On April 28, 2022, Workers' Memorial Day the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and United Support and Memorial For Workplace Fatalities (USMWF) joined together to form an Alliance to promote an effective communication between OSHA and family members and loved one's of workplace fatality victims. We are collaborating together to raise awareness of workplace safety and health issues.
Through this Alliance together we will work on the following:
We thank OSHA for this opportunity and we look forward to working with you more in the future
REPORT A FATALITY OR SEVERE INJURY TO OSHA
Report a Fatality or Severe Injury
OSHA Directive of Communicating with Families:
OSHA’s Directive: Communicating OSHA Fatality Inspection Procedures to a Victim’s Family (https://www.osha.gov/enforcement/directives/cpl-02-00-166)
USMWF was honored to collaborate with OSHA on a critical directive regarding communicating “OSHA Fatality Inspection Procedures to a Victim’s Family”. In April 2012 OSHA released the first directive CPL 02-00-153 which provides guidance to ensure the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) communicates its fatality inspection procedures to the victim’s family and facilitates the exchange of information throughout the inspection and settlement process, at no cost to the family. Previously, families may not even have known there was an inspection until it came out in the media. Considering how personal this is to families after a loss this was a milestone and truly helps family members receive the closure they deserve as it answers many questions they may have regarding their loss.
Workers Memorial Day Remembrance Page:
OSHA’s Workers Memorial Page (https://www.osha.gov/workers-memorial)
USMWF strives to honor, remember and recognize our fallen workers in multiple tributes through our "Faces Campaign Tribute" that was launched in January 1, 2009 and is intended to give workplace fatalities a face, honor our fallen workers, gain awareness and educate the public, workers, employees, organizations and our government.
USMWF is proud to announce that we have partnered with U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in also recognizing our fallen workers on their Workers' Memorial Day, "Remembrance" page.
To find out more information about USMWF's Face Campaign and how you can share your loved one's picture in both USMWF's Tribute Page and OSHA's Workers' Memorial Day Remembrance Page email Tonya Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org
Occupational Safety & Health Administration https://www.osha.gov/
Find the OSHA Office Near You
U.S. Department of Labor
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
200 Constitution Avenue, NW
Room Number N3626
Washington, D.C. 20210
Report emergencies, unsafe working conditions, safety and health violations, to file a complaint, or to ask safety and health questions. 800-321-6742 (OSHA)
United Support & Memorial for Workplace Fatalities
HOW TO COMMUNICATE:
Contact Tonya Ford at email@example.com to schedule a time to further discuss and learn the tips of how to communicate with families after a tragic loss.
Communication Tips When Speaking
- Always connect with the NEXT-OF KIN;
- Continue communication throughout inspection;
- Help us understand;
USMWF Org. Inc.
PO Box 85171
Lincoln, NE 68501
OSHA Worker Rights and Protections:
OSHA Regional Labor Liaisons:
More Information About USMWF: