On April 28, OSHA and the nation annually recognize Workers Memorial Day. The day honors those who lost their lives on the job and recognizes the impact these tragic losses have on families, co-workers and communities. It also affirms OSHA’s commitment to worker safety and health.

In the days leading up to Workers Memorial Day (April 28), family members, workers, labor unions, and advocates will gather in Washington, D.C., and communities across the country to honor and remember our fallen and injured workers. To participate, you can find or share local events, or submit a photo of a loved one to add to our Workers Memorial Wall.