The Howling Wolf

Just as our wolf logo symbolizes the leadership, loyalty, strength of character and sense of family that is displayed by emergency responders, The Howling Wolf serves as the voice of the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund. A wolf’s howl attracts other members of the pack, invites communication and creates a strong bond between pack members. We hope this blog will have the same impact on emergency responders, workplace safety professionals and traffic safety advocates, bringing us all together in the same pack and providing valuable information about workplace safety issues affecting first responders.

Check in frequently for updates on JPMF events and initiatives, interesting research and to add your own howl to our pack.


Workers Have Right to Say No

Workers Have the Right to Say No

Sean Bradley Casket Profile Video

Sean Bradley

Sean Bradley was hired as a truck driver…

But that’s NOT the job he was doing when he died…on the job.

Every worker has the right to return home safely at the end of every workday. Every employer has the responsibility to ensure that happens. Click To Tweet

What happened to Sean Bradley…and why?

Please view (and share on your social media) Sean Bradley’s video (1 min, 30 sec) on the JPMF You Tube channel.

For further details about the factors that led to Sean’s death, please visit the JPMF newsroom.

About the JPMF’s “Casket” Workplace Safety Campaign

Since Const. John Petropoulos died on the job in 2000, more than 20,000 Canadians have died as the result of their work, either due to an injury or occupational illness.

You can view the first 30-second “Casket” PSA here

Sean Bradley’s video is the second profile video in the “Casket” series. The first was Tim Hamilton.

Please view Tim’s video (and share on social media) on the JPMF You Tube channel.

Thank you for caring…and sharing. You just never know who’s life you might save.

About the JPMF

The JPMF was started shortly after the death of Calgary Police Constable John Petropoulos on Sept 29th, 2000. John was investigating a break and enter complaint when he stepped through a false ceiling, fell nine feet into the lunchroom below and died of a brain injury. There was no safety railing to warn him of the danger; the complaint turned out to be a false alarm.

John was 32.

The JPMF is a registered Canadian charity that raises public awareness about workplace safety issues and educates people about why & how to ensure their workplaces and the roads are safer for everyone, including emergency responders. For further information, please visit jpmf.ca.

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