‘Bull attacks farmers on the way to slaughterhouse’ | Inland

Photo for illustration. Ⓒ Creative Commons / pxhere BEUNINGS – A bull in Beuningen, Gelderland, attacked two farmers when they wanted to transport the powerful beast to the slaughterhouse. The four-legged friend, according to the two, a father and a son, attacked out of nowhere. The bull was just being loaded onto a truck at … Read more

Concerns Room about tampering with health statements in slaughterhouse

“This shows that this sector is ill,” says Lilianne Ploumen of the PvdA. She believes that a safe workplace is vital, especially during times of the corona crisis. “We have already seen that (temporary) employers in the slaughterhouses do not take the safety risks very closely, but now employees are also being pressured to work … Read more

‘Slaughterhouse Helmond employees continued to work with corona complaints’ | NOW

Employees of slaughterhouse Van Rooij in Helmond have worked while some of them had complaints that correspond to an infection with the coronavirus. They tell the WE. According to the employees, this concerns work that has been done in the past two months. The employees say in conversation with the WE that some were instructed … Read more

New outbreak in slaughterhouse in Germany detected

Lusa Article | 07/19/2020 12:43 German authorities announced today that there is a new outbreak of covid-19 in a slaughterhouse in Lohne with 66 confirmed cases, but they consider it to be of smaller proportions than the one recently registered in Gütersloh. The 66 covid-19 infections are the result of 1,046 tests carried out on … Read more

‘Reservoir’ to pigs: German slaughterhouse reopened Abroad

Agents will check at the end of June whether Tönnies employees comply with the imposed quarantine. Ⓒ AFP RHEDA-WIEDENBRÜCK – The large German slaughter company Tönnies has resumed production to a limited extent after a lockdown at the headquarters in Rheda-Wiedenbrück. The company was closed in mid-June after approximately 1,400 of its 6,000 employees were … Read more

24 corona cases in slaughterhouse in Lower Austria; AUA cuts many flights again

Austria has extended the list of countries from which no more planes can land in Austria due to the corona pandemic. This affects the AUA in particular on numerous routes, which now have to be canceled from July 16 to the end of the month. According to the AUA, the landing bans will also have … Read more

Dissen: Criticism and protests after corona infections | NDR.de – News

Status: 20.05.2020 08:01 a.m. – NDR 1 Lower Saxony At the meat processing plant in Dissen, 92 out of 278 employees tested positive for the corona virus. After 92 positive corona tests in a meat factory of the Westfleisch company in Dissen (district of Osnabrück), consequences are discussed in Lower Saxony. Work contracts for employees … Read more

92 Corona cases in a meat cutting plant in Dissen | NDR.de – News

As of: May 17th, 2020 10:33 pm – NDR television Enlarge image It is not yet clear when production will continue in the company. (Subject image) Due to numerous coronavirus infections in the workforce, a meat processing company in Dissen, Lower Saxony, will initially suspend production on Monday. Tests as part of a nationwide smear … Read more

Corona tests in all slaughterhouses in Schleswig-Holstein | NDR.de – News

As of May 8, 2020 at 7:10 p.m. – Schleswig-Holstein magazine Enlarge image Most of the workers at this slaughterhouse in Bad Bramstedt live in an accommodation in Kellinghusen and are in quarantine. Schleswig-Holstein has the workforce of all large slaughterhouses in the state tested on Covid-19. Subcontractors would also be tested by the responsible … Read more

Dakota workers sent to slaughterhouse

Smithfield Foods pork processing plant in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, April 20, 2020 / AFP A former Eritrean refugee in Ethiopia, Andom Yosef has spent his nights cutting pig carcasses in a factory in South Dakota for years. Like more than 700 of his colleagues, most of them immigrants, he caught the coronavirus. Since arriving … Read more