Thursday, 14 April 2016

Remember the dead, fight for the living - Aberdeen Workers' Memorial Service on Thursday 28th April 2016

We would like to invite ATUC delegates and friends to the annual Workers' Memorial Service which will be held on Thursday 28th April in the Persley Walled Garden, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen. Please gather at 12.30pm for a service at 1pm.
 
International Workers Memorial Day (IWMD) takes place all over the world on 28 April each year.
Its purpose is two-fold. Firstly it is about not forgetting those who have died, been injured, or made ill by their work. Secondly it is about ensuring that this tragic loss and suffering are used to reinvigorate the campaign for healthier and safer work.

The campaign slogan is "Remember the dead, fight for the living."

In this time of austerity, it is ever more important to protect our Health and Safety legislation, which is constantly under attack.

This will be a particularly poignant service as we mourn the deaths of three workers in the local area who lost their lives in work related accidents in the past few months.

The service will last for approx 30mins.

Click here for a poster for the event.

1 comment:

  1. NO FAMILY SHOULD HAVE THE EXTRA WORRY WHEN THERE LOVED ONE GOES TO WORK IN A JOB THEY LOVE & GOES TO EARN MONEY TO PUT BREAD ON THE TABLE THAT THEY MIGHT NOT COME BACK HOME THAT NIGHT. let's ALL STAND TOGETHER & REMEMBER THEM. let's ALL STAND UP & SAY THIS MUST STOP KEEP OUR WORKERS SAFE.

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