred to above, under the conditions laid down in articles 6 and 7 of this Decree.
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In the case of random interventions, the minimum daily rest period of 11 hours may be interrupted or reduced.
If, within twenty-four hours prior to a scheduled service outlet, an agent has received to a continuous daily rest period below or equal to seven hours due to one or several random interventions, this agent is placed at rest for a period of eleven consecutive hours, at the end of the last of these interventions. The next service taken shall be postponed accordingly.
When during the same week and if it has not received the compensation provided for in the second subparagraph, an agent is required to reduce for a second time its continuous below nine hours daily rest period, it is placed at rest at the end of his last speech, for a period of eleven consecutive hours. The next service taken shall be postponed accordingly.
If the length of random statements in a same period between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. is more than four hours and he did not receive a continuous daily rest period of 11 hours, the agent is also placed at rest at the end of his last speech, for a period of eleven consecutive hours. The next service taken shall be postponed accordingly.
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In the case of random interventions, the minimum weekly rest period may be interrupted or reduced.
When continuous weekly rest is less than 24 hours because of an intervention, the agent is placed at rest, at the end of this intervention, a new period of 35 consecutive hours.
Article 8 more on this article...
Minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy, the Minister of finance and public accounts, the Minister of decentralization and public service, the Minister of agriculture, agri-food and forest, spokesman of the Government, and the Secretary of State in charge of the budget are responsible, each in relation to execution of this Decree which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Is August 22, 2014.
Manuel Valls by the Prime Minister: the Minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy, Ségolène Royal the Minister of finance and public accounts, Michel Sapin Minister of decentralization and public service, Marylise Lebranchu the Minister of agriculture, agri-food and forest, Government spokesman Stéphane Le Foll Secretary of State responsible for the budget Christian Eckert