Every year on April 28 workers around the world commemorate the lives of their workmates, loved ones and friends who have been tragically killed or had the trajectory of their lives thrown off course by a serious work-related injury or illness.
This year is no different.
During COVID-19 workers are still suffering; they are still dying and they are being injured and maimed on the job.
The statistics still reflect the inaction of governments and regulators and the callousness and greed of employers, who know they are never going to be at risk of a physical, mental or emotional injury from the work they do.
En este vídeo sobre el 28 de abril, Día Internacional de la Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo, Vicente Sánchez destaca la situación actual que estamos viviendo con motivo del COVID19, y las repercusiones a nivel psicosocial que este escenario conlleva para los trabajadores y trabajadoras CCOO