Workers’ Memorial Day is April 28

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Celebrating Workers’ Memorial Day can be an important part of promoting safety and honoring those who have given their lives to the job.

If you’ve had workers die on the job:

  1. Spend some time to remember them
  2. Share their stories (and what mistakes may have cost them their lives) as a cautionary tale to employees, but also as a way to motivate people to report unsafe conditions and get management involved in resolving them.

Everyone deserves to come home at the end of the work day, Workers’ Memorial Day reminds us of those who didn’t, and encourages us to take steps to make sure there’s less workplace incidents in the future.

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