Coordination of business activities takes the form of an obligation to cooperate in the field of occupational risk prevention established between two or more employers in the following circumstances:
- Where employees from different companies share the same work place in the pursuit of their labour activities.
- When jobs or services inherent to the activity of the main company are contracted or subcontracted.
- When contracting or subcontracting involves the use of machinery, products, raw materials or tools which are provided by the main company, but the work is carried out away from its work centre.
- When the self-employed are engaged in their activity in another work centre.