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23 May, 2019, 14:47 BST Rotterdam Convention Meeting Concludes in Favour of Chrysotile Asbestos

The International Alliance of Trade Union Organisations "Chrysotile", welcomes the results of the Rotterdam Convention meeting. Thanks to the...


29 Apr, 2019, 18:26 BST Workers of the Chrysotile Industry Celebrate Chrysotile Asbestos Protection Day

The International Alliance of Trade Union Organizations "Chrysotile" congratulated chrysotile industry workers on April 16th, the Chrysotile Asbestos ...


25 Mar, 2019, 13:00 GMT International Alliance of Trade Union Organizations "Chrysotile" Highlights Study into Causes of the Grenfell Tower Fire

International Alliance of Trade Union Organizations "Chrysotile" has drawn attention to the results of the research conducted by John A. Hoskins and...


14 Mar, 2019, 12:18 GMT Eurasian Economic Commission Supports Chrysotile Asbestos

International Alliance of Trade Union Organizations "Chrysotile" supports the decision of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), the...


13 Dec, 2018, 10:38 GMT Chrysotile Industry Veteran Turns 100

The International Alliance of Trade Union Organisations Chrysotile extends hearty congratulations to Sergei Moiseyev, a veteran of the Uralasbest...


15 Oct, 2018, 10:00 BST Kazakhstan Hosted International Trade Union Conference on Chrysotile Asbestos

The International Trade Union Conference on Chrysotile Asbestos and Safety held in Kazakhstan. It was organised by the Industry Council of the Trade...


18 Apr, 2018, 14:03 BST International Alliance "Chrysotile" Says Double Standards of European Union Deprive Millions of Access to Drinking Water

According to United Nations statistics published on the organization's website, over 40% of the world's inhabitants suffer from a moderate or acute...