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16 Sept 2022 – Over 33,000 HCWs contracted COVID-19

Published by rudy Date posted on September 16, 2022
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Published by rudy Date posted on March 31, 2021

Ten workers died, 4 injured or ill, in seven* serious work incidents in the Philippines in January-March 2021, an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show.  The lockdowns, plant closures, suspension of operations contributed to the ‘low’ level of incidents and deaths. [Read more.]

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Published by rudy Date posted on September 2, 2020

Fifty-one workers were killed, four injured or ill, in seven* serious work incidents in the Philippines in January-July 2020, an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show. One incident in agriculture, another in a mill warehouse, one in a construction area, one construction worker on the way to work,  one March medevac airplane incident, one…

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Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on June 16, 2019

Twenty-four workers were killed, thirteen workers were injured and six missing in 18 serious workplace incidents in the Philippines in January – May 2019 – an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show. Most of those killed were in Mining (seven) and Construction (four). Four workers died, eight were injured and three (corrected) were missing…

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Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on June 9, 2019

Twenty-three workers were killed, thirteen workers were injured and six missing in 17 serious workplace incidents in the Philippines in January – May 2019 – an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show. Most of those killed were in Mining (seven) and Construction (four). Four workers died, eight were injured and three (corrected) were missing from…

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Eighteen workers killed

Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on May 5, 2019

Eighteen workers were killed, eleven workers were injured and six missing in 13 serious workplace incidents in the Philippines in January – April 2019 – an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show. Most of those killed were in Mining (five) and Construction (four). Four workers died, eight were injured and three (corrected) were missing…

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Seventeen workers were killed

Published by cedric Date posted on April 26, 2019

  Seventeen workers were killed, eleven workers were injured and 23 missing in ten serious workplace incidents in the Philippines in January – April 2019 – an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show. Most of those killed were in Mining (five) and Construction (four). Four workers died, eight were injured and 20 were missing…

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Over 90 employees of quake-hit Pampanga supermart remain unaccounted for–Pineda

Published by cedric Date posted on April 26, 2019

Over 90 employees of quake-hit Pampanga supermart remain unaccounted for–Pineda By: Tonette Orejas – @ttorejasINQ Inquirer Central Luzon / 01:15 PM April 23, 2019 CITY OF SAN FERNANDO — The rest of the more than 90 employees of the ill-fated Chuzon Supermarket in Porac town in Pampanga could not be accounted for, according to Vice Governor Dennis Pineda, who…

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Published by cedric Date posted on April 19, 2019

Twelve workers were killed, three workers were injured and three missing in eight serious workplace incidents in the Philippines in January – March 2019 – an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show. Most of those killed were in Mining (five) and Construction (four).  

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Isa, patay sa sunog sa isang warehouse ng furniture sa Muntinlupa City. #SuperBalitaSaTanghaliNationwide

Published by rudy Date posted on April 4, 2019

Isa, patay sa sunog sa isang warehouse ng furniture sa Muntinlupa City. #SuperBalitaSaTanghaliNationwide — DZBB Super Radyo (@dzbb) April 4, 2019

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July 15 – World Youth Skills Day

“Skills for everyone in times of AI!”

 

Invoke Article 33 of the ILO constitution
against the military junta in Myanmar
to carry out the 2021 ILO Commission of Inquiry recommendations
against serious violations of Forced Labour and Freedom of Association protocols.

 

Accept National Unity Government
(NUG) of Myanmar.
Reject Military!

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Time to support & empower survivors.
Time to spark a global conversation.
Time for #GenerationEquality to #orangetheworld!
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