Workplace safety and health is not only a right, but it’s one of the cornerstones of unionism.

Ensuring our safety on the job is one of most important things we do as a union, which is why our recent Statewide Conference on Occupational Safety and Health is so vital.

At this biennial event, nearly 1,000 of our members got training in numerous safety and health topics, learned how to organize around safety and health issues and engaged our members to build our union around workplace safety.

Our opponents are not only seeking to destroy unions, but are willing to cut corners on regulations, training and equipment that protect us at work. We know that “safe workplaces are no accident,” because it takes all of us to keep our workplaces safe.


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