In this part of the site, you will find help and tools to fill out your Temporary Workstation Sheet (TWS) correctly and as completely as possible. You can fill out your form directly using the online form or use a blank form template in interactive PDF format or WORD format.
Both the online form and blank form template offer help and information at every step through tooltip boxes.
You can also consult a user undertaking manual that guides you step by step in the development of your form. A list of all the data you need to have on hand is also available. Browse it before you start!
Form templates are available in 11 languages: French, Dutch, English, German, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Bulgarian, Turkish and Arabic.
PI-F are detailed technical documents that provide information on various workstations and specific functions (forklift driver, nurse, mechanic, etc.). These are intended to help you complete the TWS by describing the requirements, obligations, risks and points of concern for the various functions.
Warning: these documents are only an aid, only the risk assessment allows to consider all the elements consistent with the specific reality of the workstation in the company.
Here are some links to information sources on the internet. They have been selected for their relevance and reliability. Most of the links are in French.
Temporary work agencies can search the PI-M Centralized Database to see if a temporary worker is still medically fit for the risks mentioned on the workstation sheet.
There is a unique code for each health risk to which a temporary worker may be exposed. These codes are entered on the workstation sheet by the user undertaking. Using the correct code is essential because the occupational physician refers to it to carry out the corresponding health assessment. These codes are one of the elements of the identification number of the workstation sheet. The latter is used by temporary work agencies to search the PI-M centralized database.
Find here all the useful information on health risks, codes and the PI-M Centralized Database.