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News from GMB Yorkshire and North Derbyshire

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Derbyshire Employer Prosecuted After Worker Severs Thumb

22 Sep 2014

The owner of a Derbyshire firm that specialises in refurbishing precision machining tools has been fined for safety breaches after a worker severed a thumb while lifting a heavy component.

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Branch Competition To Win VIP Tickets to Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott gig

19 Sep 2014

For the month of October each branch that would like to take part will be asked to recruit the most members throughout the month. The two branches that perform the best in the competition will win the VIP tickets to one of the above gigs.

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Unions Make Work A Fair Bit Safer

16 Sep 2014

Unions make work safer, fairer and better, a new TUC guide shows. ‘The union advantage’ demonstrates the benefits of unions not only to individual workers but to employers and society as well. It points to government research that established union health and safety reps save taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds each year by reducing lost time from occupational injuries and work-related illness.

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