Pierre Bérastégui

Researcher

Background

Pierre Bérastégui holds a Bachelor Degree in Psychological Sciences (2012 – ULiège), a Master Degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2014 – ULiège) and recently completed his PhD in Cognitive Ergonomics (2019 – ULiège). His thesis focused on the impact of the European Working Time Directive on emergency physicians’ well-being and patient safety. After his PhD, he pursued his research at the Cognitive Ergonomics Laboratory (LECIT) until he joined the ETUI in January 2020. Pierre Bérastégui is working as a researcher in the Health and Safety Department. He is also a member of the Tools and Awareness Raising Advisory Group (TARAG).

Areas of activity

Health and safety, gig economy, musculoskeletal disorders, psychosocial risks

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Exposure to psychosocial risk factors in the gig economy

The ‘gig economy’ refers to a market system in which companies or individual requesters hire workers to perform short assignments. These transactions are mediated through online labour platforms, either outsourcing work to a geographically dispersed crowd or allocating work to individuals in a specific area. Over the last decade, the diversity of... Find out more

Pierre Bérastégui, Stan De Spiegelaere, Christophe Degryse, ...

Benchmarking Working Europe 2020

→ www.benchmarking2020.eu A virus is haunting Europe. And it could strike again. This year’s 20th anniversary issue of our flagship publication Benchmarking Working Europe brings to a growing audience of trade unionists, industrial relations specialists and policymakers a simple warning: beside SARS-CoV-2, the virus that has caused the Covid-19... Find out more

Laurent Vogel, Mehmet Koksal, Jairo Ernesto Luna-García, ...

Occupational health in the courts

With 180 000 work-related deaths every year in the European Union and more than 2.5 million worldwide, occupational health is a crucial issue for workers and trade unions. Knowing that, somewhere in the world, a worker dies every 11 seconds because of a lack of proper prevention, you might wonder whether there is any point in campaigning for more... Find out more