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7 May 2019

Global report on working conditions finds job quality of concern to all workers

Author: International Labour Organization & Eurofund

"Working conditions in a global perspective", 6 May 2019...

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27 March 2019

So. Korea: Workers forced into labour for Japanese companies during World War II launch lawsuits before statute of limitations ends

Author: Yosuke Onchi, Nikkei Asian Review (Japan)

"South Koreans ready more wartime labor suits as clock ticks", 20 Mar 2019...

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25 March 2019
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Author: Frédéric Ojardias, RFI

« Travail forcé : la justice sud-coréenne ordonne la saisie d’actifs de Mitsubishi », 25 mars 2019...

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Company non-response
28 January 2019

Samsung Heavy Industries did not respond

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Story
28 January 2019

South Korea: Victims of 2017 crane accident during construction of oil platform still lacking adequate compensation & support, say NGOs; incl. co. responses

On 1 May 2017, six workers were killed and 25 others injured as a result of a crane collision at a Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Geoje, South Korea, during the construction of an oil platform for the Martin Linge field off the coast of Norway. ...

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Company response
25 January 2019

Total's response

Author: Total

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to respond......

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Company response
23 January 2019

Technip FMC's response

Author: Technip FMC

Total E&P Norge AS, the operator on the Martin Linge Project, contracted with TechnipFMC and Samsung Heavy Industries to provide engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation, hook-up and commissioning of the topsides of a fixed production...

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Company response
18 January 2019

Equinor's response

Author: Equinor

... As stated in the above-mentioned e-mail, Equinor was not leading the construction project at the time of the accident and where thus not permanently present at the Samsung yard. The operator role was managed by Total E&P Norge AS, who had the...

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Company response
18 January 2019

Petoro AS' response

Author: Petoro AS

...Petoro express sincere regrets that workers at the Samsung Heavy Industries yard as referred to in your letter, are still suffering trauma and grief from the tragic accident. For Petoro as a partner in joint venture projects, health and safety for...

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Article
14 January 2019

So. Korea: Court orders assets forfeiture of Japanese company to enforce decision compensating WWII workers over forced labour

Author: Hyung-Jin Kim, Associated Press

"South Korea orders seizure of Japan assets over forced labor", 9 Jan. 2019...

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