A survey of the labour inspection was opened after the suicide in march of an employee of Air France used to be the stopover in Nice for nearly thirty years, has it learned Friday from the family. In a message of condolences addressed to the family, friends and colleagues, and passed to the AFP, the airline said that it had “immediately put in place a system of psychological support in order to support the teams of the airport of Nice”.
“The company will provide its full support to the conduct of the investigation by the authorities,” said Air France.
“Notes in which she speaks of what she has suffered at work”
According to the family, she committed suicide on the night of Sunday to Monday, march 19, at her home with drugs, three and a half years after a first suicide attempt.
The employee of Air France, 53 years of age, has left “notes in which she speaks of what she has suffered at work”, always according to the family.