Workers due to man picket line outside £200m power plant for second day running
HUNDREDS of workers are due to walk out tomorrow for the second day running on a huge construction site in Hull.
Work on the £200m Energy Works site on Cleveland Street stalled today, after workers manned a picket line in protest over issues, including fire alarms.
It follows a walk out last week by around 280 of the 480-strong workforce over concerns about alarms not working or being inaudible on the site.
Shaune Clarkson, GMB Regional Organiser, said he and Unite union representatives were due to meet clients and contractors tomorrow morning and they would put a proposal on the table.
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