Monthly Archives: August 2010

Blacklisting campaign gets national recognition

Members of the Blacklist Support Group collected an ‘Alan’ award at July’s National Hazards Conference in Manchester. They nabbed the biggest prize in safety activism following a highly successful campaign to expose the major construction employers who have operated blacklists targeting union safety activists.
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Blacklisting case heads to full tribunal

An electrician blacklisted from the construction industry won the right to take his case to a full tribunal. Steve Kelly, one of over 3,000 workers whose data was found on an illegal blacklist run by disgraced firm The Consulting Association, believes he was targeted because of his trade union health and safety activity. At a […]
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