Teachers who have been on strike over fears of “blue water” health risks at a school campus are to return to work on Friday.
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Blue water schools: Teachers who developed cancer question safety review after inquiry team under-report number of cases
Teachers who developed bladder cancer while working at a school built on a toxic landfill site yesterday questioned the safety review that gave the campus the all-clear.
The Sunday Post View: Say nothing and do nothing… Civic Scotland steeped in sullen silence over mesh and blue water schools
With every passing year, every life ruined, and every billion paid out in compensation, one seems certain to become the world’s biggest health scandal. The other, according to a report released on Friday, is no scandal at all.
An independent review into 'blue water' schools in North Lanarkshire has concluded that they are safe for pupils and teachers.
The findings of a review into a school campus at the centre of health and safety concerns will be published later.
NASUWT teaching union says members at ‘blue water’ schools will not return to work if report doesn’t address safety concerns
The NASUWT teachers' union has said that members working at two North Lanarkshire schools will not return to work until it is satisfied it is safe for them to do so.
An independent inquiry into health fears at two schools built on a toxic landfill site will publish their findings on Friday – just five days before term starts.
A leading public health expert is calling for the government inquiry into a cancer cluster school to be broadened with a greater range of tests.
Water and soil testing is to be carried out to address health and safety concerns at a school campus.
Council bosses admit blue water at school campus was first reported six years ago, not in 2017 as officials told public meeting
Reports of blue water at the school campus date back to 2013, council bosses have now admitted.
Investigation: Campaigners say health and safety fears over building schools on toxic dump were ignored by ruling council group
Campaigners who fought in vain to stop a £44 million school campus being built on a toxic dump have revealed how their warnings were dismissed almost a decade ago.