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ArcelorMittal & unions release joint report on how they have worked together to improve worker safety

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Author: Fédération internationale des organisations de travailleurs de la métallurgie

Un nouveau rapport publié par ArcelorMittal, la Fédération européenne des métallurgistes, United Steelworkers et la Fédération internationale des organisations de travailleurs de la métallurgie, montre comment les syndicats et la direction ont travaillé ensemble dans le monde entier pour améliorer les résultats en matière de sécurité chez ArcelorMittal.

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15 August 2011

ArcelorMittal and unions improve security at company sites

Author: ArcelorMittal, European Metalworkers’ Federation, United Steelworkers & Intl. Metalworkers’ Federation

A new report launched by ArcelorMittal, European Metalworkers’ Federation, United Steelworkers and the International Metalworkers’ Federation reviews how unions and management have been working together globally to deliver better safety results for ArcelorMittal. The report called “Together for Safety, Global Agreement, Local Impact”, chronicles the work undertaken since signing the Steel industries first ever global agreement on Health and Safety. Since signing the agreement in June 2008, the joint union and management approach has had a positive impact on the number of accidents in the workplace, especially fatalities, and helped reduce the risk faced by workers. Since 2008 the total number of fatal accidents has been reduced by one third. The report also identifies that even one fatality is too high and that fatalities within the company continue to remain unacceptably high despite progress.

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1 June 2011

[PDF] Together for safety

Author: ArcelorMittal, European Metalworkers’ Federation, United Steelworkers & Intl. Metalworkers’ Federation

The intention of this publication is to review the work of the ArcelorMittal Joint Global Health and Safety Committee (JGHSC). Also, to provide some analysis of the JGHSC as to why the number of fatalities in the company remains unacceptable high and what measures that can be taken to improve the current situation.

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