The CTA, has launched an original approach to this 28 April, inviting workers to write their experiences with health at work. A writing contest “No pressures” has been launched, jointly coordinated by the CTA Cordoba Health and Safety Union, the CTA Capital and the CISPREN. More information on the contest can be found here: www.islyma.org.ar
Four decades ago, the US Congress passed the Occupational Safety and Health Act, promising every worker the right to a safe job. But despite substantial wins by unions and allies, many job hazards remain unregulated and uncontrolled. As a result, each year thousands of workers are killed and millions more injured or diseased because of their jobs. And when this is added to the attacks to regulation by conservative parties and businesses, the stakes for workers are even higher. This is why the AFL-CIO is calling on unions to mobilise this 28th April, so that good and safe jobs are a reality for all US workers.
US unions are invited to post the details about their events here: http://www.aflcio.org/Issues/Job-Safety/WorkersMemorialDay
2015 Workers Memorial Day Materials
- Workers Memorial Day Fact Sheet (English)
- Workers Memorial Day Fact Sheet (Spanish)
- Clip Art (PDF)
- Sticker Art (PDF)
- Workers Memorial Day Materials Order Form (PDF)
- Report on Workers Memorial Day Events Form (PDF)
For more information on AFL CIO activities for this 28th April, please contact Peg Seminario firstname.lastname@example.org.
A stick-up-at-work poster for Workers’ Memorial Day, 28 April 2015 produced by ITUC and Hazards magazine
Photograph Maria Sciandra • Graphic design Mary Schrider
Hazards magazine and the TUC has produced a special Workers’ Memorial Day poster which will be distributed to 20,000 UK safety reps.