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25 May 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:19 GMT+2



May 17, 2018

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Still a mortal incident in a port

Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti have proclaimed in order tomorrow to 17,30 hours the contemporary arrest warrant in all the ports

This morning in the port of Taranto, in an incident happened to the quarter it jut of the harbour port of call that is managed by the iron and steel group Ilva, has passed away a worker 28-year-old hit from a cable while the maintenance of a crane engaged on the dock. The national secretariats of Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti, expressing pain for the happened one, have denounced the umpteenth mortal incident in the harbour areas and have proclaimed in order tomorrow to 17,30 hours the contemporary arrest warrant in all the ports with sound of the sirens for five minutes.

"Our task of union - they have emphasized Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti - is not sure that to make counts it of the workers fallen on the job! We ask that the parliament and the competent ministries quickly are interested and take part in such state of affairs, approving of the written norm already of update of bills 271 and 272 and bringing back the Authorities of Harbour System to act in the general interest of the work safety and the development of the harbour and marine activities. We also ask - they have concluded the unions - than the Labor Inspectorate is put in the conditions for making all the necessary controls on the job places. To the family of the worker all ours touched vicinity".



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