“Occupational Injury?” You didn’t call 119, did you?!”
On the 29th July 2015, Mr. Lee (34) was crushed by a forklift truck and dragged over 5 meters. His coworker urgently called 119. However, the ambulance couldn’t even get into the factory but returned back to their depot as his company “claimed” he sustained a ‘minor laceration’. What happened to Mr. Lee afterward? He ended up dying due to the lack of emergency care.
It is natural that 119 is not called at work even though workers are injured to conceal occupational injuries. Occupational injuries are being concealed by a secret promise among company owners, subcontracting companies and hospitals.
has made a ‘messenger’ formed process showing how  occupational injuries are hidden by companies when they occur at worksite. It was designed by Bo-hwa Jang.

Front page  http://laborhealth.or.kr/41059

Preface of   Click

Table of Contents

1. Fall to sea! Why didn’t they call 119 ?  click 

2. “Wish I could remove the word of ‘suicide’ covered with my husband” click 

3. 13 deaths within a year at the ‘death factory’… what happened? click

4. [Infographic] People in the ‘hell ship’, how were they killed? click

5. ‘Shipyard ghost story’, the same death in 2014 as 1994 again? click

6. Head opened, leg broken.. No Worker’s Compensation! click

7. Blowing the whistle “How did I blackmail them?” click

8. ‘Smashing’ subcontracting companies, ‘choking’ workers  click

9. “Occupational injury?” You didn’t call 119, did you?  click

10. “Nobody stops running on a single log bridge” click

11. “What is should be like… what it really is like”   click

12. ‘Old’ blacklist, still valid?  click

13. “Jeong Mong-joon is coming to HHI to collect bills”  click

14. Pyramid contract ‘Mul-yang team’, causes death   click

15. Norwegian Press reported ‘Hyundai Heavy Industry Worker’s fatality’… 

     “Shocking information” click