Hazards Campaign has produced a set of useful resources for International Workers’ Memorial Day 2018 (#iwmd18) – download the order form here.
You can order commemorative purple ribbons, posters, car-stickers and high-vis waistcoats. These resources are ideal for your 28 April event, notice board, union office, workplace, ceremony or to simply hand out on the day.
Follow these links for details of Workers’ Memorial Day activities in the UK and worldwide.
High- vis waistcoat
IndustriALL Global Union has written a letter of solidarity to the President of Iran urging the government to improve safety in Iranian mines after at least 35 miners were killed and scores injured in a coal mine explosion on 3 May. more
EN LA MEMORIA DE LAS COMPAÑERAS Y LOS COMPAÑEROS CONSTRUCTORES FALLECIDOS O LESIONADOS EN OCASIÓN DEL TRABAJO
"Las Mujeres trabajadoras se enfrentan a la precariedad laboral y a la desigualdad de género"
¿Nos parece JUSTO?
LA DESIGUALDAD EN EL TRABAJO NOS ENFERMA A TODAS Y TODOS
VIOLENCA DE GENERO
LOS SINDICATOS HACEN EL TRABAJO MÁS SEGURO
It’s the biggest health and safety event in the world, and it is brought to you by unions and campaigners. What are you doing? #iwmd17
The Irish Health and Safety Agency has published the following information, advice and resources for International Workers’ Memorial Day..
For everyone with an interest in the safety, health and welfare of people at work, April 28th is an important date. It’s the date every year when trade union and employer groups worldwide, as well as individual organisations, remember those who have been killed or injured in work-related accidents.
In Ireland the figures are staggering. In the 3 year period between 2014 and 2016, 156 people were killed in work-related accidents and thousands more badly injured. Last year alone 45 people were killed. These are shocking statistics by any standards.
Colleagues from Congress, Ibec, the Health and Safety Authority and Construction Industry Federation will join together to mark the occasion with a national commemoration event in Dublin. We are asking you, as a key stakeholder, to join the efforts nationally. To the mark the day there are a range of initiatives that your organisation should consider including:
- Get involved by using the national Workers’ Memorial Day Ireland logo on your website, social media presence, presentations, email signatures, displays and in offices and workplaces. (download here)
- In-house training sessions or a toolbox talk
- Website/Social Media/Newsletter content
- Guest speaker presentation to your staff
- Press release to your local/national media marking your event / the day
Worker safety and health is everyone’s business and can only be tackled through a collaborative approach. April 28th presents an important opportunity to remember and to consolidate everyone’s focus around a single day. It will be an annually recurring national event. Please mark the date in your calendar and make the commitment to contribute to this most important challenge.
For further information contact Gavin Lonergan, Head of Communications at the HSA at firstname.lastname@example.org or (01) 799 7838.
Nepalese union GEFONT has produced some very eye catching materials for International Workers’ Memorial Day 2017.
Further details: GEFONT
The BWI has been encouraging affiliates all over the world to campaign on “Unions Make Work Safer” and to pick up one or several sub themes. BWI has prepared a series of posters in Turkish.
Construction • Cement • Asbestos • Gender • Sports • Wood • Xenophobia
The BWI has been encouraging affiliates all over the world to campaign on “Unions Make Work Safer” and to pick up one or several sub themes. BWI has prepared a series of posters in Arabic.
البناء • الأسمنت • الأسبستوس • الجندرة • الرباضة • الخشب • Xenophobia
The BWI has been encouraging affiliates all over the world to campaign on “Unions Make Work Safer” and to pick up one or several sub themes. BWI has prepared a series of posters in Russian.