📩 30/11/2018 17:18
Workers who lost his life for the Locomotive Factory Action: in Eskisehir, Turkey Locomotive and Engine Industry AŞ (TÜLOMSAŞ) have been protests due to the death of a worker on occupational accidents occurred yesterday.
In a protest in front of TÜLOMSAŞ; United Transport Employees Union (BTS), Chamber of Physicians, TMMOB, İKK, DİSK and KESK made a joint press release. Speaking on behalf of BTS for the first time, Branch President Ersin Cem Paralı reminded that a worker named Halil Taykaya died at the Gear Team Workshop Wheel Turning House at the General Directorate of TÜLOMSAŞ. Paralı said, “Taykaya lost his life by falling from a height of 11 meters while maintaining the crane he was taken without taking the necessary safety measures.” Stating that Taykara, who passed away, worked in a subcontractor company called Makron, Paralı said, "Those who work without a protective clothing, safety belt and responsible personnel at the beginning, gave this job to the subcontractors in the field of responsibility," he said.
“A WORKER IS DEAD IN THE PREVIOUS YEAR”
Mercenaries, condolences to the family and relatives of the worker who lost his life. TÜLOMSAŞ'da previous year, a worker named Hüseyin Saraçoğlu drew attention to the fact that died in an accident at work, where the health and safety of worker health and safety of a public service is due to be removed, new deaths are inevitable, said before that they said. Mercenary, ilke Unfortunately, the AKP government has adopted the principle of taking measures for occupational health and safety, increasing controls, not punishing the most serious of those responsible for the massacres, but of making forgetfulness, and the continuation of the exploitation wheel. The content of the bag law discussed in the Assembly is the most basic indicator of this understanding. Meclis
Paralı noted that TÜLOMSAŞ management should now be accountable, especially the general manager, and that they will continue to struggle resolutely. Speaking later, Bulent Nazım Yılmaz, the President of the Chamber of Physicians, stated that they witnessed a similar "job murder" shortly after the workers' deaths in Istanbul. Yilmaz argued that the government's latest subcontracting law enacted by the Parliament imposed not only subcontracting, but also work accidents and homicides. Yılmaz invited the judiciary to the task and called on the TÜLOMSAŞ administration to resign.