SAI Responds to fire at Teresa Moda in Prato, Italy (December 2013)
News of yet another factory fire resulting in injury and a loss of 7 lives leaves us once again, deeply saddened and reflects the need to support better working conditions worldwide, not just in high-risk countries.
CGIL Responds to Teresa Moda fire in Prato, Italy (December 2013)
The Italian General Confederation of Labour (CGIL) expresses its pain and solidarity to the families of the victims of the Teresa Moda fire and asks the government and other structures tasked with monitoring violations to start a widespread campaign to punish all illegal workplaces that make a profit from these situations.
While certain parts of the report contain constructive criticism that we welcome and will consider, many of the sections contain errors of fact and substantially mischaracterize SAI’s work.
This tragedy underscores broader infrastructure risks faced by workers every day.
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