North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) week is very different this year -- no conferences, no in-person safety meetings, no staff barbecues or Steps for Life team get-togethers. But it’s more important than ever that we talk about health and safety, and the consequences when something goes wrong. While workplace tragedies happen year-round, the attention paid to health and safety around Day of Mourning and NAOSH week means that more families find Threads of Life and can benefit from our programs and services. So keep talking health and safety, and keep sharing our messages! You are helping families find support.