Find out about TSSA's campaign to keep you safe at work and assess your workplace safety.
Sunday, 28 April 2024, is International Workers Memorial Day. It's the date each year that we remember all those killed at work: "Remember the dead, fight for the living!"
Shockingly, every year, more people are killed at work than in wars. Safety at work remains a priority for TSSA, and we actively campaign and negotiate for safer, healthier workplaces for members.
Take time on Sunday 28 April to remember all those who lost their lives at work.
- Hold a minute's silence at 12 noon in your workplace.
- Submit a tribute to the Workers Memorial Wall for someone who died at or as a result of work.
- Download and share images on social media or print posters for workplace noticeboards.
- Join an event or organise and publicise your own on the TUC interactive map.
There's more information about International Workers Memorial Day, including how to get involved, history and campaign ideas, on the TUC website.
If you are interested in becoming a Health and Safety rep, find out more about the vital role they play in workplaces and look out for training opportunities and vacancies. Or hit the button below to express an interest in finding out more about being a rep.
Member advice from our Helpdesk
If you are a TSSA member and are looking for advice or assistance in connection with your employment or membership, you can contact our Members’ Helpdesk.
We can advise on a range of workplace issues including; discipline and grievance hearing, maternity rights and redundancy.
Helpdesk opening hours: 09:00 - 17:00 Monday - Thursday | 09:00 - 16:00 Friday
Please note: we cannot undertake to provide advice to non-members, to members of other unions, or to members on behalf of their partners/friends. If you are not yet a member, please join TSSA online.