Decree No.. 2001-1382 Of 31 December 2001 On The Professional Firefighters Working Time

Original Language Title: Decree No. 2001-1382 of 31 December 2001 on the professional firefighters working time

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Implementing legislation Decree No.. 2001-1369 of 31 December 2001 on the entry into force of decrees and summary Application of Article 7(1) of the Law 83-634 of 13 July as 1983.L'application From 1 January 2002 the laws on the organization and reduction of working time supplemented by the decree 2000-815 of 25 August 2000 and 2001-623 of 12 July 2001 applicable to staff of the local government service will lead to change the mode of operation of the departmental body firefighters. The specific missions of the fire and rescue services (SDIS), including the obligation to ensure a permanent operational standby round the clock with sufficient staff, has led them to arrange working cycles corresponding to the needs of the most widespread service. Plans currently mainly rely on 24-hour cycles that alternate periods of intervention, physical training and technical, maintenance, training and permanent. This of traditional organization is however diminishing, especially in large urban centers that are reorganizing in cycles of 132 or even 8:00. The services would, indeed. further modulate the numbers present depending on the case of interventions. This is a rationalization of the missions adapted to needs. This reflection is underway in all the SDIS. However, for social reasons due to old modes of operations, but also technical and budgetary needs as recruitment and training picky, you should accompany this transition in time with the implementation of regulatory measures derogating. If belongs to the legislative body of the public institution to fix, after the competent joint technical committee working time in accordance with the decree of August 25, 2000 referred to above, certain derogations should be fixed by order to authorize reduction of annual working time serving for the calculation of working time. missions particularly to take account of particular constraints due to the specificity of this Decree. The lists, in Article 1, periods should be regarded as actual working time. Two are taken into account, in periods of custody, dressing and undressing time. Indeed, from the gathering, or service outlet, agents are likely to leave to intervene, wearing outfits advocated by specific regulations on health and safety. Furthermore, breaks for taking meals during periods of custody are also taken into account the duration of actual work, since they are made on site and can be interrupted in case of departure in intervention, the officer thus remaining permanently available to the employer. The text provides, in Article 2, derogations in I of Article 3 of the decree of August 25, 2000 under the aforesaid II of that article, particularly as regarding daily working hours extended to 12 hours. By Furthermore, Article 3 authorizes the presence of the agent for a period of 24 hours; However, in this case, the effective working time can not exceed 8 hours. Article 4 SDIS allows to fix it supplements Article 3, a period equivalent to the legal duration of working time. Until 31 December 2004, this Equivalency time is between 2280 and 2520 hours, and from 1 January 2005, this equivalence is between 2160 and 2400 hours time. Article 5 provides, notwithstanding Article 4 and under Article 5 of Decree 90-850 of September 25, 1990, that time equivalency may be increased for professional firefighters housed, by decision of the Board taken after consulting the Technical Joint Committee. Finally, Article 6 states that the impact of the provisions of Article 3 shall be subject to an evaluation before 1 June 2007 by a national commission that will propose arrangements of reorganization working cycles. Keywords JUSTICE, PUBLIC TERRITORIAL TERRITORIAL OFFICER, PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTER, SDIS, departmental SERVICE FIRE AND RESCUE, organization OF WORKING TIME, WORKING HOURS, shorter working week, REDUCTION OF WORKING TIME, RTT, THIRTY FIVE HOURS ORGANIZATION OF WORKING TIME, DAY WORK, REST, REST MINIMUM TERM WORK WEEKLY JORF No.. 1 of January 1, 2002 page Text No. 53. DECREE Decree No. 39. 2001-1382 of 31 December 2001 relating to the time working professional firefighters NOR: INTE0100351D ELI: to AKA: / 31 / 2001-1382 / OJ / Text Prime Minister, On the report of the Minister of Interior, view of the general code of local authorities; Considering Law No. 83-634 of 13 July 1983 as amended, concerning rights and obligations of civil servants, all the law 84-53 of January 26, 1984 as amended, concerning statutory provisions relating to the territorial civil service, in particular Article 7 - 1; Considering Decree No.. 90-850 of September 25, 1990 as amended laying down common provisions for all professional firefighters. Considering Decree No.. 2000-815 of 25 August 2000 on the organization and reduction of working time in the public service of the State; Considering Decree No.. 2001-623 of 12 July 2001 adopted in implementation of Article 7(1) of the law 84-53 of 26 January 1984 on the organization and reduction of working time in the territorial public service. Considering the opinion of the High Council of Territorial Public Service dated 24 October 2001; The Council of State (interior section) heard, Decrees: Article 1 Learn more about this product... The actual working hours of professional firefighters is defined under Article 1 of the decree of August 25 2000 which refers the aforementioned decree of 12 July 2001 referred to above and includes: 1. Time spent in intervention; 2 The guard periods devoted to the gathering that integrates dressing and undressing time, the keeping of registers, physical training, maintenance of professional experience in maneuvers custody, maintenance of premises, equipment and apparatus as well as administrative and technical tasks, breaks for taking meals; 3 service outside row, periods devoted to training measures defined by order of the interior minister, the duration is greater than 8:00, and security or representation. Article 2 More about this article... The daily actual working time defined in Article 1 may not exceed 12 consecutive hours. When this period reached a duration of 12 hours, it is followed by a mandatory service interruption lasting at least. Article 3 More about this article... Given the fire service and rescue missions and operational requirements, a time and attendance higher than the daily range provided for in Article 2 may be set at 24 consecutive hours by the Board of the county fire and rescue service after consulting the Joint Technical Committee. This residence time was followed necessarily an interruption of a duration at least equal service. When the actual working time is part of a cycle presence beyond 12 hours, the period defined in Article 1 shall not exceed eight hours. Beyond this period, agents are only required to perform the procedures. Article 4 More about this article... A cancellation under Article 3 above, a deliberation of the fixed joint technical committee Board of Directors after consulting an equivalency time annual calculation of time of work. The equivalent period shall not be less than 2 280 hours nor more than 2520 hours. As of 1 January 2005, it may not be less than 2 160 hours nor more than 2400 hours. Article 5 More about this article... Notwithstanding Article 4 above, time equivalency may be increased for professional firefighters housed, in accordance with Article 5 of the Decree of September 25, 1990 referred to above. It is fixed by resolution of the Board after consulting the Joint Technical Committee. Article 6 More about this article... The impact of the measures proposed in section 3 of this decree will be before 1 June 2007, an evaluation by a national commission, chaired by the Minister of Inside or his representative, consisting of representatives of legislative bodies and representatives of the staff. In this context, this body will propose, pursuant to the above provisions, arrangements tending to the reorganization of work cycles, including call time. Article 7 More about this article... The Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry, the Minister of the Interior, the Minister of Civil Service and State Reform and Secretary State budget are, in each looks to the execution of this decree, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic. Done at Paris, 31 December 2001. Lionel Jospin By the Prime Minister: The Minister of the Interior, Daniel Vaillant The Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry Laurent Fabius The Minister of Public Service and State reform, Michel FIR The budget the Secretary of State, Florence Parly

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