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Photo Gallery: OSHA Meets With United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities
(April 20, 2012)

Images include:

  • A family member from United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities recounts the tragic circumstances of his son's death on the job. Emilio DeLeon was killed on August 16, 2010, when he came into contact with high-voltage power lines.
  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Rich Fairfax listens as members of the United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities tell their stories.
  • A member of the United Steelworkers union from Buffalo, NY, who suffers from silicosis, describes his illness at a meeting with OSHA.
  • Family members of workers who have died on the job listen to a member of the United Steelworkers union talk about his experience with debilitating occupational illness to OSHA's leadership.
  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Rich Fairfax discusses several OSHA regulatory initiatives with members of the United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities.
  • A family member of a fallen worker from United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities called the loss of her mother 'a nightmare that we live day to day.'
  • Eric Frumin, Director of Change to Win Health and Safety (left); OSHA Chief of Staff Deborah Berkowitz (center); and Celeste Monforton (right), an organizer for United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities, talk to the families of workers who died on the job."

Images include:

  • A family member from United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities recounts the tragic circumstances of his son's death on the job. Emilio DeLeon was killed on August 16, 2010, when he came into contact with high-voltage power lines.
  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Rich Fairfax listens as members of the United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities tell their stories.
  • A member of the United Steelworkers union from Buffalo, NY, who suffers from silicosis, describes his illness at a meeting with OSHA.
  • Family members of workers who have died on the job listen to a member of the United Steelworkers union talk about his experience with debilitating occupational illness to OSHA's leadership.
  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Rich Fairfax discusses several OSHA regulatory initiatives with members of the United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities.
  • A family member of a fallen worker from United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities called the loss of her mother 'a nightmare that we live day to day.'
  • Eric Frumin, Director of Change to Win Health and Safety (left); OSHA Chief of Staff Deborah Berkowitz (center); and Celeste Monforton (right), an organizer for United Support and Memorial for Workplace Fatalities, talk to the families of workers who died on the job."