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Global: Objectif – zéro cancer professionnel

ABVV-FGTB: Chaque année, dans l’Union européenne, on enregistre environ 2,6 millions de nouveaux cas de cancers (sans compter les cancers de la peau qui ne sont pas des mélanomes). La mortalité est de l’ordre de 1,3 million de personnes par an. Chez les hommes, la cause de mortalité principale par cancer est le cancer du poumon; chez les femmes, il s’agit du cancer du sein.

Selon l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS), 20% des cas de cancers sont d’origine génétique et 80% sont attribuables à des facteurs environnementaux. L’OMS estime que 30 à 50% des cancers pourraient être évités grâce à des stratégies de prévention efficaces.

Mais saviez-vous que le cancer est la première cause de mortalité due aux conditions de travail en Europe ? Le cancer cause de 20 à 30 fois plus de décès que les accidents du travail.

Objectif – zéro cancer professionnel (Target – zero cancer at work) Download

Objectif : zéro cancer professionnel

Global: Doel – nul kanker op het werk

AVBB-FTGB: Kanker is nog steeds een belangrijke doodsoorzaak bij sterfgevallen gelieerd aan een beroepsactiviteit. In deze brochure lezen delegees hoe ze het aantal gevallen van kanker op de werkvloer kunnen terugdringen.

Doel – nul kanker op het werk (Target – zero cancer at work) Download

Doel: nul kanker op het werk

Global: ABVV-FGTB – De kankers en hun beroepsgerelateerde oorzaken

 

 

Infogids IVV/Gevaren: de risico’s op beroepskankers in één oogopslag

De kankers en hun beroepsgerelateerde oorzaken – PDF A4
De kankers en hun beroepsgerelateerde oorzaken – PDF A3

Brazil: Month of mobilisation for better working conditions (SINTRACOM Londrina)

SINTRACOM Londrina General Secretary at event opening.

The Union of Construction and Furniture Industries Workers of Londrina (SINTRACOM Londrina), affiliated to Building and Wood Workers’ International (BWI), mobilized during April in a campaign for better health and safety conditions at different worksites of the region.

The union’s directors were present at 48 workplaces where they spoke to workers about potential safety hazards that will lead to injuries and fatal accidents in the construction industry such as falls from heights, burial and electric shock. At the end of the month, a large meeting of the members of the Internal Committees for Accident Prevention (CIPAs) was held, to highlight the importance of the Committee by valuing the work of construction workers.

On the 28th, an action was conducted out placing 209 crosses symbolizing each of the deaths resulting from occupational accidents in the year 2017.

https://www.bwint.org/cms/news-72/april-28-month-of-mobilization-for-better-working-conditions-1399

Spain: 28 de abril, Día Internacional de la Salud y la Seguridad en el Trabajo [CCOO – UGT]

28 DE ABRIL 2019- DÍA INTERNACIONAL DE LA SEGURIDAD Y SALUD EN EL TRABAJO


Lesiones en el sistema musculo esquelético: primera causa de baja laboral en los sectores de CCOO de Construcción y Servicios

Con motivo del 28 de abril, Día Internacional de la Salud y la Seguridad en el Trabajo, desde CCOO de Construcción y Servicios queremos que se visibilicen los trastornos musculo esqueléticos como primera causa de baja laboral y exigir un trabajo sin riesgos

uridad laboral obliga a elegir entre trabajo y salud

En 2018 se registraron más de 1,3 millones de accidentes laborales, 152 cada hora. 652 personas murieron en accidentes de trabajo

CCOO y UGT reclaman la derogación de las reformas laborales, una prevención real en las empresas y el refuerzo de la ITSS y el INSST

Un 28 de Abril atípico

Nos acercamos al 28 de abril de 2019, que, por si alguien no lo recuerda en este contexto de campaña y de mensajes electorales, también es el Día Internacional de la Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo, fecha que habitualmente sirve para recordarnos que el mundo del trabajo produce víctimas, para homenajear y recordar a las propias víctimas y para hacer ance de las políticas preventivas con la esperanza, siempre, de corregir errores y reivindicar cambios que construyan un mundo del trabajo más seguro.

Reconocimiento de las enfermedades profesionales en los sectores feminizados como camareras de pisos y limpieza

Actes commemoratius del Dia Internacional de la Salut i la Seguretat en el Treball

Ver vídeo: https://youtu.be/nohUco2L_9I

28 DE ABRIL 2019 INFORME [pdf]

 

Italy: 28 Aprile – Domani di sarà [FILCA CISL]



Le proposte dei sindacati ed il video del flashmob del 30 aprile in Piazza Montecitorio in occasione del Safe Day, la giornata mondiale della salute e sicurezza sul lavoro                                  

Anche quest’anno FenealUil, Filca-Cisl, Fillea-Cgil organizzano una iniziativa in occasione del SafeDay, la giornata mondiale della salute e sicurezza sui luoghi di lavoro. Il 30 aprile, dalle ore 10:00, saranno in piazza Montecitorio per ricordare tutte le vittime sul lavoro ed illustrare un pacchetto di proposte concrete per contrastare questo dramma nazionale, inviate nei giorni scorsi anche alle massime autorità dello Stato ed ai rappresentanti del Governo. Nel corso dell’iniziativa davanti alla Camera dei Deputati, con la collaborazione di alcuni artisti di strada sarà allestita una installazione dal grande impatto emotivo.

“Purtroppo il nostro settore – ricordano i sindacati – resta uno dei più colpiti dagli infortuni sul lavoro e dal fenomeno delle malattie professionali. La nostra attenzione ed il nostro impegno è continuo, ma la giornata della sicurezza resta un appuntamento importantissimo per coinvolgere tutti, occorre agire – dicono – per contrastare ed eliminare le cause, aumentando i controlli e le ispezioni, contrastando il lavoro nero ed il dumping contrattuale, investendo in prevenzione e formazione. Le proposte non mancano e saremo in piazza anche per rilanciarle e per ricordare che, dopo la Francia, nell’Unione Europea, l’Italia è il paese in cui di lavoro si muore di più, secondo i dati Eurostat confermati dall’Inail nel 2018.

IL VIDEO DEL FLASHMOB 

L’iniziativa sulla stampa on line:

Replica Ansa su

http://www.filleacgil.net/tutto/137-comunicazione/16289-safeday-2019.html

Finland: Rakennusliitto construction union holds 28 April events across Finland

BWI affiliate Rakennusliitto has reported on its 28 April activities in Finland. There was a moment of silence across multiple work sites on Monday 29 April. Each workplace held its own activity with employers joining the event.

Below are pictures from an event held at a Helsinki construction site.

Gibraltar: Unite the Union Gibraltar marks 28 April with a lobby of parliament

Unite the union Gibraltar has posted photographs from the International Workers Memorial Day Ceremony at the Gibraltar lobby of parliament. The theme for this year was “Dangerous Substance get them out of the Workplace.” Facebook

Scotland: International Workers’ Memorial Day 2019 – remember the dead, fight for the living

Staff at UNISON Scotland gathered on Monday 29 April to mark International Workers’ Memorial Day 2019.

Each year on International Workers’ Memorial Day (April 28) we remember the dead and fight for the living. This year’s theme is ‘dangerous substances – get them out of the workplace’.

Around the world one worker dies every 15 seconds. Up to 50,000 people die each year in the UK. Although few UNISON members die in workplace incidents many suffer injuries and work related ill health, from stress or back pain to RSI, bullying, harassment, and workplace violence. These affect them and their families.

Health and safety in our workplaces protects those at work. It also protects those in the wider community. Whether it is a hospital, school or care home, our elderly and vulnerable relatives, our children and our communities are also protected by measures intended to keep everyone safe from harm.

UNISON knows that the key to providing a good and safe service is well-trained employees who have the time and protective equipment to do their job properly.

Today we remember all those killed through work and at the same time continue to work to ensure that such tragedies are not repeated. We will do that by building trade union organisation, and campaigning for stricter enforcement with higher penalties for breaches of health and safety laws. It is a day to remember those who have died or been injured at work.

Unison Scotland

Germany: Workers Memorial Day 2019

BWI affiliate IGBAU has provided photographs of their 28 April event in Berlin. Further details: jelica.tassi@igbau.de • www.igbau.de