28 Apr World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day
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This year’s theme is Stop the pandemic: safety and health at work can save lives. It was set by the International Labour Organization (ILO) to recognise the challenges workplaces are facing due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 has brought with it a need for Australians to adapt to rapidly changing workplace practices. Under the model work health and safety laws, employers have a duty of care for the health and safety of their workers and others in the workplace. This duty extends to managing the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Today, AWCI urges its members to think about how our actions can prevent future work-related deaths, injuries and illnesses, and a day to remember those that have died from a work-related injury or illness.
By raising awareness of work health and safety and taking action we can help prevent further injuries and death.
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We encourage you to promote World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day on 28 April by:
- Promoting the importance of ensuring Work Health and Safety in your workplace physically or virtually
- Viewing Safe Work Australia’s content on COVID-19 information for workplaces
- Using #worldWHSday2020 or #IWMD2020 on social media
- Having a chat about workplace health and safety in your work meetings
- Finding out if your workplace has Employee Assistance Provider services
- Sharing resources from International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)and International Labour Organisation (ILO) to raise awareness and remember those that have died from a work-related injury or illness.