A message from United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities (USMWF) – Facebook page
For your information here are the ads in different languages considering the workers memorial day.
- Hiljainen hetki 28.4.2016 klo 12
- En tyst minut på byggplatserna 28.4.2016 kl 12
- A MOMENT’S SILENCE 28.4.2016 – Hiljainen hetki
- VAIKNE HETK 28.4.2016 – Hiljainen hetki
- CHWILA CISZY 28.4.2016 – Hiljainen hetki
- МИНУТА МОЛЧАНИЯ 28.4.2016 – Hiljainen hetki
sosiaalisihteeri – socialsekreterare – social secretary, VTS
Rakennusliitto ry – Byggnadsförbundet rf – Construction Trade Union email@example.com
Tel:+358 20 774 3082. Fax:+358 20 774 3062
Join Worksafe, Street Level Health Project, and Centro Legal de la Raza for an evening of action and remembrance.
4:30 PM — Lake Merritt Amphitheater
Meet and march downtown
5:30-6:30 PM — City Hall
Rally & Memorial program
This year’s Worker’s Memorial Dayevent, Reclaim Labor! Reclaim Lives!is dedicated to honoring all the day laborers, immigrants, and low wage workers whose lives have been lost due to unsafe working conditions. We will come together in mourning and solidarity, and highlight the importance of the continuing fight for workers’ rights.
4:30pm: Meet at the Lake Merritt Amphitheater (between 12th Street and 1st Ave. on Lake Merritt Blvd. in Downtown Oakland) and then march to City Hall (1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza).
5:30pm: Short memorial program featuring workers, labor, government agencies, and advocates.
A moment of silence will be observed to mourn workers who passed in the workplace in the prior year.
Put your #ToolsDown for International Workers’ Memorial Day next week.
The kit gives you everything you need to organise a place, talk to your boss and ideas on how to get your message across.
#IWMD16 is an opportunity to remember the dead, fight for the living and talk to your coworkers about how to improve health & safety.
Download the kit or ask for one to be mailed to you!
The Workers’ Health and Safety Centre WHSC has published a comprehensive listing of all of the Ontarian 28 April events.
The global union confederation ITUC has made new resources available online. A brochure for use around International Workers’ Memorial Day on 28 April is available in English, French and Spanish editions. The guide spells out the reasons behind the three pronged theme for this year’s global activities – strong laws, strong enforcement and strong unions. ITUC has also produced a ‘Supply Chain Resources Hub’ to support action to clean up supply chains, including links to reports and “international policy decisions through to solidarity actions to support workers who are trying to organise for decent pay, conditions and job security.”
International Workers’ Memorial Day is less than two weeks away, and is once again set to be the biggest event ever on the health and safety calendar. The union initiated 28 April event, which this year is aiming to build on the 70 plus countries that mark the event each year, will see protests, commemorations, work stoppages, workplace safety initiatives and a host of other activities. There’s still time to plan an event near you, if there is not one already, or to publicise and mark the day in your workplace. Many unions have produced their own 28 April toolboxes and posters. Other resources, including
new posters in English, French and Spanish versions, can be downloaded from the ITUC/Hazards 28april.org website. The 2016 theme for the day is ‘Strong Laws – Strong Enforcement – Strong Unions’.
For tweeters, use the #iwmd16