The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will recognize Workers’ Memorial Day on April 28 by holding various events throughout the country.
American workers are the backbone of our nation’s prosperity and a focal point of President Trump’s “America First” agenda. With the recent increased growth in manufacturing, mining and construction industries, OSHA renews its commitment to making safety a priority through education, training and collaboration with American workers, businesses and state partners, according to its press release.
At events nationwide, OSHA will honor those who have been injured or lost their lives in the workplace, helping to support and strengthen our nation.
For more information, visit OSHA’s Workers’ Memorial Day webpage. All local events are free and open to the public.