An article about work-related cancers in metal fabrication has been added to the occupational ill-health section of this website.
The HSE published its fatalities statistics yesterday. They can be found at http://press.hse.gov.uk/2018/hse-releases-annual-workplace-fatality-figu...
Many braved the rain to hear of loved ones who had been lost, and others around the world killed and injured by work, and what needs be done to bring the terrible toll down in future.
This is a local story, strangely, as WMHT member Neil Vernon was one of a delegation of trade unionists who went to Qatar to find out more about the stories of exploitation and virtual slavery of immigrant workers building a stadium for the World Cup, amongst other projects.
How to predict, resist, challenge and combat workplace bullying.
The TUC has produced guidance on workplace fire safety following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
The TUC wants to hear from women safety reps, past and present, about their safety successes at work.
Questions are being asked about asbestos in Worcestershire schools. Councillor Peter McDonald, leader of the County Council’s Labour group, said he had researched and found 140 council-maintained schools in the area contained asbestos.
Over half a million workers are now covered by the TUC’s Dying to Work Charter, which guarantees rights for workers facing a terminal diagnosis. The milestone was reached as Royal Mail Group signed the charter.
Young millennials are more likely to suffer injury at work than older workers, according to new data from the International Labour Organisation.