In 2012, growth in work in the construction industry in NSW, particularly commercial construction, remained slow. The CFMEU is looking forward to...
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Sydney Harbour Bridge workers walked off the job yesterday after they were exposed to asbestos by private contractors brought in to fix a blocked drain.
The Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union also has concerns for the well being of the contractors as it is understood the workers involved in the remedial work were two young apprentices.
CFMEU NSW Organiser Brad Parker says uncovered asbestos had been piled up near the workers’ lunchroom and toilets.
A meeting of delegates will be held Friday 21 June at 9.30am at Level 2, CFMEU, 12 Railway Street, Lidcombe. All delegates are encouraged to attend this and all monthly delegates’ meetings.
The meeting will cover information regarding recent industrial issues as well as being an opportunity for delegates to raise their own issues and to network with each other.
A BBQ lunch will be provided.