April 27th, 2018

Important To Recognize Day of Mourning

The average person will spend over approximately 1,800 hours a year at work. That is a lot of time, so it is important to know that your workplace is safe. Unfortunately, workplace fatalities take place every year. Last year in Alberta alone there were 166 men and women who died...

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April 28th, 2017

Canadians Honour Fallen Workers With Day of Mourning

Going to work is something millions of people across Canada do every day. Whether you are working in construction or sitting behind a desk, no one should ever have to feel unsafe in their workplace. Unfortunately, every year we have workplace fatalities in Canada. On April 28 we remember those...

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May 5th, 2015

National Day Of Mourning: Teamsters 362 Member Attends Ceremony Recognizing Importance Of Worker Safety

A workplace should be a place where everyone feels safe, but unfortunately there are still work related injuries and fatalities that happen every year in Alberta and across the country. Now in its 19th year, the National Day of Mourning took place once again on April 28. Teamsters 362 Business...

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