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(4/12/2018)

EFBWW signed first voluntary European agreement with Employer organization
In Lisbon, on 30th November 2018, the EFBWW and EPF (European Panel Federation) signed an agreement on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to Formaldehyde. The agreement is the result of negotiations which started between the two organisations in the framework of a joint project on “Perspectives and Challenges of the European Woodworking Industries in Europe”, coordinated by CEI-Bois (the European social partner organisation for the woodworking sectors). The...

(3/12/2018)

The European social partners of the construction industry ask the Latvian Parliament to support the national collective agreement for the construction industry
The Latvian social partners of the construction industry (the Latvian Building sector trade union and the “Partnership of Latvian Construction Entrepreneurs”) have demonstrated a great sense of responsibility to improve the competiveness and the sustainability of the Latvian construction industry, by signing on 10th of May a first sectoral collective agreement, which improves the living standards of all Latvian construction workers.Clear evidence has demonstrated that countries in...

(7/10/2018)

LafargeHolcim, STOP au travail précaire, respectez la vie des travailleurs!
Depuis sa création, LafargeHolcim tue ses travailleurs. Le taux de mortalité a augmenté au lieu de baisser, bien que la société investisse beaucoup d’argent dans des mesures de sécurité appliquées de haut en bas. L’externalisation et la sous-traitance des emplois essentiels en sont l’une des principales raisons. Dans beaucoup de leur activités LafargeHolcim s'appuie largement sur une main-d’œuvre externalisée. C’est un des moyens le plus répandu utilisé par les...

(20/9/2018)

BWI and EFBWW Statement Regarding the Labour Crisis at the New Istanbul Airport
The BWI and EFBWW (European Federation of Building and Wood Workers) condemn the recent attacks against construction workers who have been struggling for their fundamental labour and human rights at the construction site of the New Istanbul Airport. Based on the information provided by YOL-IS, currently there are more than 26,000 working at the site of the Istanbul New Airport and of this, close to 22,000 are subcontract workers employed by 281 companies. The main contractor is Airport...

(28/6/2018)

EU sectoral Social Partners of the construction industry confirm their joint commitment to Health and Safety
By signing a joint statement on the modernisation of the EU Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) legislation and policy the EU sectoral Social Partners of the construction industry, the EFBWW (representing the workers) and FIEC (representing the employers), underline their long standing strong commitment towards Health and Safety. “We are confronted with a still relatively high number of accidents and risk factors at work resulting in occupational diseases. Both our organisations...
janvier
29:Présidium de la FETBB
février
25:Comité permanent Bois, Ameublement, Sylviculture
26:Dialogue Social Construction GT Emploi
mars
6:Groupe de coordination Sécurité et Santé


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