Occupational Safety
Resist neoliberal offensive of new labor codes

Four labor codes are set to be operationalized by the government soon. These laws will benefit big corporates at the expense of workers and make organizing more difficult

Six workers killed in Amazon warehouse collapse

Despite a tornado warning, the Edwardsville, Illinois warehouse continued operations

How profits are maximized at the expense of workers’ lives in South Africa

In workplaces across South Africa, workers get sick and injured at their jobs. This has only gotten worse throughout the COVID-19 pandemic

ArcelorMittal is ‘slowly becoming a burial site’

After the deaths of three employees who got trapped in a control room, workers allege that management frequently coerces them to bypass health and safety procedures

Unions demands investigation after death of three workers following explosion at ArcelorMittal plant in South Africa

For 12 hours after the incident, the management of ArcelorMittal, the largest steel producer on the African continent, did not bring in specialists, but used about 10 of its ordinary employees to conduct the search and rescue operation, NUMSA reported

Shell workers Nigeria IndustriALL questions violations of worker rights by Shell in Nigeria

82% of oil giant Shell’s workforce in Nigeria is sourced through labor contractors. As per IndustriALL, the workers “live in poverty with no job security, poor healthcare and little regard for health and safety.”