1. Legal Notice
The site you are currently viewing is property of EN3S – École Nationale Supérieure de Sécurité Sociale (National School for Social Security), an administrative national public institution with head office at
27 rue des Docteurs Charcot
42031 SAINT-ÉTIENNE cedex 2
Telephone: 04 77 81 15 15
APE code: 8542 Z
SIRET code: 194 218 798 000 16
Person responsible for publication: Mr Dominique Libault, Director-General of EN3S
Website design and hosting:
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Telephone: 0 820 698 765
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2. Use of the EN3S marks
The word and visual marks (logos) of the EN3S – École nationale supérieure de Sécurité sociale, SécuDoc, SécuJeunes (and their variations) are protected.
Their use without the written authorisation of CNIL, on any medium, for the promotion of products or services, including for commercial purposes, is prohibited by criminal and civil law.
Their use is allowed for educational purposes only (presentation of EN3S, etc.).
For any other use, please contact us.
3. Personal data protection
Any personal data published on this website must be handled in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation and the recommendations of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL).
In accordance with the Data Protection Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended, you have the right to object to the use of the data concerning you (Article 38), and to access (Article 39), amend or delete (Article 40) such data. You can exercise these rights by contacting the National School for Social Security.
You can exercise your rights, providing proof of your identity:
● by post:
To the attention of the data protection officer
27 rue des Docteurs Charcot
42031 SAINT-ÉTIENNE cedex 2
● by e-mail
4. Access and content
Access to the website is free. However, access to some areas may be restricted to authorised persons, identified by user name and password.
Any unauthorised access or attempted access to reserved areas will be considered to be malicious for the purposes of the Penal Code and will be subject to prosecution.
Any inadvertent unauthorised access must be reported to ENS3S (firstname.lastname@example.org) to enable us to take the necessary measures. Any data collected during such access must not be disclosed.
EN3S makes every effort to offer users accessible and verified information and/or tools. It cannot be held responsible for errors and/or the presence of viruses on the website.
5. Intellectual property
Property rights (reproduction, adaptation, modification, etc.)
The contents published on the EN3S website are copyright-protected. Any reproduction of these contents is subject to the express prior agreement of EN3S, in accordance with Article L.122-4 of the Intellectual Property Code.
You may download or print pages and/or parts of EN3S websites for personal use only. In this case, you must include a reference to the source of the information, namely EN3S.
Unauthorised use of all or part of the contents of this website is strictly prohibited. EN3S reserves the right to take legal action against any such use, including under criminal law, if necessary.
Requests for permission to reproduce or use any content must be addressed to the Communications Department of EN3S (email@example.com). The request must specify the content to be used and the website on which it will appear. The EN3S may grant or refuse authorisation at its sole discretion.
Contents authorised for reproduction must mention EN3S and the URL of the website of origin.
No content of the site may be used for advertising or commercial purposes, or for the purpose of slandering, insulting or defaming.
Links to other websites
EN3S offers on its websites links to third-party websites. These links are provided in agreement with the websites concerned, as deemed appropriate by EN3S and its partners, in light of the content and services offered by such websites.
However, those web pages, whose addresses have been duly verified, are not part of the portal and therefore EN3S accepts no liability for them.
Links to EN3S websites
EN3S authorises all public and private websites, with the exception of websites publishing controversial, pornographic or xenophobic contents to publish a hyperlink to its home page. In this case, please notify our communications (firstname.lastname@example.org) service.
When you browse EN3S websites, cookies are stored on your computer, mobile phone or tablet.
The only cookies used by our websites are for user tracking and do not collect personal data. User tracking tools are used to obtain information about website browsing. In particular, they help us to understand how users reach our website and track their journey.
The data generated by the cookies are transmitted and stored by the user analytics service providers (Google). The data generated by Google are hosted on servers located in the United States. Google uses this information to assess your use of the website but will not cross your IP address with any other data held by Google. Analytics providers may disclose this data to third parties where so required by law or if the third parties in question process the data on their behalf.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer when you visit a website or view an ad. Its purpose is to collect information about your navigation and to send tailored services to your device (computer, mobile or tablet). Cookies are managed by your Internet browser.
To the extent possible, we ensure that the analytics service providers comply fully with the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, as amended, and put in place appropriate data security and protection measures.
Setting your internet browser
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