CDM Lavoisier Laboratories disability policy
Our company is committed to the inclusion of employees with disabilities. Now more than ever, it believes in the positive impact of this strategy in opening minds and fostering goodwill. Our disability policy is based on three major areas: the appointment of a disability adviser, communication with employees and a whole host of actions to promote the recruitment of people with disabilities.
Our company is a partnerof the HandiEMassociation, the disability mission created by the branch agreement signed between the Leem(professional organisation of pharmaceutical companies operating in France) and representative trade unions. Renewed at the beginning of 2020, this agreement provides for :
- The implementation of job facilitation actions (ergonomic studies, workstation layouts, etc…)
- The awarenessraising of all employees regarding the topic of disabilityvia conferences and situational workshops
- The understanding of the steps to obtain disabled worker status
Laboratoires CDM Lavoisier, in partnership with Cap Emploi, is involved in advancing a policy of inclusion and job falication in favour of people with disabilities.
In 2019, we also deployed a partnership with the Amipi Foundation. The Amipi Foundation enables people in situations of cognitive disability to progress through manual work and to find their rightful place in companies.
Our pharmaceutical firm has been involved for many years in humanitarian actions, through the Tulipe association which collects donations from companies in the health sector in order to respond urgently to the needs of populations in distress during acute health crises, natural disasters and conflicts.
Find out more : www.tulipe.org
For several years, Laboratoires CDM Lavoisier has been supporting Marie-Amélie Le Fur.
A true ambassador of her discipline, Marie-Amélie, a disabled athlete from Loir-et-Cher, first took up athletics at the age of 6. After a scooter accident in 2004, she had to undergo an amputation and so abandon her dream of becoming a firefighter.
Only four months later, thanks to the support of family and friends and her own steely determination, she resumed running during the filming of a TV movie. She then continued to progress and put in strong performances at the highest Paralympic level, in the sprint and long jump disciplines
Marie-Amélie Le Fur, 33, ended her career in style at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo, winning a silver medalin the long jump. Also President of the French Paralympic and Sports Committee, she is now focused on helping to prepare the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Find out more : www.marie-amelie-lefur.fr
More recently, we have also been supporting Raphael Beaugillet, a cyclist from Cheverny in France.
In 2009, Raphaël learned that he was suffering from optic neuropathy, a disease which gradually alters the sight.
It is thanks to sport that he got his chin up and started cycling on a tandem bike, first on the road and then on the track. He has now clocked up 22 French championship titles. After his excellent performance at the World Championship in Canada, he is keen to continue his momentum. To that end, he has teamed up with François Pervis, the most prolific medal-winning track sprinter in the world among the able-bodied. In 2021, they won the Bronze medal at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Find out more : voir la page Facebook de Raphaël BEAUGILLET
It’s our way of showing our commitment to the values of courage and determination embodied by these two exceptional athletes.