During Workers’ Memorial Week we remember those who lost their lives, were injured, or suffered illnesses at work and renew our commitment to fight for safe workplaces. This is a week of action planned around Workers’ Memorial Day, which is commemorated on April 28th each year.
Worker leaders, organizers, surviving family members and activists around the world come together during Workers’ Memorial Week to take action. Together, we remember those who have lost their lives, been injured, or suffered illnesses at work. Together, we renew our fire to fight for safe workplaces. Workers’ Memorial Week is a chance to encourage healing, build worker power and community, and escalate your campaigns.
Ideas for Worker Memorial Events
Tools for Workers
Tools to Center Worker Voices and Escalate Your Campaign
Killed at Work Database
View the database or report a worker fatality
Nominate an employer for 2024 or see prior years' reports
In-person and virtual events for 2024
Family Resources Guide
No one should have to experience the pain and heartache of a loved one killed on the job.