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Families Helping Families

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USMWF is a support group made up of empathetic families who have been there and understand the emotions and questions you may have regarding the loss of your family member. We know and understand the devastation which takes place in the mind, body and soul and we strive to help you and others from having to go through both the grieving process and investigative process alone.

It is important that you know you are not alone.

*If you have received our postcard please visit our Family Welcome Page

 

The Faces Campaign

How many words does it take to peer into the eyes of tragedy or feel the heartache and pain that is set in motion after our loved one was lost?

The "Faces Campaign" was launched January 1, 2009 and is intended to give workplace fatalities a face, gain awareness and educate workers, employees, organizations and our government.

Now Hiring - Work From Home

Independent Contract, Entry-level job
Position: Research and Data Entry

Duties: Working with confidential documents, processing and entering information Ensuring all research, data entry, documents and procedures are in compliance with our organization's standards.

Requirements: High School Diploma or GED equivalent; Computer with internet access; Quiet working area away from distractions; Must be able to work independently and get the job done and reach deadlines successfully; Must be 18 years or older; Positive attitude and team-player mentality! Strong communication skills, both written and verbally.

This is not an hourly paid assignment, pay is based on completion of the agreed upon service.

If this position interest you please fill out the application and send it along with your resume to Tonya Ford at tonyaford@usmwf.org
 

Mark Your Calendars!


Beattheheat2019

USMWF's 2018 campaign was a great success and in 2019 we truly want to help many more workers who work in our hazardous heats.  More details to come so please keep checking back.
NationalSafetyCouncil

What: 35th Annual Safety & Health Summit;
When: November 8, 2018
Where: Ramada Plaza* | 3321 S 72 nd Street | Omaha, NE
Website: www.SafetyAndHealthSummit.com

Thurs. September 27
Great Plains Safety & Health Org., Kearney, NE;

Sat. October 6
Harvest of Harmony Parade, Grand Island, NE;

Fri. October 26
AGC of Kentucky 10th Annual Safety Conference, Louisville, KY;

November 27-29
2018 MRASH Conference, Council Bluffs, IA;

 
 

 

Jim Spencer

Families In The News..


Families find few answers to “why?”-Equipment World: By: Marcia Gruver Doyle

“They weren’t trained properly”-
Equipment World: By: Marcia Gruver Doyle

“What were they blocking out?”- Equipment World: By: Marcia Gruver Doyle

“There is nothing we could do” - Equipment World: By: Marcia Gruver Doyle
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"Organization aids family members of those killed on job"-News and Tribune.
by: Chris Morgan


"Nebraska Firm and Its Owners Hit With Criminal Charges in Blast That Killed 2 Workers" By Stuart Silverstein on August 24, 2018

 

Supporting USMWF

USMWF invites you to STAND STRONG and BRAVE together.

Support USMWF with a purchase from Bravelets, 25% of your purchase will be donated to USMWF.

Your support will help USMWF strive to support, honor, prevent and educateour community of workplace safety.

We know and understand the devastationwhich takes place inthe mind, body and sould and we help family member victims from having to go through both the greiving process and investigative process alone.

Going to Work Should Not Be A Grave Mistake and together we can make a difference.

CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT TODAY!  

Jim Spencer

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Volunteer

USMWF is always looking for Volunteers to help us gain awareness about workplace fatalities and injuries and offer support to family members across the United States. We have a wide range of activities such as speaking, writing letters, helping with events, hosting events and much more. We already have some Wonderful Volunteers. 

Workplace Fatalities In The News

Testimonials

Lost Workers Highlighted

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Forever Remembered

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Patrick Bachtell, 31

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Cody Bragg, 23

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Jeff Burnham, 40