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Unions challenge wrong-headed government attack that could cost livesThe government’s Trade Union Bill could put our lives at risk. TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady says David Cameron’s plan would rob union safety reps of the rights and time they need to perform their role – so she says it has never been more important to get serious and get organised.
Hazards 131 special online report, September 2015

Cameron killed
He wanted to learn a trade; he ended up dead at 16 Joanne Hill thought her teenage son had a bright future when he secured a place on a government-funded engineering apprenticeship. But when Hazards magazine’s Jawad Qasrawi met with her, he discovered she couldn’t have been more wrong.
Hazards 131, Special online report, September 2015

Turn it on
Your best defence at work is to be organised and activeWith the government set to implement more anti-trade union laws and further attack workers’ rights, your best defence is to be organised and active. Mick Holder of the train drivers’ union ASLEF spells out how union health and safety reps can fight back.
Hazards 131 special online report, September 2015

You know best
New guide shows how to get a voice and power at workWorkers are best placed to see the hazards in their workplace and, when they have a voice and power, to take action to prevent illness and injury. A Hazards photofile shows how to take control at work.
Hazards 131, September 2015

Hazards poster: A crying shame
Workers die when the government says workplace safety isn’t important.
A stick-up-at-work poster from Hazards.

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