29th April 2016
The Offshore Co-ordinating Group (OCG) is today publishing a new report, ‘Safety Critical Offshore Workers in the UK Oil and Gas Sector: Hours, Shifts and Schedules’, commissioned from the Scottish Centre for Employment Research (SCER), Strathclyde University. The report draws on current research evidence to consider the implications for health, safety and wellbeing of a change from two weeks offshore, two weeks onshore (2/2) to three weeks offshore/onshore (3/3) working schedules.
28th April 2016
Over lunchtime today trade unionists will gather to remember those who have lost their lives as a result of injury at work or occupational diseases such as mesothelioma and commit to fight for safer and healthier workplaces across the world. Grahame Smith, STUC General Secretary, said “HSE statistics show that 20 Scottish workers left home to go to work and did not return home in the last year, across the United Kingdom 192 families lost loved ones through work related injury.
27th April 2016
Commenting on the latest government climb down on Trade Union Bill STUC General Secretary Grahame Smith said "This latest climb down is a testament to the strength of the campaigning by unions to protect their members rights and further exposes the lack of democracy at the heart of the government approach.
27th April 2016
The recently established Offshore Coordinating Group (OCG) is today expressing anger and frustration at the ongoing and severe attacks on jobs, terms and conditions being driven by large operators in the oil and gas industry.
20th April 2016
Commenting on publication of the latest labour market statistics for Scotland, Grahame Smith, STUC General Secretary said: “With increases in unemployment and economic inactivity driven by a significant fall in employment, today’s statistics provide further evidence of the significant slowdown in the Scottish economy over the past year.
Events in Glasgow and possibly in other areas of Scotland on Saturday 23rd April organised under the umbrella of the Scotland against TTIP coalition.
See leaflet advertising the event in Glasgow which begins at 12 noon on Saturday 23rd. Further details of this and possible other events will be forthcoming in due course and updates also available on the Global Justice Now facebook page https://www.facebook.com/GlobalJusticeNowScotland/More...
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