Turkey - Fatalities and work-related accidents documented - March 31, 2018

Health and Safety Labour Watch, an intra-professional and independent monitoring platform on health and safety at the workplace, released its 2017 report. At least two thousand and six workers lost their lives as a result of accidents at the workplace. Trade union Disk commented that this is the result of the policy of the current government, with precarious, flexible and irregular working conditions aggravating and popularised by the state of emergency and statutory decrees. The union formulates demands and aims to combine the fight against non-unionised and precarious employment practices.

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