Brothers and Sisters,
On this Workers’ Memorial Day, please join us in remembering those workers killed or injured on the job. This is also a time for Local 4 and its members to rededicate ourselves to the fight for safety in the workplace.
Each year on April 28, working people around the country commemorate Workers’ Memorial Day. It marks the anniversary of the passage in 1970 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) and serves as a day to honor workers killed or injured on the job, and the labor movement’s ongoing fight to secure safe workplaces for all.
The health and safety of our members will always be our top priority, and we will take every step possible to uphold that commitment and make sure job sites are safe and that workers receive the training and equipment necessary.
Thank you for your continued dedication to our nation and our great local Union!