Unite and RMT trade union members employed by the Wood Group on Shell’s North Sea facilities are set to stage another round of strike actions over the next week.
Unions | Offshore Post
Nearly 400 offshore oil workers started a 48-hour strike on seven Shell-operated platforms in the North Sea yesterday morning, which is due to continue until later today.
Hundreds of offshore oil workers contracted by Wood Group are planning to start a second strike on seven Shell platforms in the UK North Sea.
Approximately 400 hundred North Sea oil workers have walked out of their premises at 06:30 this morning, following a strike action that is to last for 24 hours
Unite and RMT union members employed by the Wood Group are to take strike action on July 26, the first in a generation on the North Sea.
Nearly 400 oil and gas workers operating in the North Sea for Wood Group are expected to initiate a 24-hour strike action next week.
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