Travailleur de la construction

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.

our services

Articles and news

Our team is committed to keeping you informed of the latest news and local and regional news.
1
Manif de 59 heures, un léger mal pour éviter de graves conséquences

Certains ont dormi dans les tentes, d’autres sont arrivés à 6h au matin et repartiront très tard. Les travailleurs et leurs alliés occuperont l’entrée de l’Assemblée nationale pendant 59 heures.

Read more +
Demonstration to denounce the proposed reform of health and safety at work

The Association of Workers of Abitibi-Témiscamingue (ATTAAT), the FTQ and the CSN of Abitibi-Témiscamingue and Northern Quebec demonstrated Wednesday noon in Rouyn-Noranda with about fifty workers for the international day of remembrance of workers killed or injured at work. As part of this day, they wanted to denounce Bill 59, which reforms the occupational health and safety system.

Read more +
Minister Boulet tables his bill, an unacceptable reform of the compensation system!

The threat that had hovered over our heads for more than ten years finally materialized on October 27: the reform project for the compensation system for occupational injuries was presented to the National Assembly.

Read more +

Make a donation

You wish to attend all conferences and coffee-meetings, receive all our circulars and be invited to all our events, keep a link to the cause and not miss anything, make a donation and you will be automatically registered in our database to be able to follow us and follow you more closely.

Icon