ARS Hauts-de-France and the Fund for the Integration of Disabled People in the Civil Service (FIPHFP) have just signed a partnership agreement to promote the employment of people with disabilities within the agency.
For several years, ARS Hauts-de-France has been implementing actions to promote the integration and continued employment of people with disabilities, structured since October 2021 as part of its Handi’go policy. As of December 31, 2022, it employed 59 beneficiaries of the employment obligation, or 9% of its workforce.
By signing this agreement which extends over a period of 3 years, the ARS reaffirms its commitment to the integration, continued employment and training of people with disabilities. Thanks to a budget of €253,000 (€160,000 FIPHFP and €93,700 ARS), actions already implemented within the ARS will be reinforced.
ARS Hauts-de-France is committed to achieving 3 objectives:
– Recruit and retain new agents with disabilities,
– Guarantee consistency between the policies implemented by the agency externally in favor of an inclusive society and the professional equality and integration policy implemented internally,
– Develop the participation of staff representatives, agents with disabilities and their managers in the ongoing process of improving the disability policy within the ARS.
Through this agreement, the ARS will continue its actions along the following lines:
- Communication, awareness-raising and training of all agents on how to approach disability and combat negative representations or prejudices. This area also aims to encourage agents to be better informed about their rights and to make their situation known to the employer.
- Recruitment of people with disabilities: the objective is to maintain or even increase the employment rate at the ARS, higher than the legal rate, and to develop learning through new partnerships.
- Tenure and integration: the objective is to guarantee fair treatment with the assistance of the diversity referent and to promote integration by setting up a suitable integration path
- Professional development: the diversity referent checks whether there has been any discrimination linked in particular to disability
- The objective of maintaining employment is to improve support systems when taking up a position and to reduce the time taken for the recommended adjustments.
About the FIPHFP
Created by the law of February 11, 2005 and implemented at the end of 2006, the FIPHFP, Fund for the integration of disabled people into the civil service, finances recruitment, job retention, training and accessibility actions. people with disabilities in the three sides of the Civil Service (ministries, cities, departmental and regional councils, hospitals, etc.). It operates throughout the country and for all public employers by offering one-off assistance on its online platform, or through multi-year agreements with employers and as part of the accessibility program. Since its creation, the civil service employment rate has increased from 3.74% in 2006 to 5.45% in 2022.
The FIPHFP is a national public establishment placed under the supervision of the ministers responsible for people with disabilities, the State civil service, the territorial civil service, the hospital civil service and the budget” (decree no. 2006-501 of May 3, 2006).
Its administrative management is ensured by Caisse des Dépôts.
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About the HDF Regional Health Agency
The Hauts-de-France Regional Health Agency (ARS) carries a 360-degree policy in the region, in line with the Ministry of Health and Prevention, to protect and improve the state of health of the population, but also to reduce social and territorial health inequalities.
Transversal. Responsible for piloting and implementing health policy in the region, the ARS intervenes in a series of fields of action: health security, environmental health, prevention, access and regulation of supply in the outpatient, hospital and medico-social, deployment of e-health…The ARS promotes, in particular through the Regional Health Project (PRS), a global and structured health pathway logic whose keystone is the coordination of health actors.
Territorial. Present in the five departments of the region, the ARS is convinced that regional health policy must take into account territorial specificities, local health needs and develop tailor-made strategies in conjunction with local communities and stakeholders. health in the territories.
Partnership. The ARS places its action at the heart of a national, regional and local health ecosystem: public or associative operators, state services and health insurance organizations, health democracy, elected officials, orders and federations, professionals and establishments health or medico-social, users, etc. Each of the Agency’s projects and policies thus has a partnership dimension.