New Film "Before Day's End" Shows Devastating Impact Of Workplace Accidents
TORONTO, Aug. 31, 2012 /CNW/ - 25,000 accidents are reported each year in the construction industry. Many of these are life-changing or even life-taking events. Before Day's End, a new documentary film commissioned by CLAC, provides deeply emotional first-hand accounts from victims and family members, chronicling the details of five separate accidents and their devastating aftermath. On Labour Day, September 3, see this powerful film www.beforedaysend.com
CLAC is an independent Canadian labour union representing over 50,000 workers in a wide range of sectors―construction, health care, service, transportation, manufacturing, and others. Based on principles that promote the values of respect, dignity, fairness, and integrity, CLAC's approach to labour relations stresses membership advocacy, cooperation, and the long term interests of the workplace community. CLAC Training is committed to supporting the overall health and safety of our members by providing courses that are in high demand in Canada's rapidly changing workplace.
Image with caption: "Before Day's End Poster (CNW Group/CLAC)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20120831_C2308_PHOTO_EN_17297.jpg
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