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About 8 per cent of full-time medical practitioners in Japan took no days off in the preceding month, while 7 per cent of night-shift doctors put in more than 80 hours of overtime, a union survey has found. Chicago hotel workers this month celebrated a new ‘Hands Off Pants On’ ordinance it says will protect them from harassment. The findings of the survey undertaken by the members’ union Unite, were released on 13 November to coincide with the resumption of industrial action in a long-running dispute. The union said the incidents, which occurred on 8 November, all involved the use of poorly trained ‘contingency guards’ deployed in a bid to break the RMT strike action. A real-time electronic poll of members attending the NASUWT young teachers’ consultation conference found more than four in ten (43 per cent) teachers say workload gets in the way of teaching being considered a career for life. The 150 owner-driver franchisees (ODFs), members of GMB Scotland, staged the 5 December demonstrations at the firm’s depots in Glasgow, Uddingston, Edinburgh and Dundee. Workload is the biggest barrier to young teachers making the profession their career, a conference organised by the teaching union NASUWT has heard. DPD delivery drivers in Scotland have protested over pay cuts and enforced working hours. The memorial, which honours the lives of firefighters Billy Faust and Adam Meere who died while working in 2004, is part of a series to be funded by the FBU’s Firefighters 100 Lottery. A survey of retail employees in the US and UK for Soundtrack Your Brand, part owned by Spotify, found one in six said Christmas tunes “dampen their emotional well-being.” Soundtrack Your Brand survey. Employers in film and TV production should introduce a ‘respect at work’ clause into all contracts to promote workplaces free from bullying and harassment, the union BECTU has said. Urgent action is required to protect workers from cancer risks at work, a major international conference has heard. EU countries have voted to renew the licence of glyphosate, a widely used weedkiller at the centre of a major workplace health and environmental controversy. ITUC news release and portal on gender-based violence. Cuts to fire services and the London Underground safety budget show lessons from the deadly King’s Cross Tube station fire 30 years ago have not been learned, unions have said. Next year’s ILO Conference in June will discuss the development of international labour standards on violence against women and men at work. A South Wales housing association has been fined after workers developed a debilitating vibration-related occupational disease. The report issued by RSSB director of system safety George Bearfield and described by the union as ‘garbage’, reiterates earlier claims from the watchdog that DOO is safe. Huddersfield University news release and related RSSB article.
If you are in West Australia and your job has harmed you, you might be in for a shock – employer are increasingly sitting in on the medicals that follow. The court ruled the law that regulates mineral exploration in the country and allows the use of asbestos in a ‘controlled’ fashion was unconstitutional. The union was commenting after new Home Office figures revealed an 18.6 per cent increase in attacks on firefighters. Unite news release and petition calling for trade union recognition of parliamentary and constituency staff. Rail union RMT has challenged the independence of the industry-funded Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) after it again came out in support of driver only operation (DOO), a system the union says dispenses with the ‘safety critical’ role of train guards. The first of a series of memorial plaques to honour the lives of firefighters who were killed in the line of duty has been unveiled in East London. Christmas music is part and parcel of the festive season for most of us, but there is evidence that over-exposed shop workers find it ho ho horrible. BEIS news release and Letter from BEIS chair Rachel Reeves to Uber. The 38-year-old Bangladeshi man lost a leg and some of the sight in one eye in a Chittagong shipbreaking yard while working on the Zodiac Maritime vessel. The Commons business select committee, which Reeves chairs, asked the company to supply information about how long drivers spend on duty. A London-based shipping company is facing legal action after a worker was seriously injured in Bangladesh while dismantling a ship it managed. Exeter Crown Court heard employee Steven Tolly, 48, was working with colleagues to repair roads in Tiverton, Devon on 29 January 2013 when he sustained fatal injuries after being struck by a vehicle being driven by a member of the public. Taxi firm Uber could be putting passengers and the public at risk by letting its employees work more than 80 hours a week, Labour’s Rachel Reeves has said. South West Highways Limited has been fined £500,000 after the death of a worker who was struck by a vehicle. Judge Huw Rees at Caernarfon Crown Court said: “This was a cost-cutting exercise at the expense of the safety of employees and other people.” HSE news release. Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard how, on 3 July 2015, two social workers employed by the London Borough of Brent visited the home of a vulnerable child to carry out a child safety plan assessment. The criminal safety breaches were identified at Plasterboard Recycling Solutions Ltd during a routine Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspection of their premises in Bedfordshire. A Spanish construction company has been fined £3 million over the death of a worker at a plant near Whitchurch in what was described as a “Russian Roulette” tragedy. A local authority has been fined after two of its social workers were assaulted on a home visit by the mother of a vulnerable child. A plasterboard recycling company has been fined for exposing workers to dust levels up to 20 times the legal limit. Cwmbran Magistrates’ Court heard how Charter Housing Association Ltd reported six cases of Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) following a health surveillance programme launched in June 2015. Trade unions have reiterated their call for a stron g International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention to tackle gender-based violence at work.