Published the Feb. 1, 2024

Sarah Née, Manager of the Health, Safety and Environment Department

Originally from the Indian Ocean, Sarah Née has moved between the worlds of teaching and the environment. Her experience in the fields of prevention, hygiene, health and the environment began in 2008 on the island of Mayotte, initially working with epidemiologists specialising in emerging diseases, and later as coordinator of a team of health and environment technicians. A commitment in the field to help prevent health risks and combat water, air and soil pollution. To gain a better understanding of the interactions between societies and their environment, she turned to scientific research and joined the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. Then, with a view to studying the management of change, she continued her studies in Environmental Sciences in an Industrial Environment - communication option, and worked with an environmental think-tank on the drafting and publication of information brochures to promote sustainable development practices in the French regions. In 2020, she joined the Ile-de-France Chamber of Commerce and Industry as a teacher-trainer in Environmental Health Prevention and Occupational Health and Safety. After training at INRS (Institut National de Recherche et Sécurité), and experience as an HSE officer in a company, Sarah joined CNRS, taking up her post at C2N on 1 February 2024.

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At C2N, his main role as Head of the Health, Safety and Environment Department is to assist and advise management in drawing up and implementing a policy for preventing occupational hazards and protecting the environment.
It aims to reduce and control risks by defining preventive actions, training staff and drawing up prevention programmes. It also ensures the reliability of installations and their proper operation.
It also contributes, through C2N's Local Health, Safety and Working Conditions Committee (CLHSCT), to protecting the health and safety of staff and improving their working conditions.   

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