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Leaving the EU could put millions of people in the UK at increased risk of accidents or injuries in the workplace, says a TUC report published yesterday (28 April 2016) to coincide with International Workers’ Memorial Day.
With health and work being closely linked, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has today published guidance on well-being at work.
On Workers’ Memorial Day the TUC has warned that the government’s attacks on key health and safety legislation threaten even more accidents, injuries and deaths at work.
The TUC has warned that government plans to remove regulatory powers from the Gangmasters Licensing Authority will put thousands of vulnerable workers at risk.
The TUC has issued a new ten-point safety at work manifesto.
On 24 November 2012, a factory in Bangladesh, Tazreen Fashions, went up in flames killing at least 120 workers and injuring 150 more.
Government plans to abolish safety inspections in thousands of UK businesses will put the health of millions of workers at risk, say union leaders.
A recent TUC survey reveals that more than one in five workers are being illegally forced to pay for safety equipment out of their own pockets.
Britain's trade unionists have been taking part in International Workers' Memorial Day, to remember thousands who have died at work.
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