Workers' Memorial Day is held on 28 April every year, all over the world workers and their representatives conduct events, demonstrations, vigils and a whole host of other activities to mark the day.
Workers’ Memorial Day is the day when the International Labour Movement remembers those who have been killed or injured in workplace accidents and those who have died from occupational diseases. The event started in North America in 1986 and has been supported by Usdaw since 1995. The Day is now a global event and is officially recognised by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and by the International Trade Union Movement (ITUC).
The theme for 2017 is Good health and safety for all workers whoever they are
focus on inequalities in occupational health and the role unions play in narrowing the inequalities gap.
Remember the Dead: Fight for the Living
What can you do for Workers' Memorial Day?
For more information on Workers' Memorial Day, see the TUC website.