In Germany, SVLFG supports nursing relatives through an adapted programme of training and recovery.Â Indeed, the share of nursing relatives (family caregivers) within the agricultural sector is higher than in other sectors. Read more!
SVLFG sets up a psychosocial network to help people face the consequences of traumatic events, hence aiming at preventing chronic stress disorders. Read more!
If you want to learn more about Enasp, download the Enasp’s booklet „The social protection for rural populations of Europe“ (50 pages in English and French). It gathers useful information about Enasp’s network and its members.
- General overview of the six agricultural social protection systems in the EU
- Presentation of eachÂ Enasp’s members
- Fact sheets
Since 1st January 2014, French independent farmers benefit from a new right and will receive cash sickness benefits in case of cessation of work because of an illness or a private accident. The creation of this allowance represents a considerable social achievement for MSA who mobilized to achieve it.
This Health & Security at Work 5 years plan stems from a participative approach. It concerns the large variety of French agricultural jobs and the whole set of agricultural bodies and presents the shared orientations of all its stakeholders for 5 years.
In a context of national consultation aimed at improving working conditions, the MSAâ€™s entire network (35 MSA funds), supported by the Central Fund, has developed specific strategies implemented through national actions and regional or local projects. More than 600 Health and Security at Work experts (prevention advisers and occupational doctors) are at the core of this national policy and as close to the reality of practices as possible.
The Central Fund is responsible/in charge of the Plan strategic coordination, pooling and dialogue in order to promote prevention within agricultural enterprises and towards salaried workers, employers and farmers. The Central Fund also represents the institution before the other national partners. Read more!
Change on the minimum size for compulsory insurance / Agricultural entrepreneursâ€™ compulsory insurance will now depend on the minimum size of their farm. Read more!
In the framework of health programmes developed by SVLFG, one of them regarding the impact of the agricultural business transfer on health has been scientifically supported and positively evaluated by the Institute of Quality Assurance in Prevention and Rehabilitation (IQPR)/a German Sport University’s institute, Cologne.Â Its positive results turned the programme into a standard offer.
Meeting of representatives adopts uniform contribution standards throughout Germany for agricultural accident and health insurance – further savings are inevitable. Read more!