Following passage of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, safety and health conditions in our nation’s workplaces have improved. Workers’ lives have been saved and injury and illness rates have dropped in many industry sectors of the economy. However, too many employers continue to cut corners and violate the law, putting workers in serious danger and costing lives. Many hazards remain unregulated. It’s our job to continue this fight for safe jobs for our members, our families and our community.
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Most of our members in Local 4009 only think about asbestos during the annual "training" that is provided by viewing ...Read More
AT&T has provided branded apparel, manufactured by Cintas, which in some cases are made of highly flammable 100% polyester in ...Read More
Safety SPOC: What is it? The Safety SPOC program (SPOC means Single Point Of Contact) is a safety program initiated ...Read More
Union Members: If called into an investigatory interview DO NOT ask management if you need a Union Representative. Instead, read ...Read More
The Midwest CWA Health & Safety team made things a little safer for our AT&T members who drive small trucks ...Read More