Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Jordan Barab reads the names of Philadelphia-area workers who lost their lives in a work-related fatality in the past year.
The Philadelphia Area Project on Occupational Safety and Health remembers fallen workers during its annual Workers' Memorial Day event.
Philadelphia Workers' Memorial Day participants join in a procession to Penn's Landing in honor of workers who died over the last year.
Workers and their families gather on the steps of the state capitol in Lincoln, Neb., to remember those who lost their lives while on the job.
The names of fallen workers are displayed at a Workers' Memorial Day ceremony in Lincoln, Neb.
A marching bagpipe and drum band mark a Workers' Memorial Day event in New York City's St Patrick's Cathedral on April 29.
Empty chairs with a hard hat and a rose honor the memory of nine deceased construction workers during a Workers' Memorial Day event in New York City's St Patrick's Cathedral on April 29.
Harold J. Wirths, New Jersey commissioner of labor, Patricia Jones, OSHA Avenel office director, Robert Sagendorf, New Jersey State Industrial Safety Committee president, and Robert Weisman of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority attend a Workers' Memorial Day ceremony in New Jersey.
In Lehigh Valley, Pa., OSHA joined a Workers' Memorial Ceremony April 27, at a monument in Bethlehem Rose Garden to remember more than 700 area workers lost to preventable deaths from job-related hazards.
In Wilkes-Barre, Pa., OSHA joined the Greater Wilkes-Barre Labor Council at a memorial service April 24, to honor fallen workers.
Kris Lagrange from Long Island, N.Y., radio WBZO (right) interviewed OSHA Area Director Tony Ciuffo (center) for a special Workers Memorial Day radio program that aired Sunday, April 27.
In New Brunswick, N.J., OSHA joined local officials April 25, for a solemn ceremony to recognize workers injured and killed on the job throughout the state and to call for better health and safety conditions in all workplaces.
In Trenton, N.J., OSHA participated with day laborers, domestic workers and others to honor the dead and fight for the living at a Workers' Memorial Day event April 27, sponsored by the Work Environment Council and New Labor.