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USW Local Unions 462, 1458 and 1978, who represent members at International Paper in Prattville, Ala., participated in an "Effective Health and Safety Committee" workshop.

Did you know that you have a right to know what dangerous substances you are working with and what protections are available?

There’s an old saying, “If you’re going through hell, keep going,” that is, forge on until you get to some other place.

Local 10-5852 members at the Bettis Atomic Laboratory in West Mifflin, Pa., boosted their health and safety program through new contract language, management participation in the USW’s health and safety conference and training through the USW Tony Mazzocchi Center (TMC).

Join in with us on April 28 as we remember those who lost their lives or were injured on the job, and as we continue to promote the health and safety of workers everywhere.

For 28 years, the USWTMC has received Nuclear Worker Training Program grants from the NIEHS and the DOE to train current and future atomic workers.

The United Steelworkers Tony Mazzocchi Center (USWTMC) is featured in a state profile by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).

Andrew Nelson and Misty Jones believe that health and safety education is not only important for current workers, but also for future workers and members of the community. This belief is why United Steelworkers (USW) Local Union 9-677, representing members at BWXT Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc. (NFS) in Erwin, Tenn., lead community outreach training.

Please review this safety notice regarding Crosby-brand shackles.