Register for the 2016 National Conference on Worker Safety and Health
Come to the premier U.S. gathering for safety and health activists. Dec. 6-8 in Baltimore, MD.
Advice for people living in or traveling to South Florida
Remarks by the President on the Zika Virus
President Barack Obama, WhiteHouse.gov
The Decline of American Unions Is a Threat to Public Health
Michael J. Wright, MS, American Journal of Public Health
Vermont lawmakers grapple with social worker safety
News 10 ABC
Employees Protest Gov. Rauner's Closing of Dept. of Children and Family Services Office
Marvis Herring, Central Illinois Proud
A group of state union workers picketed outside the Department of Children and Family Services in Pekin Wednesday evening. They're mission was to spread the word of looming state cuts to a population they say desperately needs their services.
NYCOSH and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Release New Report Documenting Evolution of Responders’ Illnesses 14 Years After 9/11
Carla Azar, New York Committee for Occupational Safety & Health
As Advocates Fight for Renewal of 9/11 Health Act, New Medical Accounts of 9/11 Responders Reveal Complex Illnesses and Need for Continued Care
OSHA unveils new "It's The Law" poster
To help ensure that workers have a voice in their workplaces and the protection they deserve, OHSA unveiled a new version of its "Job Safety and Health - It's The Law!" poster. The poster informs workers of their rights.
Our Nation's Pay Policies Are Due for a Checkup
Sec.-Treas. Laura Reyes, The Huffington Post
The United States is one of the only developed nations in the world where workers don't have the legal right to take a sick day. This status quo is at odds with overwhelming popular opinion.
We Must Stand with Law Enforcement Officers
AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders, Huffington Post
It is a mistake to think it's the role of police officers alone to fix the deep-rooted inequalities afflicting too many Americans. But officers must absolutely be active participants in an honest dialogue about the problems rooted in race and poverty.
OSHA reminds employers to post OSHA 300A injury/illness summary February through April
OSHA is reminding covered employers to post OSHA's Form 300A, which summarizes the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred during 2014