Create Content in Minutes

Get Started For Free

Electronics

Electronics OSH

Samsung to Compensate Infirm workers from 1984 Onward, Arbitration Proposal Demands
stopsamsung.wordpress.com

Samsung to Compensate Infirm workers from 1984 Onward, Arbitration Proposal Demands

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. should compensate workers falling ill at its LCD and chip plants from 1984 onward, the Mediation Committee said on Nov. 1, 2018 in its final arbitration proposal.  The…

VIEW MORE
SHARPS and Samsung Consent to Binding Arbitration for Occupational Disease Victims
stopsamsung.wordpress.com

SHARPS and Samsung Consent to Binding Arbitration for Occupational Disease Victims

It’s been so long overdue that it’s looked hopelessly far off.  However, the day finally has come—Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd has agreed to a binding arbitration framew…

VIEW MORE
Forced Labor Is the Backbone of the World’s Electronics Industry
theatlantic.com

Forced Labor Is the Backbone of the World’s Electronics Industry

Poor people around the world are streaming into Malaysia in search of factory work. Once they arrive, they often find only hardship.

VIEW MORE
SHARPS’s Sit-in Reaches 1000-Day Mark
stopsamsung.wordpress.com

SHARPS’s Sit-in Reaches 1000-Day Mark

As of July 2, 2018, SHARPS’ sit-in has continued for more than 1000 days.  On Oct.7, 2015, tens of SHARPS members pitched a makeshift canopy to squat at Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.’s corpo…

VIEW MORE
Report prompts call for Samsung to disclose workplace chemical use
chemicalwatch.com

Report prompts call for Samsung to disclose workplace chemical use

Workers are not given information about hazardous substances

VIEW MORE
Electronic waste equal environmental hazard as plastic; here’s what India should be doing
financialexpress.com

Electronic waste equal environmental hazard as plastic; here’s what India should be doing

Only 20% was recycled through appropriate channels. If we talk about India—the fifth-largest producer of e-waste in the world—around 1.8 million mt of e-waste was generated in the country in 2016.

VIEW MORE
As e-waste continues to pile up, a greater focus on its management is needed
india.mongabay.com

As e-waste continues to pile up, a greater focus on its management is needed

The next time you think of buying a new cell phone or television on a whim, you might want to consider the effect it has on the environment and on human health. According to a recent study by research

VIEW MORE
High possibility Mica used in the Electronics Industry is linked to Child Labour. - Good E
goodelectronics.org

High possibility Mica used in the Electronics Industry is linked to Child Labour. - Good E

The electronics sector is one of the largest users of Mica globally and demand for the mineral is growing. Yet according to an article by Reuters, electronics companies often do not know where Mica is

VIEW MORE
Samsung Display joins move to halt disclosure of workplace reports
koreaherald.com

Samsung Display joins move to halt disclosure of workplace reports

Samsung Display, the display unit of South Korean tech giant Samsung Group, said Friday that it has filed an administrative suit at the Daejeon District Court seeking to nullify the government’s order

VIEW MORE
'Urban mining' in South Korea pulls rare battery materials from...
reuters.com

'Urban mining' in South Korea pulls rare battery materials from...

Workers at a rural South Korean factory are busy extracting some of the world's most coveted metals, used in the batteries that power electric cars.

VIEW MORE
The Superfund Sites of Silicon Valley
nytimes.com

The Superfund Sites of Silicon Valley

When Federica Armstrong discovered that she lived a mile from one of Silicon Valley’s multiple toxic Superfund sites, she set out to photograph them.

VIEW MORE
Smartphones Are Killing The Planet Faster Than Anyone Expected
fastcodesign.com

Smartphones Are Killing The Planet Faster Than Anyone Expected

Researchers are sounding the alarm after an analysis showed that buying a new smartphone consumes as much energy as using an existing phone for an entire decade.

VIEW MORE
How Big Wireless Made Us Think That Cell Phones Are Safe: A Special Investigation
thenation.com

How Big Wireless Made Us Think That Cell Phones Are Safe: A Special Investigation

The disinformation campaign—and massive radiation increase—behind the 5G rollout.

VIEW MORE
Female Semiconductor Workers Face Increased Risk of Leukemia - Be Korea-savvy
koreabizwire.com

Female Semiconductor Workers Face Increased Risk of Leukemia - Be Korea-savvy

SEOUL, Jan. 10 (Korea Bizwire) – A new report has found that female semiconductor workers in South Korea are nearly two and a half times …

VIEW MORE
Samsung Sues South Korea Over Working Conditions Report | Androidheadlines.com
androidheadlines.com

Samsung Sues South Korea Over Working Conditions Report | Androidheadlines.com

Samsung Electronics is suing the government of South Korea over a chip factory working conditions report that Seoul said will publicize later this spring, having been petitioned to do so by local acti

VIEW MORE
Powered by elink.io