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13 August 2002
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Auteur: The Press [New Zealand]

Two Christchurch companies [Jenkins Biolabs & Soiltech Limited] were yesterday fined $20,000 after a factory worker was severely burnt when he slipped while pouring concentrated sulphuric acid into a vat.

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Article
22 July 2002
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Auteur: One News

The need to balance work with family life is the impetus behind a report released by the Council of Trade Unions...the report confirms that people who clock up too many hours at work are missing out on a family life and putting their health at risk.

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8 July 2002
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Auteur: Human Rights Commission [New Zealand]

"Despite the existence of equal pay legislation for almost three decades, it has not delivered pay equity for women and fails to comply with international human rights standards", Rosslyn Noonan, the Chief [New Zealand] Human Rights Commissioner said...

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2 July 2002
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Auteur: ONE News

Workplace safety is under scrutiny again after two workers were killed at a South Auckland steel mill.

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Article
26 June 2002
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Auteur: New Zealand Herald

A survey of 60 former sawmill workers and their families in the Eastern Bay of Plenty has found many suffer a wide range of illnesses, including cancer and depression. The report commissioned by lobby group Sawmill Workers Against Poisons (SWAP) and...

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Article
16 June 2002
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Auteur: Sunday Star Times [New Zealand]

Workplace deaths have soared this year - the Labour Department's occupational safety and health division has ordered investigations into 71 fatal accidents.

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24 April 2002
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Auteur: NZPA

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Article
22 April 2002
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Auteur: New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

The death of a timber factory worker on Friday brought the Labour Department official toll of workplace fatalities to 57 in the past nine months

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Article
12 April 2002
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Auteur: Australian Liquor, Hospitality & Miscellaneous Workers Union

A NZ based multinational dairy company [Fonterra] - who employs hundreds of Australian workers - has signed a groundbreaking global agreement with a trade union international, which strengthens the hand of its workforce. This is the first international...

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10 April 2002
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Auteur: Mathew Dearnaley, New Zealand Herald

Fonterra has turned over a new leaf as the world's fourth largest dairy company by signing a commitment to international labour standards for its 20,000 employees. Unionists view the move as a quantum leap from the overseas behaviour of the old Dairy...

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