Bringing hope and healing after workplace tragedy

“I just wanted to say thank you so much for another amazing family forum. I wanted you to know that I appreciate all the support that I have received over the years. I truly feel like I have a new family and a new outlook on life. I feel the love and I feel the caring from so many and I am able to share in giving the same to others, something that I could never have done before I came to Threads of Life. Today I look back on my life from the first day I attended the family forum — I could never have imagined the impact it would have on my life and how it would change the person I was at the time.” ~ Tammy, an injured worker


Day of Mourning brings remembrance and reaffirmation

National Day of Mourning, observed on April 28, is an important memorial not just for family members directly affected by workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses, but for all workers and the broader community as well. Read our blog about the history and significance of Day of Mourning, and find a ceremony near you.


Steps for LifeThese boots (and shoes) are made for walking!

It’s time to hit the pavement for Steps for Life 2016! Boost understanding about the importance of workplace health and safety, and support families affected by work-related tragedies. Steps for Life happens in 30 communities from coast to coast. Join in or donate to a walker. Don’t forget to tell us why YOU #walkforsafety.

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