Tony Mazzocchi Center

 We're the United Steelworkers Tony Mazzocchi Center (USWTMC) for Health, Safety and Environmental Education.

Click here to view the recall notice from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Tri-State Steel Construction, Inc., v. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission

USW Local 1478 continues to work together with management to drive TOP.

The USW Tony Mazzocchi Center is featured in a state profile by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

Did you know that OSHA inspectors could be required to obtain a warrant before performing a workplace inspection?

Join us on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 to commemorate Workers Memorial Day – in which we recognize those who lost their lives or were injured while working.

Here you will find a list of virtual training opportunities by the Tony Mazzocchi Center. You can select the course and register for a specific day and time.

Recent News

On March 20, 1991, the United States Supreme Court ruled that companies cannot discriminate against women by limiting their job opportunities because of potential reproductive hazards.

In 1974 at a Whirlpool Corporation manufacturing plant, two workers refused to perform unsafe work, resulting in a legal case which ruled in their favor.

Whoever frames the debate wins the argument. I first heard Tony speak those words over 20 years ago. There was a group of us (there was always a group of us) standing around a kitchen counter in a Florida hotel suite listening to Tony’s words of wisdom.

Milton Simmons is the Triangle of Prevention (TOP) representative at United Steelworkers (USW) Local Union 9-675, representing members at 3M in Guin, Ala. Simmons is also an active worker-trainer for the Tony Mazzocchi Center (TMC) with experience in TOP courses, Incident Investigation, Near-Miss Prevention and more. Simmons shared his solidarity poems with us in order to add to our #TMCtogether initiative, which aims to being us all together even though we are apart during the coronavirus pandemic. Thank you, Milt!