CWA/USW Health, Safety & Environment Conference

The Health, Safety & Environment Conference will be March 9-13, 2015 at the Westin Convention Center & Hotel in Pittsburgh, PA. Read more.

2015 Health, Safety & Environment Conference

Mar 26, 2015

Workers’ Memorial Day

The theme this year when CWA activists and other unions observe Workers' Memorial Day on April 28 will be "Speak Out for Safe Jobs. Protect Workers Now" as workers step up the fight for safe workplaces and remember fellow workers killed, injured and made sick on the job. Read More

Mar 20, 2015

Through Action and Collective Bargaining, CWA Activists Right a Wrong at AT&T

In 2011, 13 CWA Ohio members/AT&T technicians were disciplined by AT&T for sustaining and seeking medical treatment for work-related injuries. The company charged that the workers had violated AT&Tís new accident /injury discipline policy, which claimed all work-related accidents and injuries are preventable and, thus, the fault of the workers. Read More

Mar 12, 2015

Volunteer Activists Are the Heart of the Health and Safety Movement

"Volunteer activists are the heart of the health and safety movement," CWA President Larry Cohen told 1,500 union members who gathered in Pittsburgh this week for the CWA-Steelworkers Health, Safety & Environment Conference. Read More

Mar 12, 2015

Leah’s Law Aims To Protect Child Welfare Caseworkers

New legislation dubbed "Leah's Law" introduced today would bolster protection of New Jersey Department of Children and Families workers. Read More

Mar 5, 2015

40 Year Journey

On Wednesday, Rick Engler, the director of the NJ Work and Environmental Center was sworn in for a five year term as a member of the Chemical Safety Board by Senators Booker and Menendez. Larry was the MC in the historic Senate Foreign Relations room of the Capitol. The Chemical Safety Board serves to protect the most dangerous work in our nation and the communities surrounded by those facilities. Read More

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