Click to read more from the 2019 Civil and Human Rights Conference that took place July 21-23, 2019.
3M Fall Protection has determined that the 3M™ PROTECTA® Cobra Mobile/Manual Rope Grab AC202D is incorrectly stamped for use with 1/2 to 3/4 inch diameter rope on the exterior body of the unit.
Click to read a message from the NOBP Chair and gets links to the latest news from the industry.
Click to read an update from SOAR Director Julie Stein that originally appeared in the July-August SOAR Connection newsletter.
In a packed room in the Hilton Minneapolis, USW members last week discussed the epidemic of workplace violence at the Civil and Human Rights Conference.
Seven weeks after being locked out of their jobs by for-profit service provider CarePartners, home-care workers and their community supporters rallied on the picket line on Thursday, July 18, in Sudbury, Canada.
Click to read an update from SOAR President Bill Pienta that originally appeared in the July-August SOAR Connection newsletter.
In early June, sixteen health and safety representatives from seven different worksites traveled to Pittsburgh to learn essential skills to help them in dealing with U.S. Department of Energy health and safety regulations.
In this week's Stat Facts: New leaders sworn into International Executive Board; CHC releases video on strengthening health care system
Shell Oil plans to sell its Martinez, Calif., refinery in the San Francisco Bay area to PBF for around $1 billion. Both companies announced the sale on June 11.
Phillips 66 announced at the end of May that a robot successfully inspected the interior of one of their above-ground diesel storage tanks, enabling the company to inspect the tank while it was full. A task that typically requires a tank to be drained.
The oil industry is fighting a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule issued on May 31 that allows E15 gasoline to be sold year-round across the country.
Thanks to the quick thinking of USW Local 10-1 operators during the June 21 fire and explosion in the hydrofluoric acid unit at Philadelphia Energy Solutions, a dangerous cloud of hydrogen fluoride did not move over heavily populated neighborhoods.
The approximately 65 Steelworkers, including licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants, as well as support staff including dietary aides, kitchen staff, and maintenance workers, faced off against their employer to win a new contract.
The USW continued its commitment to engaging companies at the shareholder level in 2019 by filing proposals at ExxonMobil, Marathon Petroleum and HollyFrontier.
Watch our video tribute to outgoing International President Leo W. Gerard, Secretary-Treasurer Johnson, and VPs Landry and Geenen.