Motion S5M-16795: International Workers' Memorial Day 2019

That the Parliament recognises International Workers' Memorial Day 2019, which will be marked on 28 April to remember the estimated 50,000 people who are killed each year through work-related incidents or illnesses; notes that the day also aims to encourage steps towards ensuring that such tragedies do not happen again, and recognises that this year's theme is "Dangerous substances, get them out of the workplace", which focuses on workers' exposure to carcinogens.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson, Monica Lennon, Annabelle Ewing, Sandra White, David Torrance, Stuart McMillan, John Finnie, Mark Ruskell, Clare Adamson, Richard Lyle R, Claudia Beamish, Bob Doris, Rona Mackay, Annie Wells, Joan McAlpine, Gillian Martin, John Mason, Maureen Watt, Fulton MacGregor, Jackie Baillie, Neil Findlay, Tom Arthur

Current Status: Achieved Cross Party Support
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