Defend your rights…
quite a job!!

ATTAAT is a non-profit association bringing together workers who are victims of accidents and occupational diseases in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. She believes in the principles of defending collective rights as well as community action.

Défendre ses droits, tout un travail

Defend your rights…
quite a job!!

ATTAAT is a non-profit association bringing together workers who are victims of accidents and occupational diseases in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. She believes in the principles of defending collective rights as well as community action.

We can help you

Our mission is to help you take all the necessary precautions so that all of your rights are respected

Victim of an accident at work or an occupational disease?

Come see us to support you and guide you in your efforts. ATTAAT is an association which covers the administrative regions of Abitibi-Témiscamingue and the Far North which are considered to be among those most affected by work accidents and occupational diseases and where the trades are the most at risk. given the large number of mines in these territories.

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Telecommuting: corporate savings at the expense of employees

Many companies are considering telecommuting in the long term, especially to save on operating costs, but employees are paying the price. Who has to pay the bill for the office you had to set up or the electricity costs you paid?

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Newsletter by Stéphanie Hazan # 116, July 2020 - Can I sue the person whom I consider responsible for my work accident, my motor vehicle accident or my criminal act?

CNESST, SAAQ, IVAC

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COVID-19: People on social assistance given up by government

The Collective for a Poverty-Free Quebec and the Common Front of People on Social Assistance in Quebec want to know why the Quebec government has chosen to abandon people on social assistance. They were badly affected by the COVID-19 crisis and it is incomprehensible that the government refuses to grant them emergency aid.

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