Heath and Professional Career Survey / HPC

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Dernière mise à jour le : 24/05/2012

Présentation de l'opération

Organisme producteur :

- Research, studies and statistics department (Dares) of the Ministry for Labour;

- Research, studies, appraisal and statistics department (DREES) of the Ministry for Health.

Type d'opération :

Panel Survey

Objectifs :

The survey Health and Professional Career aims at apprehending the links between health and professional career and their temporal lags. It is established according to an innovative protocol introduced by a scientific committee which validated the methodological choices.

The survey Health and Professional Career aims at two main objectives:

- on the one hand, better know the health determinants connected to work conditions and to the careers. How the physical and organizational conditions of the work, the exposures to risks, the discontinuities and breaks of  career, over time, contribute to build, to protect or to weaken the health of the individuals?

- on the other hand, allow to spot the impact of the health on the career of the persons, the chances of career or the possible discriminations which they were able to meet. To what measure the events of health, whether they are determined or not by the professional environment, infer breaks or on the contrary are compatible with a continuity of the professional career, according to the individual and collective resources which the persons can rely on?

An additional objective was fixed for the wave 2010: have an observation of the psychosocial risks (RPS) incurred by the whole population having an employment at the date of the survey.

Thèmes abordés :

The questioning of the first wave concerns:- the main characteristics and the striking events of the family life in the childhood and in the grown-up life, as well as the changes connected to the professional life;

- the professional career;
- the characteristics of the current work, the income of the household;
- the current and past various social activities;
- a set of questions on some dimensions of health, past or current, the questions of self-assessment of the health, the statement of functional disabilities, pains or limitations of activities declared at the date of the survey.

The second wave collects:
- similar elements on the health and on the work status for 2010;- additional elements on psychosocial risks at the date of the survey;
- the main evolutions of the professional career, the health and the family situation between 2006 and 2010.

Champ de l'opération

Champ géographique :

Metropolitan France

Champ(s) statistique(s) couvert(s) :

For the Panel group: the individuals between 20 and 74 years old in 2006, and living in ordinary housing, that is to say independent local with residential use. The mobile houses (trailers, boats) and communities (institutions and communities) are not part of ordinary housing.RPS group: the working population at the date of the survey living in ordinary housing.

Caractéristiques techniques

Unité statistique enquêtée :

Individual

Période et mode de collecte :

Punctual in two waves (in 2006 and in 2010)

Historique :

2006

Plan de sondage :

The survey HPC contains:

- a longitudinal part, called Sample group, formed of persons who answered to both survey waves (in  2006 and 2010) and persons died between the two waves;

- a transversal part, called RPS (psychosocial risks), formed of an additional sample of working population questioned in 2010, coupled with the working population (in 2010) of the part Sample group.

Méthodologie :

The survey Health and Professional Career is based on a double interrogation spaced out of four years (at the end of 2006 and at the end of 2010).

A first wave was realized in 2006, the survey of 2010 is a re-interview.

Autres spécifications :

The survey Health and Professional Career follows an innovative protocol introduced by a scientific committee which established and validated the methodological choices to apprehend the links between health and professional career and their temporal lags.