About the National Day of Mourning
The National Day of Mourning is held every year on April 28th to commemorate those hurt or who lost their lives while on the job and to remember the importance of workplace health and safety. On parliament hill, and at all federal buildings, Canadian flags will be put at half-mast. Around the nation, candles are lit, people wear commemorative clothing, lay wreaths, and pause for a moment of silence at 11:00 am.
Accidents are Preventable
Workplace accidents are preventable. At OSG we aim to reduce the number of workplace accidents by providing accessible training and consulting, with a focus on preventing workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. We believe that accessible training is the key to saving lives and work in partnership with employers, to ensure that the workplace is a happy and healthy one