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Mine safety review (Part 2) - Sudbury News
Sudbury - The Ministry of Labour held the third of four mine safety review consultations in Sudbury on April 3. The session included emotional statements from those who work in Sudbury's mining industry.
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Mine safety review (Part 1) - Sudbury News
Sudbury - The Ministry of Labour held the first of four mine safety review consultations in Sudbury on April 2. The session focused on a variety of topics that impact mine health and safety.
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Inspecting Rock Face Safety in Underground Mines | Sécurité dans les mines souterraines
Inspecting Rock Face Safety in Underground Mines | Sécurité dans les mines souterraines | The Ministry of Labour examines safety measures and policies at GoldCorp's Campbell Mine near Red Lake, Ontario. For more information about mining safety in Ontario, visit www.ontario.ca/miningsafety -- A descriptive transcript for this video is available by visiting the following link: http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/inspecting-rock-face-safety-in-underground-mines.html Pour obtenir une transcription descriptive de cette vidéo, cliquer sur le lien suivant : http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/securite-dans-les-mines-souterraines---inspection-des-fronts-de-taille.html
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Mining Act Review
On the third and last day of the 2015 PNG Mining and Petroleum Conference, Minister for Mining, Byron Chan, highlighted the changes made to the Mining Act and the development of six new mining policies. Mr Chan said the changes address issues of governance, compliance, best practises and sustainability. The Minister said the changes capture the local content aspirations of the O’Neill-Dion government. - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...
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Latest as 33 men become longest-trapped miners in recent history
(13 Sep 2010) 1. Wide of fair organised for currently unemployed San Jose mine workers 2. Mid of miners meeting with representatives of other mining companies 3. Close of a miner talking with a mining company representative 4. Pan of Ministry of Labour Camila Merino arriving 5. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Camila Merino, Chilean Ministry of Labour: "They haven't got their settlement from the mining company and that is something we are trying to sort out but we see that company has some serious problems, the mine is going to be closed for a long time so it is important to start seeing other things, that they start looking for new jobs. The issue of the their contractual situation should be solved soon." 6. Miners meeting with various possible employers 7. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Carlos Avalos, San Jose mine worker: "Through this fair, we are hoping to have the possibility to be hired by other (mining) companies." 8. Wide of entrance to the mine 9. Wide of site where the Plan A, drilling machine Strata 950 is working 10. Mid of T-130 drilling machine, Plan B, that is not working due to technical problems 11. Various of site where they are assembling Plan C 12. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Rene Aguilar, rescue team coordinator: "And I'd like to repeat once more - as I have said many times during the past weeks - that the mine rescue alternative is not viable. There is an enormous block of 700-thousand tons - which is very unstable - so any tentative of entering the mine (through the main entrance) implies a danger for the lives of the people who want to carry out that operation. And what's most worrying is what this information could mean for the miners down there." 13. Mid of pieces of machinery for Plan C arriving in trucks to the mine 14. People with flags cheering and waving while trucks passing by 15. Mid of the same 16. People holding banner between them and waving with flags as trucks passing by STORYLINE: The Chilean Labour Ministry organised job fair on Monday to help the workers at the San Jose mine find new employment as workers fear the mine is unlikely to reopen. Besides the 33 men trapped underground, another 317 people worked - directly or indirectly - at the San Jose mine. Around 15 mining companies answered the authorities' call and have offered jobs to at least 300 people, according to the Labour ministry. Camila Merino, the head of the ministry, also said they were trying to solve the current contractual situation of all the workers - still employed by San Esteban Primera mining company. "They haven't got their settlement form the mining company and that is something we are trying to sort out but we see that company has some serious problems", she said. The company has said it can't afford to pay their salaries and may go bankrupt and is in such bad shape that it has neither the equipment nor the money to rescue the 33 men. It is Chile's state-owned mining company, CODELCO, is in charge of digging the escape tunnel, which will cost about 1.7 (m) million US Dollars. On Monday only one of three drilling efforts was operational - the so-called Plan A drill, reaching down to 750 feet (230 meters). But it too must stop at 820 feet (250 meters), for maintenance work. Plan B, a higher-velocity drill that will carve out a narrower escape tunnel, has been silenced since last week, when it struck an iron support beam for the mine and its drill bit shattered into small pieces. A third drill, Plan C, is still days away from starting its work. Rescuers have already tried three times to use magnets to remove pieces of the shattered second drill and iron beam from the hole. With frustration growing, so is pressure for alternative solutions. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ed15dfcdf4bbdd78df33f9ed2b314749 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Keeping Mobile Equipment in Underground Mines Safe | La sécurité de l'équipement minier
Keeping Mobile Equipment in Underground Mines Safe | La sécurité de l'équipement minier | Patrick Vaillancourt, Occupational Health & Safety Inspector with the Ministry of Labour, shows how he conducts inspections of mobile mining equipment. A descriptive transcript for this video is available by visiting the following link: http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/keeping-mobile-equipment-in-underground-mines-safe.html Pour obtenir une transcription descriptive de cette vidéo, cliquer sur le lien suivant : http://media.ontarionewsroom.com/desctxt/la-securite-de-l'equipement-minier-mobile.html
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Remote village hopes small coal mines not closed as part of govt plans to create reserve
Residents of Tausa, a remote village in central Colombia, fear that authorities will close the small coal mines that have sustained them and their families for as long as anyone can remember. Miners in "La Flauta" said on Wednesday that their small-scale "artisan" mine will close if authorities declare the area a nature reserve in which mining is prohibited and there will be no hope for their future. Government officials have been saying that for the time being there are no plans to close Tausa's mines, and despite their worries, workers continue with the manual labour that has been passed down through generations. From early in the morning, miners at "La Flauta" hop into railway wagons and travel through a maze of tunnels before reaching the seam, where they begin to extract coal. Then they chip, drill and pick for hours the mine's interior walls in search for the mineral. The effort though, seems that it's not paying off at the moment. "Right now mining has become difficult because there are no exports. There are no carbon sales. Carbon is very cheap and there are 40 families, 40 people working and depending from this mine and we all have wives and children," said Sebastian Echeverria, 45, who has been the administrator of the mine for 11 years. Miners say they earn about 600,000 pesos (318 US dollars) every two weeks. "If there was a way to advance with my family, support my family with other (types of) jobs, then I would do it," said Armando Pinzon, a Tausa resident who has been working in the mines for eight years. The plan to declare the area a nature reserve is being reviewed by the Environment Ministry, and most likely will not go into effect in the coming future. But for Tausa's residents, that doesn't calm their fears of being left unemployed. The Juan Manuel Santos administration cut its coal production goal for 2013 to 94 (m) million tonnes from 98 (m) million due to strikes afflicting the sector this year. In 2012 the sector produced more than 89.2 (m) million tonnes. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/46dd40d5b5071df504fcd0bbe4cc13e1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Great job, Minister of Labour!
PSAC Local 610 (Western University Teaching Assistants and Postdocs) President Katy Fulfer and Information Chair Eileen Wennekers call Lisa Raitt, the union-busting corporate stooge who is currently Canada's labour minister, to express their opinion of her work on March 23, 2012. The baggage handlers and ramp workers at Air Canada had walked off the job in a wildcat strike when, after three of their members had sarcastically slow clapped Raitt as she passed through Toronto Pearson Airport, she demanded they be disciplined. They were applauding the fact that she had, for the third time in 12 months, intervened between Air Canada workers and the corporation, legislating them back to work in a manner that forced them to accept concessions and took away their legal right to strike.
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South Africa's Implats Shuts Mines Ahead Of Platinum Strike
South Africa's Impala Platinum shut its Rustenburg operations on Wednesday, a day before a planned strike over wages across the country's platinum belt by the hardline Association of Mineworkers and Construction union. AMCU, the platinum industry's main trade union, plans to strike from Thursday at Implats, Anglo American Platinum and Lonmin, the top three producers of the metal used in emissions-capping catalytic converters in cars. The union had also planned to strike in the gold sector but a court ruled that the strike be suspended pending a review of its legality. Around 100,000 workers or a fifth of South Africa's mining labor force could put down tools or be prevented from crossing picket lines in a stoppage that would hit over half of global platinum production. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/eyB1VsWvQbI/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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Weekly Review No.  65 (1942)
New Zealand National Film Unit Presents Weekly Review No. 65 (1942) Hubert Thomas "Tim" Armstrong was a New Zealand politician of the Labour Party who died on November 8 1942. Armstrong was born in Bulls to Irish immigrants Mary Newcombe and her husband, Martin Armstrong. His father was a blacksmith by trade, but worked as a labourer in New Zealand. His mother was a nurse and washerwoman. Tim Armstrong left school when he was eleven and worked in flax milling and in the bush. In 1895, he started in the mines at Waihi. He married Alice Fox on 7 March 1900 at Paeroa. Armstrong was elected to the Christchurch City Council from 1919 to 1925, and again from 1927 to 1929. He was selected as the Labour Party candidate for Christchurch North in the 1919 general election. As a unionist who had spent a year in Lyttelton gaol for sedition, he had no chance of being elected in this well off electorate, and the incumbent, Leonard Isitt, was successful. He represented the Christchurch seat of Christchurch East from the 1922 general election to 1942, when he died. He held ministerial positions in the First Labour Government, including Minister of Health, although he was replaced by Arnold Nordmeyer in 1941 because of problems negotiating with doctors over Labour's health proposals. Other ministerial positions include Minister of Labour and Minister of Immigration. On 8 November 1942 Tim Armstrong died in Wellington from heart disease, accentuated by bronchial complaints deriving from his days in the mines. He was eulogised as one who had devoted his life to the cause of the working class, and as a parliamentarian of integrity, who enjoyed firm friendships on all sides. A devout Catholic, he was given a state funeral in Wellington, and a requiem mass in Christchurch presided over by his old parish priest from Waihi, Bishop Matthew Brodie. He was buried in Christchurch, and many thousands of people lined the streets for the funeral procession. Flowers and wreaths, filling four trucks, were sent from all over the country in tribute. Armstrong was survived by his wife, Alice, four sons and a daughter. One son, Arthur Ernest (Tommy), followed his father as a Christchurch city councillor and a member of Parliament. For updates on our On This Day series and news from Archives New Zealand, follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/ArchivesNZ Material from Archives New Zealand Funeral of the Hon. H. T. Armstrong: H. T Armstrong was a New Zealand Labourer, miner, trade unionist, and politician for the Labour Party. Born in 1875, he died in November of 1942. He was eulogised as one who had devoted his life to the cause of the working class, and as a parliamentarian of integrity, who enjoyed firm friendships on all sides. A devout Catholic, he was given a state funeral in Wellington, and a requiem mass in Christchurch presided over by his old parish priest from Waihi, Bishop Matthew Brodie. He was buried in Christchurch, and many thousands of people lined the streets for the funeral procession. Flowers and wreaths, filling four trucks, were sent from all over the country in tribute. Armstrong was survived by his wife, Alice, four sons and a daughter. One son, Arthur Ernest (Tommy), followed his father as a Christchurch city councillor and a member of Parliament. New Zealand Expeditionary Force: Desert Gunners in the Middle East: Demonstrates how New Zealand artillery were beating back armies in the Middle East Deserts DV File of Beta SP Telecine (Tape 7) of 35mm film
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Ministry of labour & employment  -875 vacancies
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Recruiters Vs Ministry of Labour - #NoFeesforWork
Email [email protected] and tweet him at @Yasir_Naqvi and demand that he overhaul Ontario's recruiter legislation. More info: http://www.migrantworkersalliance.org/category/no-fees-for-work/ Tens of thousands of migrant workers are being forced to pay up to two years of their salary to work in Canada. Their documents are being seized when they arrive here, and they are often finding themselves if worse jobs than they were promised. With entire families back home in debt to pay these fees, many workers are reluctant to complain about bad bosses. This must stop.
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Indian child labor used to get mica for cosmetics
For those of us who wear makeup and cosmetics, we may not often think about how they're made. Poverty in India has forced hundreds of children to mine mica, a glittery substance used in blusher, eyeliner, mascara and lipstick. CCTV's Paul Barber reports.
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The dark history of conscription and forced labor behind Japan's Hashima Island,
하시마섬 유네스코 세계유산 등재 2년... 그 후? Hashima island. One of dozens of controversial sites Japan has pushed to gain UNESCO World Heritage recognition. A proud symbol of Japan's rapid industrialization. Contrary to the image Tokyo is promoting it's where hundreds of Koreans were taken and forced into labor in deadly undersea coal mines. Oh Jung-hee met with the few survivors to hear their stories. A 15-second-long video has been lighting up New York's Times Square since Monday. It aims to shed light on a less well-known aspect of Hashima Island -- one of Japan's UNESCO World Heritage sites. "It's a fact that the island is listed as a world heritage site. So our ad starts with this fact, and then delves deeper into forced conscription and the 120 victims. It ends by saying that Hashima's true name is 'island of hell.'" Roughly 15 kilometers away from the city of Nagasaki in southwestern Japan... lies the uninhabited island of Hashima. Surrounded by a sea wall, and full of abandoned concrete buildings,... the island resembles a battleship, which is why it's commonly called Gunkanjima or "Battleship Island." The island is recognized as a symbol of Japan's rapid industrialization,... but has a dark history of conscription and forced labor. From 1940 to 1945, five hundred to eight hundred Koreans were forcibly taken to Hashima Island. Kim Hyung-seob is one of them. The exact date that he was taken to Japan -- November 17th, 1943 -- is one he can never forget. "I don't even want to talk about it. I can't explain how much we suffered. Eating was the biggest problem. They gave us dried sweet potato, beans and bean dregs. That's what they called 'food' for us." Korean laborers were neither well-fed nor well-paid.. And they had to spend more than 12 hours a day in the coal mine,... which is 1-thousand meters under the sea. Lee In-un is another survivor. He says... some laborers desperately tried to escape from 'hell'... but failed. "The land was visible from the island. It was right across the sea. Some tried to escape by swimming and holding onto wooden panels. But they died." "The dreary atmosphere of Hashima island can be seen through these photos here. And what's clearly noticeable is the difference in living environments between Japanese citizens and Korean laborers. The Japanese citizens living in modern, newly built apartments. In contrast, five hundred to eight hundred Korean laborers were crammed into these small buildings." Hashima Island was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015,... as one of the places symbolizing Japan's Meiji Industrial Revolution. When Japan got the endorsement of the UNESCO advisory committee ICOMOS, Korea strongly protested against it,... claiming that having these places as world heritage sites hurts the victims' and UNESCO's dignity. At the 2015 UNESCO official meeting, Japan, for the first time on the international stage,... acknowledged there was forced labor. "There were a large number of Koreans and others who were brought against their will and forced to work under harsh conditions in the 1940s at some of the sites." But that was immediately reversed by the Japanese foreign minister Fumio Kishida. "The expression 'forced to work' does not mean 'forced labor.'" ICOMOS recommended that Japan take measures to help visitors understand the 'full history' of the sites... and Japan promised to establish information and commemoration centers. While an implementation report on that is due December 1st this year,... not much action has been taken within Japan. "According to what we're hearing from civil groups in Japan,... signboards installed at the facilities don't explain at all about conscription and forced labor. Rather, the authorities are interviewing the Japanese people who lived on the island back then... who say Hashima was not an 'island of hell' like what Koreans say." The Korean government is to raise the issue at the annual UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting... currently taking place in Poland. The government expressed regret that no tangible measures have been taken in Japan over the last two years... and highlighted Japan's promise is not only an agreement with Korea, but with the whole world. Having an agreed view on history and remembering it is crucial in heading toward the future. For Korea, the first step would be recognizing Hashima Island and others as legacies of Japan's industrialization... and for Japan, to face the fact that colonization contributed to its industrialization. Oh Jung-hee, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Coffee Miner - Public WIFI Still Unsafe and Mines Monero for Hackers! - TODAYS FUD PSA!
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Full video: Meet the Diplomats : interview with Transport and Mining Minister of Jamaica
CCTV.com Panview team sit down with the Transport and Mining Minister of Jamaica the Hon. Michael Henry. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVcomInternational Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/cn/app/cctv-news/id878031632?mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cn.cctvnews Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/cctv Instagram: http://instagram.com/cctv
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Webinar: Learning from Physiological Demands Research at the International Mine Rescue Competition
In 2016, Sudbury hosted the International Mine Rescue Competition – this once-in-a-lifetime event provided an opportunity to study Mine Rescue teams globally. Twenty-seven teams competed in a real underground mining accident simulation. We collected continuous, real-time physiological data including body temperature in roughly 60% of the participants throughout the 2 hour simulation. This research will directly respond to recommendations from the Ministry of Labour’s ‘Mining Health and Safety Prevention Review’: the need to understand and develop fitness requirements for Canadian Mine Rescue workers and develop novel methods to manage and prevent heat stress incidents during a mine rescue.
eNCA | Labour Minister to Review Farm Workers' Minimum Wage
For more stories visit http://www.enca.com/videos Cape Town, November 15 - Government says it hopes all striking Western Cape farm workers will return to work on Thursday morning. Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant announced she would review the minimum wage for farm workers. Workers want a minimum wage of R150 a day, up from their current R70 a day.
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Labour Minister Inaugurates Boards To Address Workers' Welfare
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Ministry of Labor inspects work conditions in 11 industries nationwide
The Labor Ministry is carrying out a nationwide check of 11 industries, including transportation, logistics and financial services. Violations of employment and labor laws are subject to a maximum fine of NT$450,000. The Lunar New Year Holiday is one of the peak travel periods of the year. Those in the transportation industry are not getting a break like the rest of the country. Wholesalers selling Lunar New Year’s products are also working long hours during the holiday period. Employment and labor law violations are often found in the transportation, wholesale, and retail industries. The Ministry of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration is expanding this year’s inspection of labor conditions with the sectors topping the checklist including: financial services, insurance, medical services and the dispatch worker sector.Sun Yu-lien Taiwan Labor Front Secretary-general Many companies have two sets of books and a different clock-in system. When they are being inspected, it is hard to find out if the employers violate the law. Lin Yu-tangMinistry of Labor OfficialEmployers who have violated regulations more than three times within three years will be under closer inspection this year. Common employment violations in 2015 include delayed payment of employees'' overtime compensation, failure to present records of employees’ work time, and employees’ overtime exceeding 46 hours a month.
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Impala Platinum is acting in bad faith: Mantashe
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has accused Impala Platinum of acting in bad faith. The company announced it will slash over 13,000 jobs in the next two years. Mining Analyst, Rene Hochreiter, joins us in studio to provide a response. Courtesy DStv403
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Story of a pen: Let’s combat with the child labour in supply chain
Story of a Pen is a signature programme of the C1 Television of Mongolia. Using the widespread reputation of the programme and with financial support of the ILO, Ministry of Labour of Mongolia and National Network against the Worst Forms of Child Labour have produced series of stories on child labour to raise public awareness. - Construction sector and child labour; - Assistant child herders; - Issues of a work of girl child; - Business and child rights; - Children should not be engaged in mining; - Mongolian future is at the dumpsite; - Let’s combat with the child labour in supply chain; - Should we enjoy a horse race while putting the life of children in risk? - Rights of contortionist girls are violated - Violation of children’s rights in services sector
Review Of The Year 1946 (1946)
Title reads: "Review of the Year 1946". London. Various shots of editors of the national daily newspapers attend a luncheon held by Pathe to select the outstanding news items of the year. The editors are: Arthur Christiansen (Daily Express), Charles Eade (Sunday Dispatch), A. L. Cranfield (London Star), T. W. Hutton (Birmingham Post), Gerald Barry (News Chronicle), W. R. Richardson (Reynolds), Harry Ainsworth (The People), Roland Thornton (Daily Graphic), Hugh Cudlipp (Sunday Pictorial), Percy Cudlipp (Daily Herald) and Pathe's producer-in-chief Howard Thomas. List of news stories was drawn up by News Editor Clement Cave. The items picked by the newspaper moguls are: Victory Parade: Various shots showing Royal Family watching parade of bagpipers, Commonwealth troops, Wrens, WAAF (Women's Auxiliary Air Force) and British army soldiers marching. Cup Final: King George VI watches Derby County beat Charlton Athletic. Annual boat race on River Thames: Various shots of Oxford University rowing eight beating Cambridge University. Cowal Gathering in Scotland: traditional Highland dancing, tossing the caber. Tennis finals at Wimbledon: Various shots of Yvon Petra winning men's finals, he leaps over net. Various shots of Princess Elizabeth becoming a bard in traditional druidic ceremony held in Wales. Various shots of test cricket match, we see Don Bradman bowling. Various shots of 1946 Derby at Epsom Race Course, horse named "Airborne" is winner. Various shots of mass keep-fit class for women in large hall, women wear uniform of black gym knickers and white shirts. National Health Bill: M/S of Labour's Dr. Haden Guest announcing end of doctor's bills. Bread rationing: Various shots of baker delivering puny loaves of bread to housewives' front doors. Various shots of people squatting empty hotels and luxury apartments, protesting against lack of housing. Various shots of ocean liner "Queen Elizabeth" leaving Southampton having just has a complete refit. During the war the ship was used as a troop carrier. More shots of newspaper editors having lunch, they are looking through photographs of celebrities prominent in 1946. Various shots of personalities of the year picked by the editors: George Bernard Shaw, Food Minister John Strachey, John L. Lewis (American miners' leader), marathon runner Sidney Wooderson, record breaking walker Bert Couzens, America's Glamour Girls (The Goldwyn Girls) and Miss Unity (the new panda at London zoo). Various shots of boxer Bruce Woodcock at end of fight. C/U of Bob Hope sharing joke with Jean Hersholt. Various shots of comedian Tommy Handley and the ITMA gang. Various shots of world leaders and politicians: President Harry Truman of USA, Prime Minister Clement Attlee, Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov and Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin (voted man of year by editors!) More shots of newspaper editors at lunch smoking cigars and discussing year's international events. Various shots of rescue party of mountaineers climbing Alps in Switzerland to get to survivors of crashed aeroplane. Various shots of British troops in Palestine (Israel). Various shots of Mahatma Gandhi and Pandit Nehru in India. Various shots of piles of grain. Various shots of starving and malnourished people in German hospital. M/S of angry crowds on street in Germany. Various shots of UNO (United Nations Organisation) meeting. Various shots of Nuremberg Trials: prominent Nazi leaders in dock accused of war crimes. Various shots of atomic bomb explosions and mushroom clouds. FILM ID:1418.05 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Restructuring Ontario's OHS system
Elizabeth Mills, the president and CEO of Workplace Safety and Prevention Services (WSPS), one of four recently amalgamated health and safety associations resulting from the restructuring of Ontario's prevention system, talked with Canadian HR Reporter TV about the changes. (At the time of the interview, WSPS was going by the interim name of Safe Workplace Promotion Services Ontario.) Ontario's prevention system is made up of the Ministry of Labour, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), Workers Health and Safety Centre, Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers and 12 health and safety associations. Health and Safety Ontario is the result of an effort to reorganize the independent efforts of the 12 associations into four streamlined organizations. They are: Infrastructure Health & Safety Association: Based in Mississauga, Ont., it covers construction, electrical and utilities, transportation, aggregates, natural gas and ready-mix concrete. Public Services Health & Safety Association: Based in Toronto, it covers hospitals, nursing and retirement homes, residential and community care, universities and colleges, school boards, libraries and museums, municipalities, provincial government and agencies, police, fire, paramedics and First Nations. Workplace Safety North: Based in North Bay, Ont., it covers mining, mine rescue, smelters and refineries, forestry, pulp and paper, printing and converting and northern Ontario business. Workplace Safety & Prevention Services: Based in Mississauga, Ont., it covers agriculture, landscaping, manufacturing, service, hospitality, retail and wholesale trade.
Minister Broomes sweeps through another workplace and finds serious labour violations
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World Day Against Child Labour 12 JUNE 2018 by GRAMIN UTHAAN 🎯
This year, the World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) and shine a spotlight on the global need to improve the safety and health of young workers and end child labour.
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MarrShow: Newspaper Review: Ayesha Hazarinka, Amanda Platell, Jon Sopel (15July18)
Sunday newspaper review with Ayesha Hazarinka a "comedian" and commentator, Amanda Platell a columnist for The Daily Mail, and BBC's North America editor. Recorded from BBC1 HD, Andrew Marr Show, 15 July 2018.
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Mine accidents with crushers death
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Daily Stormer and PZ Myers Horrendous Quote Mining of Steven Pinker!
Join PZ Myers' in the Daily Stormer's Quote Mines where they both dig through a rich seam of pure Steven Pinker and seek to outdo each other as to who can most outrageously misrepresent the man. I call it a draw. My channel is made possible by the wonderful support I receive on Patreon (and now Makersupport). I hope to be around here for a whole lot longer and see how long i can keep going without losing the plot and Shivesing out! If you'd like to support me in that goal then I'd appreciate it and here are the links by which you can do so: http://www.patreon.com/noelplum99 or http://www.makersupport.com/noelplum or www.paypal.me/noelplum99 Many thanks! Here are your links: The WHOLE Steven Pinker statement: Steven Pinker: Political Correctness Might Be Redpilling America https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTiRnbNT5uE An article by the lovely people over at the Daily Stormer: "Big Nibba Harvard Jew Professor Admits the Alt-Right is Right About Everything" https://dailystormer.red/big-nibba-harvard-jew-professor-admits-the-alt-right-is-right-about-everything/ The equally wonderful Professor PZ Myers: "If you ever doubted that Steven Pinker’s sympathies lie with the alt-right" https://freethoughtblogs.com/pharyngula/2018/01/09/if-you-ever-doubted-that-steven-pinkers-sympathies-lie-with-the-alt-right/#ixzz54gIlhQew"
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15.9.11 - Question 12: Kevin Hague to the Minister of Labour
Did the Department of Labour Inspector Kevin Poynter sign off the Alimak Rise and ventilation shaft as meeting minimum standards and adequate as a second egress from the Pike River mine on 12 August 2010; if so, why? Provided by http://www.inthehouse.co.nz Produced by Tandem Studios
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BAZAR: Strategies, Opportunities in Afghan Mining Sector Discussed
USAID hosted the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP) and more than 80 private sector business leaders at the US Embassy on Wednesday to discuss reform strategies and business openings for the Afghan mining sector. In this episode of Bazar, host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Abdul Qadir Mutfi, a spokesman for the Ministry Mine and Petroleum. Subscribe for exclusive Afghanistan Dari and Pashto news bulletin, breaking news, current affairs programs, documentaries, political commentary, debates and more! برای تماشای سرویس های خبری دری و پشتو، گزارش های تازه، جریانات سیاسی روز، مستند ها، تحلیل های سیاسی و بحث های گوناگون با ما بپیوندید http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TOLOnewsLive --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | Official YouTube Channel | http://www.youtube.com/TOLOnews | Official Google +| https://www.google.com/+TOLOnews | Official Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/TOLOnews | Official Twitter | https://www.twitter.com/TOLOnews | Official Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/TOLOnewsOfficial/ | Official Website | http://www.TOLOnews.com/ Watch TOLOnews on Yahsat / طلوع نیوز را در یاهست تماشا کنید: http://www.tolonews.com/en/watch-tolonews/7893-watchtolonews #TOLOnews | #news | #Afghanistan #طلوع نیوز| #گزارش | #افغانستان ********************************************************************************************* TOLOnews was launched in 2010,it is the country’s first and only 24-hour news channel that reaches a potential viewing audience of 120 million. TOLOnews offers a variety of local and international news, current affairs programs, regular news bulletins,documentaries, political commentary,investigative reports, debates, and in-depth interviews. شبکه خبری طلوع نیوز در سال 2010 ایجاد شد، این شبکه نخستین و یگانه شبکه خبری ای است که به گونه 24 ساعته برای 120 ملیون مخاطب نشرات دارد. طلوع نیوز شما را در جریان تازه ترین گزارش هایی از افغانستان، منطقه و جهان می گذارد. در کنار آن طلوع نیوز با پرداختن به جریانات سیاسی روز، از طریق سرویس های خبری، مستندها، تحلیل های سیاسی، گزارش های تحقیقی و گفتگوها سطح اطلاعات شما را بالا می برد.
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Ministry Of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Year In Review 2017
Jamaica Information Service (JIS) is aimed at reporting up to date factual Government News for Jamaican Citizen here and abroad. We have packaged our information in categories which include Jamaica Magazine, Issues & Answers, JIS features and JIS News along with a few other categories. Take a look through each package and you will be able to find various features highlighting the Governments endeavour to meet its mandate. For further information any News Story or to contact us visit www.JIS.Gov.jm Please Share, Thumbs UP and Subscribe JIS News Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4Rti9qRpm2iW5aoZkFabOazbG Jamaica Magazine Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4Rtj9Uil_4VU-fff-TBQkf73b Official Speeches Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjH6Gc494-mNSYCKovSOsrX Issues & Answers Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjH6Gc494-mNSYCKovSOsrX Jamaica House Weekly Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjH6Gc494-mNSYCKovSOsrX JIS Features Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjLAiOct3MQ8wcx0knHdFOk Budget 2016/2017 Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgJbc0bj4RtjEsWWQBGaAIkJOJ7bkE4i6 OPM Press Briefing Contact us at: Jamaica Information Service (Head Office) 58A Half Way Tree Road, Kingston 10 Jamaica, W.I. Telephone: (876) 926-3590-4 or 926-3740-6 Email: [email protected] or [email protected] Television Department Caenwood Centre, 37 Arnold Rd (5) Telephone: (876) 922-3317 or 922-8680-4 Regional Offices NHT Building 42 B-C Union Street, Montego Bay Telephone: (876) 952-0544
Newsroom: How is the mining industry preparing for job losses
Every year the issue of minimum wage, job cuts and working conditions in the mining industry takes centre stage and called for a review of these issues. However, these conversations have become more vital than ever as we further enter the 4th Industrial Revolution, where technological advancement through machinery and digital platforms are set to replace thousands of jobs in the mining industry - and for a developing nation like South Africa, is this sustainable and how are we preparing for this transformation in mining. National Union of Mine Workers Secretary General, David Sipunzi joined us in studio For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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[LIVE/ARIRANG NEWS] Two Koreas begin first high-level talks in two years - 2018.01.09
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Details: Buhari inaugurates 30-member new minimum wage committee
President Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated a 30-member tripartite National Minimum Wage Committee for the negotiation of a new National Minimum Wage for Nigerian workers. The inauguration held inside the council chamber of the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Monday. It was attended by governors and senior government officials. All Progressives Congress governors, Rochas Okorocha of Imo, Rauf Aregbesola of Osun, Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi and Simon Lalong of Plateau, who are members of the 30-member committee, attended the inauguration. Two of their PDP colleagues, Nyesom Wike of Rivers and Ibrahim Dankwambo of Gombe, who are also members of the committee, were notably absent. Mr. Buhari said in his remarks that the inauguration of the committee followed the recommendation of a technical committee put in place after the increase in the price of petrol in 2016. The president also said the current minimum wage being used in the country has already expired. He said after the completion of the work of the committee, an executive bill would be sent to the National Assembly “to undergo scrutiny before being passed into law”. By its tripartite nature, the committee is made up of persons from the public sector, (federal and state governments) and the private sector made up of the largest private employer group, the Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA), Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce Industry Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) and Nigerian Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (NASME). The committee has a former Head of Service and Minister of Housing, Ama Pepple, as chairperson, while the current Minister of Labour and employment, Chris Ngige, will serve as deputy chairman. The chairman,National Salaries, Income and Wages Commission, Richard Egbule, will serve as the secretary of the committee. Other members of the committee are Udoma Udoma, Minister, Budget and Planning; Kemi Adeosun, Minister of Finance; Winifred Oyo-Ita, Head of the Civil Service of the Federation; and Roy Ugo, the Permanent Secretary, General Services, Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation. The Nigeria Governors’ Forum, NGF, is equally represented in the committee by the select APC and PDP governors. The DG of NGF, Asishana Okauru, will serve as an observer. On the Trade Union side are the President, Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, Ayuba Wabba, who leads a team comprising Peters Adeyemi, Kiri Mohammed, Amechi Asugwuni and Peter Ozo-Eson. The Trade Union Congress is led by its President, Bobboi Kaigama, and other members including Sunday Salako and Alade Lawa. The President, Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, Igwe Achese, is also a member. On the employers’ side are Olusegun Oshinowo, Director General, Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association, NECA, as well as Timothy Olawale and Chuma Nwankwo. The Director General, Federation of Construction Industry, FOCI, Olubunmi Adekoje; Chairman, Kaduna East Branch, Manufacturers Association, MAN, Ahmed Gobir; and Francis Oluwagbenro also from MAN are members.
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Nigeria set to arraign looters of health funds ― Health Minister
Those who mismanaged our funds will pay – Minister of Health The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole said those who mismanaged the funds of the Ministry in the past will be brought to book and thoroughly dealt with. “Those who mismanaged our funds in the past have been asked to refund and some of them will be in court very soon.” He made this statement in Abuja at the Town Hall Meeting. According to Adewole, the Ministry is borrowing a page in the President’s playbook of policy making by naming and shaming those mismanaging funds. Adewole said: “We are using the profile of the leadership of this country. Mr. President’s body language is commitment and dedication to ensure that within the health sector we ensure accountability and transparency.” “We want to reduce inefficiency in the health sector which has been put at about 40%. We want to ensure that we get value for money and any donor money which comes into this country, we want to use it well.” Adewole also said the Ministry secured a $500m loan from World Bank to address maternal and child death. In line with this, the Ministry partnered with States and efforts are being made to save money to promote primary health care within the country. Also, the Ministry will be sending out agents to review how the money contributed is being used. If the Ministry is not satisfied with the performance of the States grants will not be released to the States involved. Adewole also said that the ministry is handling nutritional emergency in Borno State as a team has been sent down there to take care of it. The Minister said Nigerians are fond of delaying going to Health Centers when they are ill until their condition deteriorates. “750,000 children in Borno State are in trouble, 5,000 Nigerians are being screened for diabetes and hypertension, 40,000 for hepatitis, 20,000 for cervical cancer, 20,000 for breast cancer and the purpose of this is to improve the health seeking behaviors of Nigerians.” He also made known his plans to review medical tourism within the country. According to him, Nigeria loses 1 billion dollars annually because people leave the country to get medical attention abroad. He said his plan is to stop people from going abroad for health care and make foreigners come to Nigeria for health care as well as provisions are being made to upgrade seven medical centers to handle emergency cases and cancer.
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Safety certificate of award was received from, Lyonpo, Ngeema Sanga
The certificate of award was received from, Lyonpo, Ngeema Sangay Tshempo, Hon Minister, Ministry of Labour Human Resources, Royal Govt. of Bhutan.
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Ngoako Ramatlhodi has told mining bosses - let's talk
Mining Minister, Ngoako Ramatlhodi, has told mining bosses - let's talk. He's suggested government is tired of being told at the last minute, while a flurry of restructuring or selling plans have been announced. He was speaking at the second Joburg Indaba for the mining industry on Wednesday. The embattled industry is currently being audited by government to check it's compliance with the Mining Charter. The Charter calls for 26 percent black ownership in the industry.
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देश की सबसे बड़ी लूट : Biggest Mining Scam In Odisha
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Canberra Week in Review 21st August - SBS Amharic
This week in politics, the Prime Minister accused Labor of a xenophobic campaign against the China Australia Free Trade Agreement, announced plans to restrict court appeals for mining projects and read the riot act to members of cabinet over leaks to the media. Political attention from the Opposition was focused on Union Royal Commissioner Justice Dyson Heydon. Feature by Catherine McGrath and David Sharaz -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
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Special Story on Barytes Mining Mafia in Khammam | Corruption in Mining Department | 10TV
Watch 10TV Special Story on Barytes Mining Mafia in Khammam District, Mining Department officials Corruption is creating severe damage to Government Income and Environment. People Urge Government to take action on Mining Mafia and Corrupted Officials. For latest news updates, Subscribe us @ http://goo.gl/MkmvFW Visit us @ http://www.10tv.in Like us on www.fb.com/news10tv Follow us on https://twitter.com/thetentv Circle us on https://plus.google.com/+10tvIntelugunews Watch 10TV, a leading 24/7 Telugu news channel for all the latest news updates, breaking news, Political News, Live Reports, Weather Reports, Sports Update, Business Trends, Entertainment News And Stock Market News Along With Special Programs Like Exclusive Interviews, Cookery Shows, And Health Specials.
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Telangana Labour Minister attends state-level workshop on protection of children from trafficking
Hyderabad, Dec 21 (ANI): Telangana Home/Labour Minister Naini Narshimha Reddy attended a state-level workshop on elimination of child labour and effective function of National Child Labour Project (NCLP) on Wednesday. The workshop was held in Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Human Resource Development Institute to protect children from trafficking. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ☛ Visit our Official website: http://www.aninews.in/ Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛ Follow us: https://twitter.com/ani_news ☛ Send your suggestions/Feedback : [email protected]
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🇮🇳 India: The Lost Boys | 101 East
India: The Lost Boys Karma,16, has worked as a miner for over a year in India's northeastern state of Meghalaya, crawling deep inside a 'rat-hole' tunnel to dig coal for seven hours a day. "Inside it is very unstable. The smell is awful," he said sitting on a pile of coal. "It is so dirty, and it is difficult to move. You breathe in the coal and the dust. People get sick like this. There is no water to drink and it is so muddy. It is not nice at all." Child rights activists have reported that there are thousands of children like Karma working in Meghalaya's coal pits, because only those who are small in size are able fit in the claustrophobic tunnels. Many of them, like Karma, are believed to be from neighbouring Indian states, or from nearby Nepal and Bangladesh. Hasina Kharbhih has been fighting the exploitation of these children for several years through her NGO Impulse. She said agents working for mine owners help traffic children to the coal-rich Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya. They promise impoverished parents high salaries in return for their children's work, but fail to mention the dangerous conditions they will be living in. The mines often flood without warning or cave in, trapping and killing workers. There is rarely any compensation for the victims. "If we die, we die," said Ram Kumar Rai, 40, a Nepalese miner in Jaintia Hills. "They just bury us here. If we live, we suffer and we can't earn. We rot here and die. People who have money, friends or family here, their body will be sent back to Nepal. And those who don’t have anyone, they will just throw their bodies here or there." Rai was recently trapped in a tunnel after a massive rock fell on him. He had severe pain in his back and chest but received no compensation or money for medical treatment from the mine owner. "When someone dies, they hide the body so no one will know. That way the owner does not pay compensation to the family. He doesn't pay a single cent," he said. There are several national laws in India that set labour and safety standards for mines, and ban children aged under 18 from working there. But the industry in Meghalaya is openly flouting these regulations because the state government has failed to implement these laws and punish offenders. Karma has been labouring here since he was 14. His family of seven moved to Jaintia Hills a few years ago from Assam, desperately searching for work. His father had just died of tuberculosis after spending a lifetime in Meghalaya's mines. "I would like to have the chance to study but then my brother would be the only one working and we cannot afford it. And if I try to do another job, the salary would be less. So do we eat or do I go to school?" Karma said. Karma works most days, using a pick-axe to remove coal from the walls of the tunnels. "When I first went in the rat-hole, I was so scared," he said. "I thought the roof would fall on me. My knees were all scratched, but after two weeks I got used to it." "There are boys who are nine to 10 years of age who are doing this work. Younger than that they cannot do it." Despite several reports by the media and child advocates, Ampareen Lyngdoh, Meghalaya's labour minister, said she had yet to see hard evidence of young labourers. "The mining owners were telling me that a child actually cannot pull out the coal from the mine," she said from her office in the state's capital, Shillong. "You need to verify the ages of these so-called children. We are a community which is very small built. If you looked at my face you would not know how old I am. I can challenge you on that. So I might look sweet 16 but my age is something else. "Every time we rescue these so-called children, they come to a medical officer and they manage to get a certificate which says they are above such and such age." Despite her reservations, Lyngdoh said the government is drafting the state's first ever mining policy so they can register all mine owners and set standards for what they can and cannot do. Child labour is banned under these guidelines but 'rat-hole' mining is not, which is why children are employed in the first place. Child rights activist Hasina Kharbhih is sceptical about the state government's sincerity in tackling child labour. "The political will has not been there because half of the mines are also owned by a lot of political leaders. So definitely there is a vested interest of the political leaders to actually ensure that you slow down the whole process of whatever complaint is coming," she said. "These people have no rights at all. A democratic country like India will not be developing and prospering through violation of rights. It is inhumane." More from 101 East on: YouTube - http://aje.io/101eastYouTube Facebook - http://facebook.com/101east Twitter - http://twitter.com/aj101east Instagram - http://instagram.com/aj101east Website - http://aljazeera.com/101east
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