Companies are still very poor at dealing with the death of a colleague or a relative, whether it is a natural death, accident, illness or suicide. Pétillances now helps on two levels. Prevention first, to use training to equip the workers of the company to deal with the shock when it occurs. Then by supporting employees and teams facing death through the establishment of psychological support cells. Death must not remain a taboo subject and it requires specific preparedness, just like all the other psychosocial risks we work on every day.
Death is part of life and concerns every human being, regardless of their function, origin, hierarchy or history. We wanted to demystify it, creating in particular an easy-to-use educational tool called Chemin du Deuil (“Path of Mourning”). Combined with our Burnout Ruler, it supports the company’s stakeholders in the prevention of psychosocial risks.