Who we are?
Presentation of the Workshops
More than 50 years of experience
In 1968: Creation of the Ateliers de Tertre by a few parents and friends of handicapped people in order to ensure the daily occupation of their children while allowing them to value themselves through work.
A beautiful story that continues today...
An economic objective
We obviously pursue an economic objective in order to ensure the sustainability of the company.
We are an economic player in our own right. By entrusting us with work, you join us in our efforts. We are grateful to you.
Who we are?
Our company combines social vocation and economic objectives.
A development of the personnel which implies the respect of the worker, of his integrity and to be with his listening.
A positive and benevolent management, with continuous training where each worker is an actor of his work and feels involved.
The different and complementary profiles of our staff are a strength!
Our expertise and the scope of our activities allow us to adapt to multiple situations with quality, respect for deadlines, and a sense of work well done.
Continuous safety improvement is a major focus to ensure the health and safety of our workers and customers.
Our workshops position themselves as privileged partners for their customers thanks to their flexibility, reactivity and their constant search for solutions.
Currently, the Workshops employ more than 300 people working on 7.5 hectares of which 10,000 m² are built.
An adapted work company
What is an ETA?
Une entreprise de travail adapté (ETA) est une entreprise d’économie sociale qui a pour mission prioritaire de favoriser l’inclusion par le travail de la personne en situation de handicap :
- by enabling them to access useful, adapted and paid work;
- by allowing him/her to train, to improve professionally and to develop his/her skills in a continuous way.
Workers with disabilities are hired by ETAs under an employment contract, which provides them with a guaranteed level of pay, social status and job security, in working conditions adapted to their efficiencies.
Each team of workers is supervised by monitors who demonstrate recognized technical and social skills. This supervision ensures the quality of the work performed.
The ETAs are not-for-profit organizations, but they operate like real companies. Every day, they carry out careful work and produce quality products for their customers, within the allotted time and at market prices.