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Ergonomics consultant, consultant in operational safety or in risk management: discover all our careers in consulting.

Ergonomics Consultant

Ergonomics Consultant

The ergonomics consultant seeks the best possible adaptation of a tool for the user. Its scope is broad: occupational safety, hygiene, design of a product or a commercial tool.

I joined Bertin Technologies as a junior ergonomist at the end of my internship. I improved gradually, I gained skills in the course of the missions that were entrusted to me. Now, I develop the Naval Civil Defense account as well as the human factors and socio-organizational expertise on major programs. My management team empowers me with a lot of autonomy and trust to tackle this challenge.

Caroline E.
Safety and Operational Consultant

Safety and Operational Consultant

A Safety and Operational Consultant assesses the reliability, maintainability, availability and security of project infrastructures and systems.

I draw up and draft studies on operational security, risk analyses and nuclear safety dossiers. I regularly take part in facility qualification tests and have discussions with clients and industrial companies about the equipment characteristics. I very much like being close to the field.

Perrine B.
Risk Management Consultant

Risk Management Consultant

A Risk Management Consultant is responsible for the safety and security of installations, using a combination of internal and external resources.

The issues we deal with call on our staff’s many areas of skill and expertise as well as the complementarity between these areas. Thanks to the multidisciplinary nature of the projects I run, I have developed the essential qualities required for proposing a high value-added service offer: the ability to focus on and understand our clients’ challenges, versatility, a rigorous approach and a quality working relationship.

Christelle B.