Workplace Training on Freedom
Reflection in Workplace Training Programs
Commemoration of those who died serving the values of freedom for all men, women and children is foremost in the minds of Canadians today, on this Day of Remembrance. The values we take for granted sometimes pass by as unnoticed because they exist in our ordinary circumstances but in the past was not so, each privilege came with a great cost – that of the lives – that of the blood of many who died fighting for our protection and liberty.
The values of freedom and personal independence were attained by those who served in the movement to freedom. Their blood earned us the freedom of conscience, religion, thought, belief and expression. Life is valuable and Canadians have the freedom to align their lives without force. Freewill expression rather than forced work.
Workplace training values life in the workplace as the outcome to the payment made by those who dreamed of this right. The workforce in Canada is the extension of these values. For example, workers have the right to dream and the privilege of choosing where to work.
In appreciation of those who valued the right to liberty and legal rights, a “Day of Mourning” took place in British Columbia on April 28 to commemorate workers who died or were injured as a result of work failures. Safety conditions are designed to protect the worker just as the movement to freedom was designated to protect rights.
Star-Ting Incorporated is a company that strives for safe working conditions. Workplace training must consider the value of each life and on the day of remembrance the point is more pronounced as we honor the veterans in Canada. In their remembrance workplace training should carry the same dignities and the same rights of freedom to protect and care for each worker. In the workplace the human factor behind the organization or the country is invaluable.
For all, today we remember. For those who died, those who served, those who gave, those who hurt and those who sacrificed living with scars for us, we remember and we say thanks.