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Safety and environmental control of industrial activities in France: A negotiated relationship

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Environmental regulation aims to ensure that industrial activities cause the least possible damage. In France, this includes checks of regulatory compliance by environmental inspectors. In cases of non-or partial compliance, the Environmental Code gives inspectors the power to impose sanctions: fines and/or imprisonment. In theory, the relationship between the "inspector" and the "inspected" refers to a person with powers similar to those of the police who can punish all kinds of non-compliance, and another person considered to be an "offender". In reality, the objective of environmental inspectors is not to apply sanctions, but to promote economic development, by finding solutions that enable compliance with environment protection and safety regulations.
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hal-01063678 , version 1 (29-09-2014)

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Valérie Sanseverino-Godfrin. Safety and environmental control of industrial activities in France: A negotiated relationship. 24th European Safety and Reliability Conference - ESREL 2014, Sep 2014, Wroclaw, Poland. pp.695-700 - ISBN 9781138026810. ⟨hal-01063678⟩
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