Each year the contribution rates are determined by the CRAMIF or CARSAT services and defined by a ministerial order. Objective to enable companies to contribute (employer contribution) and protect employees.
This contribution rate varies depending on the size of the (national workforce), the business sector (risks incurred by the employees), the loss of the institution concerned. The rate is given every year to businesses.
Each activity has a “risk code” determined by based on the main activity for the largest number of employees in the the company. 2 digits 2 letters (ex 55 3BC), 208 nomenclature risks in 9 sectors. This code should not be confused with the APE code (rather economic indicator). the risk code determines the risk incurred by the Employees.
There are 3 types of pricing:
- Collective pricing for companies less than 20 employees. The rate is defined collectively according to the of sectoral elements
- Individual pricing for companies 250 employees. The rate is calculated from the elements of the the establishment
- Mixed pricing for companies between 21 and 249 employees
The purpose of the calculation method is to rely on the the company’s disaster. In this way there is now, since 2018, a a real financial impact on the contribution rate in a sense as in the the other to “reward” the efforts and actions of prevention.
Source: Conference CRAMIF Preventica 2019 Ff