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24 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:13 GMT+2

July 18, 2019

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Mortal incident in the port of Savona

A worker has fallen while he was carrying out work of painting in the hold of a ship

Today in the port of Savona a worker is died as a result of a happened fall while he was painting the roof of the hold of the Elektra ship moored to the dock High Backdrops. Filt-Cgil, Fit-Cisl and Uiltrasporti have proclaimed an immediate strike of the workers of the port until tomorrow to hours 14. "He is not tolerable - the general secretary of Cisl Liguria has denounced, Luca Maestripieri - than continues myself to die at the work place". "We attend - he has added - that it is made full light on dynamics of the incident and the eventual responsibilities, but while we cannot that to state with disdain that continues without pause this war bulletin with incidents that harvest victims in general indifference without interruption. Politics only remember of the incidents and the dead when it serves to make propaganda. They serve assumptions in the Civil Service quickly for irrobustire the net of the controls, politics understands once and for all that the life of who it works must be indeed the priority of a Marital status".

Expressing anger and pain for the umpteenth one died on the job, the general secretary Uiltrasporti Liguria, Roberto Gulli, has specified that "the news that reaches to us, if also fragmentary, says that on board of the ship they were not used the security measures for the job in quota. We on board restate - it has emphasized Gulli - the sparsity of verifications and controls of the ships during the harbour operations".

PSA Genova Pra' Autorità di Sistema Portuale Mar Ligure Orientale

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