In recent years, occupational accidents in Shanghai have decreased both in quantity and the number of people.
What is believed to be the world’s largest annual migration will take place in China.
Coalmining, cement and building materials are China’s pillar industries, yet they also bring with them an abundance of hazards.
Safeguarding workers’ lives, safety and health is a matter of overriding importance for trade unions.
The Kunshan government recently launched a safety overhaul to eliminate hazards and protect workers’ health at source.
Shenyang has issued Rules for the Regulation and Management of Occupational Health in the Workplace.
The Qingdao Federation of Trade Unions launched an inspection campaign to ensure workplace safety.
On 20th August 2014, China's Supreme People’s Court detailed the judicial interpretations over the injury on the job.
Trade union organizations at various levels actively participate in policy-making and legislative development process to protect the occupational safety and health rights of workers at source.
Liaoning is the first province in China to implement the pilot project.
In 2013 alone there were 436,000 enterprises and public institutions and more than 100 million workers participating in Ankang Cup activities.
Lawmakers called for a clear definition and division of liabilities concerning workplace safety.
The China Employee Benefits Index (CEBI) is the first index of employee social protection in China.
The complicated working environment presents great obstacles for officials and activists of trade unions.
Trade unions should strive within the legal framework for rights and benefits both for workers and themselves.
Over the past year, trade unions across China have done their utmost to uphold migrant workers’ rights, scoring substantial achievements.
An employer who maliciously defaulted on workers’ wages were sentenced to two and a half years in prison and a fine of up to 50,000 yuan.
Sichuan Trade Union Federation opened a hotline besides offering legal aid on its micro blog.
In 1953, China established a retirement pension system for enterprise employees.