Deaths at work, Meloni: “Behind the cold figures are real people, more checks are needed”

Deaths at work, Meloni: “Behind the cold figures are real people, more checks are needed”
Deaths at work, Meloni: “Behind the cold figures are real people, more checks are needed”

“We believe that the strategy to follow” against accidents and deaths at work “is to provide much stricter controls, more severe sanctions for those who do not respect the rules of safety at work and an increasingly widespread culture of prevention.” The Prime Minister states this: Georgia Meloniin a message sent on the occasion of the “Ceremony of Commemoration of Victims at Work”, which is taking place in the Mappamondo Hall in Montecitorio. “In recent months – he recalled – we have proceeded with the hiring of 1,600 labor inspectors, with the aim of doubling the number of inspections during the year 2024.”

“Safety at work,” said the Prime Minister, “is a subject that is particularly close to the heart of this government and is one of the priorities that we have addressed most since coming to power, particularly in discussions with employers and professional organizations. trade unions, because it is a challenge that does not only concern institutions, but involves everyone.”

“Behind the cold numbers and statistics are faces, stories, families, real people and it is our duty to think of these people when we make choices or decisions,” Meloni concluded.

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