Santé et sécurité

05 July 2021 08:00

Brésil: Les syndicats veulent qu’une multinationale paie 7,5 milliards de dollars pour l'effondrement du barrage en 2019

 

BWI’s Dam Network and the social movements of Minas Gerais in Brasil called on multinational company (MNC) Vale to pay the government BRL 38 billion (USD 7.5 billion) to repair the damages caused by the collapse of its “Brumadinho” dam in January 2019, resulting in the death of 270 people, most of whom are members of the BWI-affiliated SITICOP-MG. Lire la suite...


24 June 2021 05:59

Five people were killed and another nine were critically injured at a construction site in Antwerp, Belgium on 19 June after a section of a school building under construction collapsed, pulling down the scaffolding supporting it. Lire la suite...


16 June 2021 02:21

On 9 June, nine people were killed and another eight were injured when a five-story building undergoing demolition collapsed and buried a bus carrying 17 passengers in Gwangju, South Korea.
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09 June 2021 22:10

BWI submits to ILO 300+ joint union-employer declarations supporting OHS as a right

The Building and Woodworkers’ International (BWI) submitted to the International Labour Conference more than 300 joint trade union-employer declarations supporting the recognition of occupational health and safety (OHS) as a fundamental right.
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08 June 2021 00:55

The 1.4 million-strong Unite the Union signed a joint declaration with Hinkley Point C EDF, Nuclear New Project in the United Kingdom recognising the importance of occupational health and safety (OHS). Lire la suite...


03 June 2021 06:03

Leading to BWI's World Council Meetings on 7-8 June, we are happy to release the Spanish and Portuguese versions of the BWI General Secretary Report for 2021.Lire la suite...


21 May 2021 13:09

Le Syndicat national des travailleurs de la construction et des industries similaires du Panama (SUNTRACS) mène la campagne de l'IBB sur les lieux de travail sains et sûrs en Amérique latine et dans les Caraïbes (ALC).Lire la suite...


21 May 2021 12:32

Poursuivant la campagne de l'Alliance mondiale pour des lieux de travail sains et sûrs de l'IBB, le Syndicat des travailleurs de la construction de la République d'Argentine (UOCRA) a signé 11 "déclarations de santé et de sécurité" avec les entreprises de construction et les groupes d'employeurs du pays, reconnaissant la santé et la sécurité au travail comme un droit fondamental de tous les travailleurs. Lire la suite...