Maybe you’ve never experienced a close call at work or been the victim of a serious incident. But chances are you know someone—a family member, friend, co-worker—who has.
Every day on average, 662 Canadians suffer a lost-time injury or occupational disease at work. Nearly three die each day.
In total, 241,933 Canadian workers suffered a lost-time injury or disease and 902 lost their lives in 2013.*
April 28, is the International Day of Mourning.
It’s a day to remember those injured or killed on the job and those suffering from an occupational illness.
It’s a day to remember that every moment counts and to work safely.
*(Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada)