We have governmental agencies that are set up to hide this fact from the population or to mask it. We have all the data being skewed to hide the severity of what is happening from the population for as long as possible. We have friends behind the curtain that know this is going on and want it to stop. I truly believe we have a growing number of allies behind the curtain that want this to stop as bad as we do.
In response, the TUC has published a guide to diesel exhaust that highlights the practical and simple steps that employers can take to protect their workers. TUC news release and Diesel exhaust in the workplace: A TUC guide for trade union activistsOctober Unions and employers want reprotoxins action The chemical industry and trade unions have agreed a future framework to better protect European Union workers from the risks associated with exposure to substances toxic to reproduction.
The union was speaking out after finding new guidance was issued to coroners in England and Wales, following the unprecedented letter of concern in April this year from the senior coroner in the inquest into the death of Unite member and British Airways cabin crew Matthew Bass. Why Matt died website.
Socialists and Democrats news release.
Destitute migrants ravaged by work dust disease Migrant workers dying of horrific dust-related lung diseases are struggling to pay for medical treatment or to raise enough money to cover their funeral costs. South China Morning Post. No place for vaping in the workplace Caving into pressure from Big Tobacco to allow vaping in enclosed workspaces could put non-vaping workers in harm's way, the TUC has warned.
The Mirror and related editorial. In a prosecution brought by Colchester Borough Council, Perrywood Garden Centre and Nurseries Ltd admitted to three criminal safety offences after a member of staff developed breathing difficulties after clearing up a spill of garden chemicals in April Colchester Borough Council news release.
East Anglian Daily Times.
HSE asks who you gonna call? HSE pointers - is your site ready for a health inspection? Toxic substances are a global health crisis The UN Human Rights Council has been told that exposure of workers to toxic substances can and should be considered a form of exploitation and is a global health crisis.
A UN expert on hazardous substances and wastes, Baskut Tuncak, told the Council that governments and companies must strengthen protection for workers, their families and their communities from any exposure to toxic chemicals.
Report of the Special Rapporteur on the implications for human rights of the environmentally sound management and disposal of hazardous substances and wastesOHCHR, TUC South West event page. British Coal coke oven worker gets lung disease payout A court judgment in a group action brought on behalf of British Coal coke oven workers and their families, has seen another former miner awarded compensation, opening the way for many more settlements.
Workers who contracted respiratory diseases including emphysema, chronic bronchitis and lung cancer, as well as skin cancer, they believe were caused by exposure to harmful fumes at coking plants in England and Wales are seeking compensation.
Irwin Mitchell Solicitors news release. Hugh James Solicitors news release. Relative risk - In the courts, it is relatively easy to evade work cancer justice, Hazards online report, June The unprecedented 10 August verdict delivered by the San Francisco, California jury in favour of Dewayne Johnson, 46, will weigh heavily on the more than 4, similar cases already lodged in the US alleging a glyphosate link to the blood cancer non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
US Right to Know statement. Birmingham University news release.
Aaron Scott and others. Pro-inflammatory effects of e-cigarette vapour condensate on human alveolar macrophagesThorax, Online first, 13 August Black lung hits a year high in coal belt One in five working US coal miners in central Appalachia who have worked at least 25 years now suffer from the coal miners' disease, black lung.
In addition to the heightened rates of disease, the study found that the most severe form of disease — progressive massive fibrosis — now occurs in 5 per cent of veteran miners in the region, the highest rate ever recorded.
Published online ahead of print. Cancer-stricken worker puts Monsanto on trial A worker stricken with a life-threatening cancer he believes was caused by his regular use of the pesticide glyphosate is taking its manufacturer, Monsanto, to court.
Dewayne Johnson, a former school groundskeeper whose doctors believe may have little time to live, began his job in and in was diagnosed with the rare blood cancer Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma NHL.“The HIV-causes-AIDS dogma is the grandest fraud that has ever been perpetrated on young men and women of the Western world.
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