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London Hazard 106

The Crossrail safety dispute including serious accidents on the Crossrail project; fires in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Brazil; Save our Fire service – cuts cost lives; Safety Reps rights are human rights – Dave Smiths evidence to the Scottish Affairs Committee; London deaths for 2012/13 from HSE website; RIFT – tax refund for building workers; London Hazards 2012 AGM with election of some new Trustees.  Factsheet: Health and Safety in the Cleaning Industry

London Hazard 105

For a future that works safely – the September TUC motion on health & safety – proposed changes Crane Register, Management Regs, self-employed, RIDDOR; diesel exhaust causes cancer; migrant workers in a London fast food restaurant; link between shift work and breast cancer; keep the crane MOT; Olympic legacy; Mesothelioma Action Day; Crossrail safety dispute; London Hazards community training. Factsheet_Womens Health & Safety

Issue 104 Spring/Summer 2012 

Government attacks asbestos compensation; asbestos trigger case victory; Asbestos Regulations changes; Battersea Crane  Inquest; Lewisham firm prosecuted for unsafe housing; Finchley hotel landmark fire case; evict  rogue landlords;   RIDDOR; construction sites fail HSE  checks.  Factsheet_Housing Health & Safety.

Issue 103, October 2011

Keeping people safe; Silkscreen printing; Obituary for Chris Tiff; Fire safety blitz; Romanian deaths; Asbestos in Hammersmith and Bromley; Battersea Crane Disaster 5th Anniversary. Factsheet_Welfare Regulations.

Issue 102, July 2011

London Hazards Centre Mesothelioma day event; London’s smog; rat infestation; Workers memorial day 2011; community training. Factsheet_Air Pollution.

Issue 101, March 2011

Health and safety for Londoners; Buncefield: the verdict; IARC workplace cancer; blacklisting and the fight for trade union rights on health and safety; Walworth’s Heygate estate asbestos. Factsheet_Accidents at Work.

Issue 100, October 2010

Canada’s ongoing Asbestos shame;  over 20 years fighting for workers safety; Barnet Tesco hit by fire safety fines; EMF directive coming soon; death trap Tube warning; London schools fail Asbestos test; Canadian Workers call for Asbestos ban; Shop workers campaign against Fear; London council renews our funding. Factsheet_Asbestos Diseases.

Issue 99, May 2010

Workers memorial day; latest developments on Asbestos; Kenton Underground Station tragedy: RMT demand the truth; HSE face 20% cuts; RMT warns of “deadly consequences” of rail and tube cuts. Factsheet: on Stress at work.

Issue 98, March 2010

Official recognition for Workers Memorial day; Some Recent London Prosecutions; Lakanal House Fire; Developing a bottom up approach on womens health and safety; UNITE’s campaign to reduce injuries to baggage handlers; Factsheet: on Fire Safety.

London Hazards leaflets

Nobody Goes to work to Die – Some health and safety basics

  • * you have a right to join a trade union.
  • * that trade union should organise to protect your health and safety.
  • * you should not be sacked or penalised in anyway for raising safety concerns.
  • * the trade union members you work beside will protect you more than the boss, if you work together on safety.
  • * it is better to have a trade union safety rep as your first port of call than to try to rely on a safety specialist: a manager or consultant or so-called “expert”.
  • * you will probably never see an official inspector .
  • * if you do see an official inspector, sadly, it will probably be because someone has been killed or there has been a very dangerous incident.
  • * for your protection, don’t do anything you think is dangerous that you are not trained to do – you have a right to information, instruction and training on all significant hazards.
  • * if you think something is dangerous and could result in serious injury or death to you or someone else DON’T DO IT until you, and preferably a trained health and safety representative, are satisfied safe procedures have been put in place, risks have been brought under control.

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Factsheet Infectious diseases at work

Factsheet Photocopiers & laser printers

Factsheet RSI

Stress at Work

Factsheet Vibration

Factsheet_Womens Health & Safety

Factsheet the Work at Height Regulations 2005



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