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(en) Poland, Mazowieckie, Workers Initiative: Construction Fair co-organized by the OZZIP [machine translation]

Date Wed, 31 Jul 2019 07:56:04 +0300

July 21 took place in Warsaw, at the school at ul. Sierakowskiego 9, Construction Festivities co-organized by OZZ Employee Initiative. It was already the second event from the series inaugurated by the Festivities of 23 September last year (organized on the initiative of the informal Zelbetty Association in cooperation with ZZ Budowlani and OZZ IP). This time, the initiative came from the newly established Warsaw Inter-Factory Construction Commission of the IPO, which brings together operators of cranes, formwork and carpenters. The other co-organizer was the Razem Part. The event was hosted by: a carpenter Kacper Kwiatkowski (Lot Together) and a crane operator Florian Nowicki (WMKB OZZ IP).
A special guest of this year's festival was Tomasz Klarkowski (aka Einar Thordwaldsen), crane operator from Bydgoszcz, author of films condemning scandalous working conditions in the construction industry (and beyond), and calling construction workers (and other industries) to organize relationships professional.

During the Festivities, the OZZ IP film crew recorded conversations with construction workers, which will be used in the emerging film about working conditions in construction.

Participants and participants of the Festivities took a group photo with posters containing slogans of solidarity with the Amazon crew, where the strike referendum is currently under way.

The main attraction of the Festival was a football tournament in which the following teams clashed with each other:
- PROMONTE - a team of carpenters (Polish and Ukrainian) from the company Promonte, under the leadership of Captain Adrian Mazurowski, member of the presidium of the WMKB OZZ IP.
- EKIPA ZABKI - team organized by the carpenter Mateusz Dabkowski (who won the title of the best goalkeeper in the previous edition)
- TOTALLY BUILDING GOODS - a team of carpenters and operators, led by Kamil Lubian and Florian Nowicki
- YOUTH MACHINE TOGETHER - a team composed of young supporters of the Party Together

The tournament was won by the team of Promonte. In the decisive match, Promonte defeated the team from Zabka 2-1. In the meeting at the top for a long time the 1-1 draw result was maintained, giving the championship of the team from Zabka. In the last minutes of the meeting, the fans of the Promonte have loudly cheered their favorites. The results did not have to wait long. After crossing Vasil Leniwa (winner of the first goal for Promonte in this match) Nazar Bartoszewski resolved the result of the match and the whole tournament. The winners from Promonte received a commemorative cup, and all teams from the first three sets of medals.

Results of all meetings:
Total - Promonte: 4-4
The team from Zabka - Absolute Gingerbread Building: 6-4
The team from Zabka - Total: 12-2
Absolute Gingerbread Building - Promonte: 3-5
Absolute Gingerbread Building - Total: 4-3
The team z Zabki - Promonte: 2-1

Final table:
1. Promonte 7 points
2. The team from Zabka 6 points
3. Absolute Gingerbread Building 3 points
4. Youth Total 1 point

Between the matches there were carpentry and reinforcement games for non-builders. In the carpenter's competition, it was about the right combination of two shuttering boards with a lock, using a carpentry hammer. One of the participants in this difficult competition was Adrian Zandberg, who managed the task. In the armor competition it was about crossing (without tipping) on the upper grid of the ceiling reinforcement, supported on trestles. The difficulty was that you had to do it in high heels. The task was dealt with by: Magda Biejert and Lukasz Ornot.

During the feast there was, among others, OZZ IP tent, where materials from various IP committees could be obtained, as well as sign up for a new Construction Commission.

The festival was family-oriented. There is a children's corner for children.

Interview with Nazar Bartoszewski, the winner of the goal, which decided the fate of the tournament

What did you feel when you scored the goal that decided to win the Promonte in the whole tournament?
The impression was amazing. I felt that the first place we were fighting for was already in our pocket. I understood that we have to defend ourselves by the end of the second half. We did, and we won. It was hard, but we did it and we won 2-1.

Your father, Igor, and Uncle Vasil played in your team. Does the family on the field help or bother?
The family helped me a lot in this tournament. I felt calm knowing that there was father and uncle on the pitch.

How do you rate the level of other teams? Which match was the most difficult for you?
Each match was difficult for us. Each team had their own style of play. The most difficult was the last match.

The Promonte team is not the best in terms of fitness. There was a terrible heat during the tournament. Your teammates barely ran on the pitch. But did not you feel the heat did not bother you?
When I saw that my colleagues were tired and could not make it, I realized I had to play one hundred percent or more. You could say that the heat did not bother me.

What clubs have you trained in Poland and Ukraine?
In Poland, I trained in the FC Viktoria Zerzen club, in Ukraine in many clubs, including in FC Vodnyk and FC Lviv.

What are you doing in Poland?
I came to learn. I finished three years of high school in Warsaw, then studies in Biala Podlaska at AWF. The direction is obvious: sport, football.

Thank you for the conversation.

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