Workers (People), our struggle is long and bitter but it is a noble one, and don’t forget this one: ‘A people without knowledge of their past is like a tree without roots.’
Workers, be competent (having sufficient skill and knowledge) and be temperate (mild or moderate in quality or character) also. Check out these because I am very serious about your survival concerning “The Awareness” you must have.
Workers (People), the pursuit of knowledge is praise worthy yet learning can quickly lead to pride (a feeling of satisfaction) and a refusal to acknowledge any limits on mental abilities/possession of necessary skill or the power to do something).
Hello! Safety is not achievable without prioritizing such aspect and an essential part of major hazard control is concerned with mitigating (to make less severe) or harsh effect of a major accident.
By: Joseph Jones Hello! Sometime ago, I was called for a meeting regarding Safety and Health. It was an extraordinary inconvenience as a lot of time was lost but it was also serious business. During the...
History has clearly shown that the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades & Labour Union has been and continue to be a very important part of the St. Kitts and Nevis Labour Movement since the 1930s.
The funeral service of the late President of the St.Kitts- Nevis Trades & Labour Union Joseph (SKN T&LU) O’Flaherty Jr., 48, is scheduled to take place today, starting at 2:30 PM at the St.George's Anglican Church located on Cayon Street.
In the Words of Oliver Wendell Holmes, “Youth fades, love drops, the leaves of friendship fall, and a mother’s secret hope outlives them all.”
Workers (People), are you aware how continually week after week in the Labour Spokesman this Union educates you all about Occupational Safety and Health at the workplaces? I am wondering how many of you remember the 28th April 2019 which was the celebration o of World Day for Safety and Health. We all must remember always and reflect on the global strategy promotion and creation of preventative safety and Health by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) along with the United Nation (UN).
In the words of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, “It is one of the characteristics of a free and democratic nation that it has free and independent Labour Union.”