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12 Feb 2016

Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (Qatar)

Qatar 2022 World Cup Migrant Worker Fatality: October 2015

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....In October 2015, a 52-year-old Indian painter working on the Khalifa International Stadium site suffered cardiac arrest during lunch at one of the site’s dining halls. The worker received immediate medical treatment, in line with the site’s emergency response procedure, and was taken to a nearby hospital. He passed away in the hospital later that evening, following emergency surgery. The SC’s [Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy] investigation into the handling of the matter found that the response was in compliance with site emergency response procedures... [T]he SC ensured that appropriate procedures were followed for the repatriation of the remains and payment of the final benefits to the employees’ families. Investigations... confirmed that work duties were not a contributory factor. In line with international health and safety standards adhered to by companies operating across the world...the incidents were recorded as non-construction-related fatalities.