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4/28/14 10:00 AM

April 28 is National Day of Mourning

Dear TTC colleagues,

Today, Monday, April 28, is National Day of Mourning. It’s a day devoted to remembering co-workers and colleagues who have been killed or seriously injured on the job.

This day of reflection collectively takes place across Canada and around the world. Across the TTC property, we will lower flags at half-mast at 11 a.m. as a tribute to those in our workforce who have perished or suffered serious injury.

Employee and customer safety is our most paramount priority. Not only has it been a pillar in our corporate motto – Safety, Service, Courtesy – for the last 60 years, safety is the leading strategic objective in our Five-Year Corporate Plan.

We are a transit system that manages its risks, that protects its customers, contractors and employees, and that minimizes its impact on the environment.

We all have a leading role in the organization’s success and in the ongoing development of a culture committed to safety.

Andy Byford
Chief Executive Officer
April 28, 2014

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