Police yet to file charges over employee fatality in Dwejra in March 2021
The police are yet to present charges against senior
OHSA still ‘seeking legal advice’ months after being informed of breach by one of its top officials
 The Occupational Health and Safety Authority (OHSA) is still
Malta’s workplace health and safety authorities under EU scrutiny following citizen’s petition
A petition to the EU Parliament’s Committee on Petitions
Six years after his death, family of teenage workplace victim Matthew Bartolo still awaits justice
Six years after the workplace death of a teenager
Dingli quarry has pending appeals from two decades ago, operates with impunity
A quarry on the outskirts of Dingli in which
280 workplace health and safety court cases decided in seven years, none lead to jail time
None of the 280 decided judicial cases related to
Nation in disbelief over ‘obscene’ news of injured worker dumped on pavement
After the publication of shocking images of a terrified
Still no standard checklist for OHSA officers visiting construction sites – NAO
The Occupational Health and Safety Authority (OHSA) still does
Robert Abela has no business being ‘angry and hurt’
Prime Minister Robert Abela felt “angry and hurt” by
Death at the workplace: don’t let it happen again
The death of a 45-year old man injured in
The construction of death
‘In Malta, there are 1,264 different ways to die
Business as usual
Akram Almshay, 26 year old male of Libyan nationality,
GUEST POST: ‘This is Malta’
A post on social media by Robert Zammit, after

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