Bristol Workers Memorial Day 2019

Every year more people are killed at work than in wars. Most don’t die of mystery ailments, or in tragic “accidents”. They die because an employer decided their safety just wasn’t that important a priority. Workers’ Memorial Day (WMD) commemorates those workers.

‘Taking control – removing dangerous substances from the workplace’ will be this year’s focus for what has become the world’s largest annual health and safety event. The union-led campaign will emphasise a ‘Zero Cancer’ approach, urging union members to seek to eliminate or minimise exposure to carcinogens in the workplace.

Workers memorial day logo

Workers’ Memorial Day is held on 28 April every year, all over the world workers and their trade unions conduct events, demonstrations, vigils and a whole host of other activities to mark the day.

Remember the Dead, Fight for the Living!
Unionised workplaces are safer workplaces

Bristol March and Rally
Sunday 28th April 2019, 12.00
Assemble at Tony Benn House, Victoria Street
March to Castle Park for Rally
12:00 March from Tony Benn House
12:30 Rally in Castle Park
Brendan Kelly (RMT Regional Organiser)
Jim Whelan (Unite – Road Transport Branch)
Kay Timbrell (Usdaw – H&S Representative)

A leaflet advertising the march & Rally can be found here – Leaflet Workers Memorial Day 2019

More information about International Workers Memorial Day and Health and Safety issues can be here Hazards Campaign.

Remember the Dead, Fight for the Living!
Unionised workplaces are safer workplaces

Trades Union Councils logo

The Bristol march and rally is organised by Bristol Trades Union Council

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