“The commitment to ensure maximum safety in the workplace must not retreat in the face of any emergency event, because the protection of the health of those who work is a primary asset against which the civilization of advanced economies is measured. The hope is that, despite the difficult conditions created by the pandemic, the impetus is drawn to increase investments in safety, making use of the advances offered by new technologies and the advances made in recent years by scientific research “. This is what the president Sergio Mattarella asks in a message sent to the President of the National Association of mutilated and disabled workers – ANMIL, Zoello Forni.
Mattarella, dramatic repercussions on workers’ health – “On the occasion of the 70th edition of the National Day for Victims of Workplace Accidents, I extend a cordial greeting to the organizers and all participants in this event, which must make us reflect on the importance of safety in the workplace, in order to find solutions shared and effective in terms of accident prevention “. This was stated by the president Sergio Mattarella in a message sent to the president of the National Association of disabled and disabled workers – ANMIL, Zoello Forn. “This year, the pandemic has had dramatic repercussions on the health of workers. Many have been particularly exposed to the risk, as in the case of health and social care personnel. We have to thank doctors, health technicians and all staff. health services for having faced unprecedented emergency situations: this is the area in which one third of the accidents with fatal outcomes reported to Inail in the first half of this year are placed. In the same way, the workers of essential services, who they allowed the continuation of the many economic activities considered indispensable to our daily life, they performed their services in conditions of concern for their health, allowing all of us to face a dramatic moment. The commitment to ensure maximum safety at work – adds Mattarella in the message – he must not retreat in the face of any emergency event, because the t safeguarding the health of those who work is a primary asset against which the civilization of advanced economies is measured. The hope is that, despite the difficult conditions created by the pandemic, the impetus will be drawn to increase investments in security, making use of the advances offered by new technologies and the advances made in recent years by scientific research. “Today, the National Day of victims of accidents at work, unlike in other years, will take place differently due to the pandemic, but strong is the commitment and the will to overcome this social wound that tears our country. I wish to wish the best success to today’s celebration which must be an exhortation to direct the common action of the institutions towards the safeguarding of health and safety for the future of our fellow citizens ”.
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