According to Laborers’ Health and Occupation Safety Assembly, at least 177 laborers have lost their lives in April, increasing the number of workers who lost their lives in the last four months of 2018 to 575.
129 of the 177 laborers were contracted in the status of laborer or civil servant; 48 were farmer and artisan.
Of the workers, 10 were women, four were children and eight were refugee/immigrant.
The highest number of occupational homicides occurred in sectors of construction, commerce/bureau, transportation, municipality, energy and health. Only one of the workers was a union member (0.56 percent).
Most of the occupational homicides occurred in İstanbul
Among the causes of the occupational homicides were traffic/shuttle accident, falling down from height and getting trapped under debris.
Most of the occupational homicides occurred in İstanbul, Kocaeli, Manisa, Gaziantep, Eskişehir, İzmir, Antalya, Aydın, Bursa ve Denizli.
The laborers who lost their lives name-by-name
Hediye Emre, Mustafa Ak, Mehmet Tekin, Saime Tekin, Mustafa Binbuğa, Ahmet Bayav, Bismillah R., Yusuf Kaya, Berat Taş, İsmail Sarıkaya, A.A., Abdullah ., Hasan Egelioğlu, Ayhan Eriş, Abdulbaki Özmen, Lütfi Doğan, Turgut Emir, Sadık Oruç, Ali İhsan Aker, Mehmet Demir, Mürsel Baş, Ahmet Karakaya, Hüseyin Bozkurt, Sünnetullah Khushmatov, Halil Bayraktar, Durdu Karataş, Serkan Özyurt, Feyzullah Üner, Müesser Dursun, Haşim Cangirt, Hikmet Akar, Celalettin Şahin, Halil Mutlu, Süleyman N., P.K., Halil Ayvurdu, Sabri Doğan, Bayram Keriman, Esat Dülger, Süleyman Akgün, Mehmet Tufan, Osman Gürel, Abdullah Hanife, Murat İnan, Şerif Canbaz, Aysel Özdemir, Şinasi Ulutaş, Cihan Demirel, İzamettin Ağaç, Veli Ateş, Okan Taş, Emrah Danacı, Hammed Habbesi, Ercan Yiğitalp, Erol Akbaba, İbrahim Kenar, Umut İrişik, Mustafa Kaya, Murat Koz, Yılmaz Çingil, Nedim Yavaş, Lale Yıldırım, Süleyman Avcı, Ömer Delimehmetoğlu, Merve Çavdar, Hasan Yaman, Mustafa Ergün, Serkan Horzum, Güngör Kıran, Betül Altıntaş, Abuzer Kara, Hasan Hüseyin Aybey, Mikail Yalçın, Fatih Özmutlu, Yasir Armağan, Serdar Çağlak, Ahmet Sert, İbrahim Hakkı Umut, Mehmet Kuku, Halil İbrahim Daloğlu, Volkan Çetinyol, Taner Yıldırım, Esat Bağcı, Ümit Deveci, Zemerhan Süvök, Mehmet Cemal Akkulu, Erol Bağesen, Kenan Kazak, Fatih Emin Erdoğan, Mazlum Çetin, Fazlı Aslan, Salim Yüce, Halid Hassun, Aziz Hamsi, Nezir Çağrıbay, İsmail Sökmen, Nuri Aygören, İhsan Şahin, Hasan Kara, Kadir Kara, Kafi Demirciler, Mehmet Özdemir, Sedat Kuru, Mustafa Ocaklı, Ömer Özdemir, Süleyman Kart, Yücel Akkaya, Sadık Seri (Siri), Necati Tuncer, Cemil Ayhan, Yahya Karabacak, İlyas Şahan, Hakan Erenkaya, Celal Bağ, Lokman Kazdal, Yunus Boz, Velican Özcoşkun, Vefa Taşçı, Kürşat Kandazoğlu (Basıcı), Hasan Eroğlu, Serdar Kibar, Yusuf Balın, Mehmet Cabir Günay, Hasan Osoydan, Mustafa Şanlı, Mehmet Salcı, Hacı Ahmet Demir, Ahmet Şişkin, Mehmet Şişkin, Mehmet Şekeroğlu, Hayati Dalgıç, Ahmet Gencan, Ahmet Uçar, Yavuz Ege, Ali Demirci, Fethi Büyükkalkan, Halil Çelik, Kürşat Kunt, Mücahit Tunçbilek, Serkan Çelik, Muhammed Özbakan, Sadettin Özdemir, Zeki Salih, Yakup Değirmenci, Kenan Yazıcı, Musa Gencer, H.Y., Esma Başkurt, Hikmet Yeşilırmak, Alpay Alper Yıldız, Abdurrahman Kanber, Burak Tatar, Levent Bayırlı, Kadir Akkaya, İsmail Değirmenci, Selami Avcı, Yakup Acar, U.G., Ramazan Işık, Taner Çebi, İsmail Ulutaş, Mehmet Göner, Müştak Uğurhan, Ali Aras, Hikmet Gümüştaş, Nuraga Sahil, Erdem Kıvrak, Nazım Türkmen, Halis Kera, Mustafa Yılmaz, Ümmü Uçar, M.Y., Nihat Doğan, Büşra Mutlu, Rafet Yıldırım and two unidentified workers. (TP/TK)
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