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Two electricians on a Birmingham Central Electrical Services building site saved a colleague's life by administering CPR just 3 weeks after completing a First Aid course.

A national Work-Stress Network annual conference was held in Rednal on 22/3 Nov.

A series of intensive construction site inspections has revealed a health time bomb facing workers. Over a two week period Health and Safety Executive inspections visited 560 sites.

Scores of Labour MPs have thrown their support behind the campaign to end the exploitation of migrant workers in Qatar.

A recent Building Workers International mission to Qatar uncovered shocking human rights abuses, with migrant construction workers being worked to death.

Rachel Reeves, the Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, stated that the next Labour Government will act to provide fresh assistance to victims of asbestos.

Construction union UCATT are demanding that the Government takes immediate action after an international employment agency, which operates in the UK, was discovered to be blacklisting workers who joined a trade union.

Come along to International Workers' Memorial Day 2015 in Birmingham and other Midlands venues, to highlight the scandal of the high numbers of work-related deaths and injuries.