Workers’ Memorial Day 2016
International updates and events listings from ITUC and Hazards magazine
National updates and comprehensive events listings from TUC
Workers’ Memorial Day – this year, it’s the law
Hazards Campaign blog entry, 5 February 2016
News and updates from the Hazards Campaign
Posters from the Hazards Campaign
Click on the image below to view over a decade’s worth of
Hazards Campaign commissioned Workers’ Memorial Day posters
Workers’ Memorial Day 2015
Workers’ Memorial Day 2014
TUC is publishing a comprehensive list of events around the UK.
Get kitted out with Hazards Campaign ribbons, posters, lapel/stationery stickers, window stickers and ‘We didn’t vote to die at work’ t-shirts – the perfect attire for a 28 April event. For further information email the Hazards Campaign or phone 0161 636 7557.
If you want updates on what is going on worldwide on 28 April – the globe’s largest health and safety event – have a look at the ITUC/Hazards Workers’ Memorial Day worldwide list of events and resources
It’s not a secret, TELL PEOPLE about it!! Tell:
anyone you meet, and
don’t forget your employer
Workers Memorial Day is on the 28th April every year.
This is OUR day, a day when workers and our families and our trade unions, focus on health and safety at work, both in our workplaces, and at events locally, nationally, and worldwide. This year more than ever we need to fight for our lives as the recession caused by a greedy, globalised financial system acting out of control under government deregulated, light touch regulation, has caused global meltdown and threatens to make our health and safety an even lower priority.
DON’T DO NOTHING, TAKE SOME ACTION, GET INVOLVED
Attend one of the local events or organise one yourself. If you cannot attend an event try to do something in your workplace – and at very least put up posters, wear a forget me knot ribbon and hold a one minutes silence at noon and tell everyone about it!
Every year there are thousands of events across the world on WMD attended by millions of people. There are hundreds in the UK.
The point of the Day is two fold:
to Remember the Dead and also to Fight for the Living