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Unions worldwide demand LafargeHolcim honours its commitment for a global agreement
73 union leaders from 39 countries addressed a joint letter to CEO, Jan Jenisch, demanding the company honour its commitment and sign a global framework agreement. In their letter , leaders of unions representing workers at LafargeHolcim reminded the company’s leadership of a signed memorandum of understanding in July 2017 with IndustriALL Global Union and Building and Wood Workers’ International, in which the company firmly committed to...


Unions outraged over LafargeHolcim’s sudden U – Turn on global commitments
Global and national unions representing LafargeHolcim workers worldwide express their outrage over the company’s unilateral decision to back down from its signature of a global framework agreement designed to build positive industrial relations throughout the company.The company gave no reason for its radical reversal from the commitment to sign a global framework agreement, which was announced and approved...


Joint EFBWW-FIEC Presidium meeting (Paris)
On 7 November, the EFBWW, FIEC and AEIP signed a long term cooperation agreement. With this agreement, the three partners underline the importance of sectoral industrial relations in the construction industry at EU, national, regional and company level. The agreement also confirms the willingness and commitment of all parties to continue promoting and strengthening industrial relations at EU and...


EFBWW President re-elected as vice-President of the German construction trade union IG BAU.
The EFBWW congratulates its President Dietmar Schäfers, with his re-election as vice-President of IG BAU. An overwhelming majority of the IG BAU Congress reconfirmed his mandate. As principal collective bargaining negotiator he will have the difficult task to steer his trade union and to reach a collective agreement for thousands of German and foreign construction workers. Despite the improving economic situation in the German...


Global annual death toll due to asbestos related diseases - latest estimates
A comparative study by a team of researchers around Jukka Takala sought to establish verifiable estimates on mortality of asbestos related diseases and was published in the Central European Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Their results suggest that the global annual death toll is indeed much higher than previously thought. The figures far exceed the routinely used WHO figure of approximately 100,000.The researchers estimate ranges from a low of 183,000 to a high of...
20:Standing Committee Wood, Furniture, Forestry
21:EFBWW Presidium
5:Safety and Health Co-ordination Group
14:EFBWW-BWI Joint presidium
15:Social Dialogue Construction WP Youth et Vocational Training
21:Social Dialogue Wood-Furniture - WP VET & S&H
28:Auditing Committee
25:Standing Committee Building
7:Social Dialogue Construction WP Employment

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