La presentazione in Senato dello studio ANMIL in occasione della Giornata Internazionale della Donna

COMUNICATO STAMPA

 

L’ANMIL PRESENTA IN SENATO UNO STUDIO SU

“DIRITTI DELLE DONNE LAVORATRICI,

RISCHI INFORTUNISTICI E TUTELA DEL LAVORO”

 

Roma, 3 marzo 2022 – Si intitola “Diritti delle donne lavoratrici, rischi infortunistici e tutela del lavoro”, lo studio che l’ANMIL (Associazione Nazionale fra Lavoratori Mutilati e Invalidi del Lavoro) ha inteso realizzare in occasione della Giornata internazionale della donna su iniziativa del Sen. Gianclaudio Bressa, e che è presentato con un Convegno nella prestigiosa Sala Zuccari di Palazzo Giustiniani in Senato (Via della Dogana Vecchia – Roma) il 3 marzo, con partecipazione del pubblico in parte in presenza e in parte a distanza in diretta streaming.
I lavori, coordinati dalla giornalista Luce Tommasi, sono aperti da: il Segretario della Commissione Lavoro del Senato e Membro della Commissione di Inchiesta sulle condizioni di lavoro in Italia Sen. Sergio Romagnoli; il Presidente nazionale ANMIL Zoello Forni; le componenti della Commissione per le Pari Opportunità ANMIL Anna Di Carlo, Maria Agnello e Adele Chiello Tusa; il Ministro per le Disabilità Erika Stefani; il Presidente INAIL Franco Bettoni. A seguire intervengono: l’esperto dei servizi statistici ANMIL Franco D’Amico; la Presidente della Commissione Sanità del Senato Sen. Anna Maria Parente; la Direttrice del Network “DonnexDiritti” Luisa Betti Dakli; la Coordinatrice del Comitato Pari Opportunità del Consiglio nazionale dell’Ordine degli psicologi Angela Quaquero; il Direttore centrale Prevenzione INAIL Ester Rotoli. Termina gli interventi il Segretario della Commissione permanente d’Istruzione pubblica, Membro della Commissione di Inchiesta sulle condizioni di lavoro in Italia e Membro della Commissione straordinaria di tutela e promozione dei diritti umani Sen. Michela Montevecchi e conclude i lavori il Direttore Generale ANMIL Sandro Giovannelli.
La realizzazione dello studio è frutto anche di una proposta della Commissione per le Pari opportunità dell’Associazione, composta da: Maria Agnello (Ragusa), Adele Chiello Tusa (Genova), Anna Di Carlo (Pescara), Savino Di Monte (BAT), Gianclaudio Ferro (Rimini) e Antonio Masella (Modena).
A partire dalla dichiarazione di pandemia di Covid-19, il legislatore nazionale è intervenuto attraverso un’imponente produzione normativa emergenziale a tutela della salute pubblica.
Numerosi provvedimenti normativi e regolatori, finalizzati a contrastare la diffusione del contagio da Covid-19, hanno interessato gli ambienti di lavoro. In particolare, tra i primi provvedimenti adottati, spiccano le regole precauzionali di contenimento del contagio nei luoghi di lavoro ad opera dei Protocolli condivisi con le parti sociali, nonché le norme sulla sorveglianza sanitaria eccezionale per i lavoratori fragili. In secondo luogo, il perdurare dell’emergenza pandemica ha orientato il legislatore all’estensione dell’obbligo di green pass (ordinario e rafforzato) nei luoghi di lavoro, nonché all’introduzione progressiva dell’obbligo vaccinale per alcune categorie di lavoratori.
Quest’anno, dunque, l’ANMIL ha voluto rendere omaggio alle donne che hanno continuato a lavorare per contribuire a resistere in questa pandemia, dedicando loro questo studio che mette in luce come il contesto socio-economico abbia reso travagliata anche la fisionomia del fenomeno infortunistico. Secondo i dati elaborati dall’INAIL, con riferimento al consuntivo 2020-2021, nel biennio sono stati denunciati complessivamente circa 191.000 infortuni da infezione da Covid in ambito lavorativo; di questi ben 130.000, pari al 68,3% del totale, hanno colpito la componente femminile, contro il 31,7% di quella maschile. La situazione si capovolge nel caso di infortuni mortali: 811 casi in complesso, di cui 669 hanno colpito gli uomini (82,5%) e 142 le donne (17,5%).
Per dati nazionali e ulteriori informazioni sull’evento a Roma contattare la Responsabile dell’Ufficio Stampa ANMIL, dott.ssa Marinella de Maffutiis (cell. 329.0582315), mentre per le storie d’infortunio rivolgersi alla Sezione ANMIL territoriale di competenza. 

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CARTELLA STAMPA:

Comunicato Stampa
Studio ANMIL sui Diritti delle Donne
Messaggio Ministro del Lavoro – On. Orlando
Messaggio Presidente Commissione d’Inchiesta – Sen. Bressa
Intervento Presidente ANMIL Forni
Intervento Pari Opportunità ANMIL – Di Carlo
Intervento Pari Opportunità ANMIL – Agnello
Dati infortuni donne Italia 2021
Dati infortuni donne Lazio 2021
Intervento Direttore Prevenzione INAIL – Rotoli

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  • A Chinese tech company will use its cutting-edge drone helicopters to deliver bulky goods
    to residents’ houses after receiving official permission to
    try out the service.The pilot-less ‘air taxis’ can carry up to 150 kilos (331
    pounds) of goods per flight and send them to remote and mountainous areas, according to their manufacturer.The mega drones,
    which can fly up to 90 mph, will be tasked to transport
    products ‘between ground and hilltop and between shore and islands’ in the Chinese city of Taizhou during trial runs. China has unveiled self-driving drone ‘taxis’ that can deliver goods to households in rural villages as the
    country ventures out new ways to distribute
    merchandise in remote areas EHang, a Chinese drone operator that pioneered the ‘air-taxis’ for sightseeing trips
    in China has been given green light by the government to move
    into air cargo transportation The
    Guangzhou-based tech firm claimed that their drones are the world’s first electric
    passenger-carrying autonomous aerial vehicles.

    The drone is being displayed in GuangzhouEHang, a Guangzhou-based tech firm,
    claims that their drones are the world’s first electric passenger-carrying autonomous aerial
    vehicles.The company has obtained approval from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to use its drones
    in for transporting heavy-lifting merchandise,
    according to a  Footage released by the company shows the unmanned aerial vehicle, EHang 216, flying across sea and mountains as engineers tested its various functions in Chinese city Taizhou EHang, a Guangzhou-based tech firm, claims that their drones are the world’s first electric passenger-carrying autonomous aerial vehicles. The ‘flying-taxi’, EHang 216 (pictured in China), demonstrated its first test flight for the first time in Europe in April last year The mega drones will be tasked to transport products ‘between ground and hilltop and between shore and islands’ in the Chinese city of Taizhou during trial runsThe ‘flying-taxi’ demonstrated its first test flight for the first time in Europe in April last year. Austrian aerospace company FACC and its Chinese partner AVIC flew their drone above the pitch at Vienna’s Generali Arena.The unmanned vehicle was said to have the capacity to seat two passengers and can fly up to 150 km per hour (90 mph).In January, the company The company obtained approval from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to use its drones in for transporting heavy-lifting merchandise, according to a statement on May 27 The Nasdaq-listed company EHang, based in Chinese souther city Guangzhou, previously launched sightseeing tours with its passenger-carrying drones for tourists and hotel guests In May, EHang joined with LN Garden Hotel in Guangzhou to offer air tourism services to customers with the pilotless air-taxis. The 216 drones are being displayed in GuangzhouThe Nasdaq-listed company is also planning to In May, EHang signed an agreement with the LN Garden Hotel in Guangzhou to offer air tourism services to customers in the near future.China has yet to grant approvals for drones to carry passengers. But the permission for EHang’s air cargo services is considered by as major progress.The
    news comes as China is discovering new ways to deliver merchandise to the country’s remote areas following the booming e-commerce industry.Residents who live in rural villages
    across China are now able to sell and buy products online with the help of live-streaming and shopping apps.
    The news comes as China is discovering new ways to deliver merchandise to the country’s
    remote areas following the booming e-commerce industry.

    The world’s first passenger-carrying drone is displayed in Guangzhou, Guangdong province of southern China on June 8
    EHang, a Chinese drone operator that pioneered the
    ‘air-taxis’ for sightseeing trips in China has been given green light by the
    government to expand its reach to air cargo transportation
    The Guangzhou-based tech firm claimed that their drones are the world’s first electric passenger-carrying autonomous aerial vehicles.

    The drones are being displayed in Guangzhou

  • England have almost certainly brought down the curtain on Jason Roy’s international
    career by leaving him out of their squad for next month’s Twenty20 World Cup.Roy, as expected, is the high profile
    absentee from a 15-man squad named this morning as England have dropped one of the most important players in their white-ball
    transformation after a sustained dismal run of form.Elsewhere,
    Chris Woakes and Mark Wood have recovered from injury to take their places in the squad but
    the World Cup in October and November will come too soon for who remains out with
    a stress fracture of his back. Jason Roy’s England career is at risk after he was dropped for
    the Twenty20 World Cup Dawid Malan is expected to
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    Dawid Malan is expected to move up to Roy’s
    place as T20 opener while there are also batting places in the squad for Phil Salt and Harry Brook, who edges out Will Jacks
    in the final 15. There is no place, as expected,
    for Lancashire leg-spinner Matt Parkinson, who has struggled
    to convince England over a lengthy spell within the red and white ball squads that he is
    quick or good enough for the highest level.But there is
    no third spinner in the squad to back up Moeen Ali and
    Adil Rashid, with Hampshire’s Liam Dawson among the three travelling
    reserves. Chris Woakes (right) and Mark Wood (left) have recovered in time to make the 15-man squadEngland have also
    named a 19-man party for the seven-match T20 tour of Pakistan that precedes
    the World Cup without the rested Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow and the
    injured Chris Jordan and Liam Livingstone, who are both expected to be fit for the World Cup in Australia.They are giving chances in Pakistan to a number
    of promising players like Jordan Cox, Tom Helm,
    Jacks and Luke Wood.

    Nottinghamshire’s Ben Duckett also earns a recall but there is no
    place for his county team-mate Alex Hales who can surely
    now be consigned to international history.  England’s World Cup squad:
    Buttler (captain), Moeen, Bairstow, Brook, S Curran, Jordan, Livingstone, Malan, Rashid, Salt, Stokes, Topley, Willey, Woakes, Wood.

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  • Paul O’Grady has revealed he quit his 14-year stint on  Radio 2 because he ‘wasn’t happy’ being forced to share his slot with
    Rob Beckett.The presenter hosted his last Sunday evening 5-7pm
    show yesterday after a shake-up at the station saw him forced to split his time on air with the comedian.The
    67-year-old has become the latest big name star to leave the corporation, with his departure coming just weeks after Steve Wright announced he was stepping
    down.In a video on Instagram, he said: ‘The reason I’m leaving, because everybody’s asked me this, is because I wasn’t really happy with the 13 weeks on, 13 weeks off business.’So I did the honourable thing, I honoured my contract, gave my notice
    in and now I’m off.’Thanks very much and good luck to everyone on Radio 2 and long may
    it continue.’During his 546th show, which he began hosting in 2009, the presenter paid
    tribute to his long-time producer and signed off with his catchphrase: ‘Ta-Ra’. Last week,
    experts claimed that BBC bosses are axing older DJs for likes of Scott Mills, DJ Spoony and RuPaul’s Michelle Visage
    who will play hits from the 90s instead of the 60s in a bid to attract younger female listeners.
    Paul O’Grady (pictured while speaking on Instagram) said he quit his 14-year stint on BBC Radio 2 saying he
    ‘wasn’t really happy’ as he was forced to share
    his slot with comedian Rob Beckett as he becomes the last star
    to leave the corporation The TV and radio presenter, 67, hosted his last Sunday evening 5-7pm slot yesterday after he began presenting the show
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    Mr O’Grady who also thanked fans on social media and his producer Malcolm Prince,
    said: ‘I’ve been really lucky in my time to have worked with some smashing producers and Malcolm is way up there believe
    you me.’His last track was Friends by Bette Midler as he
    said goodbye to his last Radio 2 show on Sunday. Speaking on Radio 2, he
    said: ‘This is the last Sunday Paul O’Grady show here on Radio 2 ever.

    It’s hard to say this, Malcolm, because it’s been almost
    14 years hasn’t it.’Do you know this is one of the longest jobs I’ve ever held down. I only came to do
    a few hours for Elaine Paige and look what happened.’Anyway,
    I always used to say I was running from the building and there was a great big bubble that
    would catch me on Oxford Street and bring me back like the prisoner, but it’s not today and I can run free.’He added: ‘From all of
    us here, from me and from Malcolm and everybody, thank you for tuning in these past 546 programmes.

    So you look after yourselves, stay safe
    and well. Ta-ra everyone.’A BBC spokesperson told
    the MailOnline: ‘We respect Paul’s decision to leave Radio 2 and wish him the best of luck in the future.’ Furious fans accused the corporation of ageism after
    O’Grady announced he was quitting last week.  The BBC
    confirmed Rob Beckett (pictured on the Jonathan Ross Show) will return for at least another 13 weeks of shows  on Radio 2 from Sunday,
    August 21 Radio 2 fans have accused the BBC of ageism after Paul O’Grady quit the
    station today.

    He is the latest in a string of older DJs to step back, including Steve Wright, Graham Norton and Simon Mayo.
    The ‘changing of the guard’ brings with it younger talent,
    including ex-Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills, RuPaul’s Michelle Visage, Waterloo Road’s Angela
    Griffin, and DJ Spoony Paul
    O’Grady and Steve Wright have both quit their Radio 2 shows in recent weeks
    The TV and radio presenter, 67, has hosted the Sunday evening 5-7pm
    slot on Radio 2 since 2009PR experts have suggested that the reshuffle is all part
    of an attempt by bosses to effectively rebrand the station by replacing
    the ‘old guard’ – which includes Tony Blackburn and
    Craig Charles – with younger talent such as former
    Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills, 48.They pointed out that the BBC was giving celebrities
    who might appeal to the so-called ‘Instagram generation’, such as Visage, 53, Waterloo Road actress Angela Griffin, 46, and DJ Spoony,
    52, a shot at running popular slots on Friday and Saturday nights.But
    they warned that the shake-up could ‘alienate’ older listeners and push them towards Radio 2’s competitors, such as Smooth,
    Heart and Gold, which are all owned by Global.BBC
    insiders previously claimed that the corporation has been specifically targeting women between the ages of 35 and 45
    as a key demographic, having previously given them the title ‘mood mums’.

    They claimed Radio 2 was trying to get DJs to play fewer songs
    from the 1960s and 70s in a bid to attract a
    younger audience. Vanessa Feltz has
    become the latest start to abandon the BBC, Pictured: Announcing the news to her listeners
    last month PR expert Rochelle White told MailOnline: ‘There will be a bit of a backlash to these changes.

    No one really copes well with change, do they?’I think this is all about getting rid of the old blood
    and bringing in the new. It looks like this is an attempt to tap into the Millennials and Gen Z, and get them on board, and they might be trying to do that
    by giving personalities who are popular on social media
    better slots.’There’s also Michelle Visage from RuPaul – maybe that’s
    just the BBC swapping out one model for a newer one.’I also wonder how
    much of this is about the licence fee and the
    row that the BBC has had with the Government recently.

    Plus the BBC’s had bad press over impartiality and so on.’Perhaps they’re tying to get young people on the
    hook to show them why they should stick with the BBC, and
    then turn around to the Government and say: ”See, we’re popular and we provide value for the licence fee.

    There’s no need to change it”. Maybe there’s some of that going on too.’Vanessa Feltz, 60, also stepped back from
    her shows on Radio 2 and BBC Radio London after almost 20 years at the helm.The 60-year-old presenter, whose salary of more than £400,
    000 makes her the BBC’s eighth-highest earner, has quit her early morning breakfast show after nearly 20 years on air.
    Ms Feltz (left) said she had to step down ‘to catch up on a much-needed decade’s deficit of beauty sleep’ and use her ‘energy-boosting shut-eye’ to
    ‘frolic with her fiancé Ben Ofoedu (right) who ‘irritatingly remains 10
    years younger than me’ Ms Feltz said she had to step down ‘to catch up on a much-needed decade’s deficit of beauty sleep’ and use her ‘energy-boosting
    shut-eye’ to ‘frolic with her fiancé Ben Ofoedu ‘who irritatingly remains 10 years younger than me.’In the past three years, BBC
    Radio has also lost big-hitters Graham Norton, who quit the station just before Christmas in 2020 but whose talk show is broadcast on BBC One, and Simon Mayo.The shake-up has provoked a backlash, with one
    furious listener tweeting: ‘Steve Wright, Tony Blackburn, Craig Charles and now Paul O’Grady all shafted.

    What is wrong with the muppets that control Radio 2?
    Smacks of ageism somewhat’. Another said: ‘What is the management doing to Radio 2?
    First Simon Mayo, then Graham Norton, Steve Wright, Paul O’Grady.
    Who next, Ken Bruce?
    Liza Tarbuck? We’re losing the best. I don’t want a 90s obsessed Radio 2 full
    of ex R1 DJs’. A third added: ‘Another DJ quits… I rarely ever
    listen now, as it’s become too woke. Seems that @BBCRadio2 is
    really falling apart and going down the pan! The BBC
    is certainly not what it used to be!’. A BBC spokesperson previously said: ‘It was Paul’s decision to leave his Sunday afternoon show
    on Radio 2.

    Radio 2 remains committed to its multi-generational appeal that serves a 35+ audience,
    a target which hasn’t changed in decades, and we’re thrilled over 14.5 million listeners are tuning in each
    week to our brilliant range of programmes, hosted by some of
    the UK’s best loved presenters. ‘As listeners know, we continue to play a wide variety of the
    best music from the past seven decades, including from the 60s and 70s.’The BBC confirmed Beckett
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