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Australian Building and Construction Commission

category indonesia / philippines / australia | workplace struggles | news report author Tuesday April 27, 2010 19:59author by Dmitri - MACG (personal capacity)author email ngnm55 at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

Since the introduction of the Australian Building and Construction Commission in 2005, we have witnessed a massive increase in deaths and serious injuries in the construction industry.

Since the introduction of the Australian Building and Construction Commission in 2005, we have witnessed a massive increase in deaths and serious injuries in the construction industry.

The statistics tell us what so many families of construction workers know, from their first hand experience of suffering and loss.

The number of deaths in the construction industry have gone up.

From 3.14 per 100,000 workers in 2004, before the ABCC started, to 4.8 per 100,000 workers in 2007 and 4.27 in 2009.

That means a worker is killed each week. No fewer than 50 families have had a loved one taken away from them.

On International Workers' Memorial Day, Wednesday 28th April we want you to remember our mates as well.

Construction workers will be rallying in your State to demand an end to the ABCC and its laws:

Sydney, New South Wales: 12:00pm Rally at Darling Harbour Memorial.

Brisbane, Queensland: 10:00am Rally at Roma Street Forum with unveiling of memorial. and respects paid to 12 Queensland workers killed in 2009 - 2010.

Adelaide, South Australia: 10:30am Memorial Service at St Stephen's Church Wakefield Street, followed by a rally in Victoria Square, Adelaide, 12:00 pm

Melbourne, Victoria: 10:00am rally at Memorial Rock, Trades Hall, Lygon Street.

Perth, Western Australia: 10:30am Service at Solidarity Park. Perth Bell Tower tolls at 12:00 pm for each worker killed this year in WA.

Related Link: http://www.rightsonsite.org.au
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