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Make or break
Time to turn and fight for decent, secure, healthy workWorkers should not be disposable. And work should not be a spirit-sapping, body-breaking grind. Hazards warns bad jobs are driving us over the edge and says it is time to turn and fight for basic decency, security and rights at work.
Hazards 138, feature and poster, June 2017

Blue murder
Tower block inferno must mean an end to the Tory deregulation fetish Tory policies attacking regulators, services, welfare, employment rights and fire, building, product and workplace safety and environmental protection didn't hurt everyone. But for the worst affected, they were deadly.
Hazards 138, June 2017

Women's work?
Ignore occupational risks to women and you hurt us allEver tried lifting an adult several times a day? Or lugging groceries around for eight hours solid? For many women that’s a normal working day. So why are the risks faced by women largely ignored?
Hazards 138, June 2017

Surviving asbestos
UN treaty ‘discredited’ as asbestos lobby claims victory Global unions have said a global UN treaty’s credibility is in tatters, after the asbestos lobby vetoed a health warning on its deadly product.
Hazards 138, June 2017

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