IT STARTS WITH YOU.
When my work makes me feel unsafe, unsure, or worried, I stop doing it and say something. Refusing unsafe work is my right — and it protects me and everyone around me.
I speak out when I see someone working in unsafe conditions. I will be vigilant on behalf of my family, co-workers, and employees.
If I get hurt at work, I will tell my employer — no matter how small or insignificant the injury may seem. By reporting accidents, corrective action can be taken so that other people don’t get hurt or killed.
When I start a new job or task, I always ask for orientation and training. I recognize that new workers are much more likely to be injured during the first month than experienced workers.
Today, 7,616 people will die from a work-related accident or disease. I stand with people working in unsafe conditions around the world. I am committed to bringing this issue to the forefront of public dialogue.