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A memorial commemorates workers who have died, been injured or become ill because of their work.

International Workers Memorial Day, 28 April, is a day to remember those who are killed or die as a result of their work. The day also commemorates those injured or made ill because of their work. On Workers' Memorial Day we not only honour our colleagues but we recommit to preventing this pain and suffering.


Address:Roma & Albert Streets, Emma Miller Place, Brisbane, 4000
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -27.467171
Long: 153.022507
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Disaster


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Wednesday 28th April, 2010
Front Inscription

              WORKERS MEMORIAL
An International Day Of Remembrance For Workers Who Have Died, Been Injured Or Become Ill Because Of Their Work

Remember The Dead - Fight For The Living
Trade Unionists Campaigning For Safe And Healthy

Officially Recognised On April 28 Each Year

      Memorial Officially Unveiled By
    The Honourable Cameron Dick
     Attorney-General And Minister
        For Industrial Relations
          On 28 April 2010

Source: MA
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