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July 18, 1969
Hospital workers win 113-day union recognition strike in Charleston, S.C.  ~ Labor Tribune

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Updated: Jul. 18 (14:04)

AMFA-SCA Negotiations Update #14
AMFA
Teamsters Local 41 President - Joseph Monslow
Teamsters Local 41
2024 KC Labor Car & Motorcycle Show Event
Teamsters Local 41
Save the Date: 2024 Teamcare Family Health Fair Event
Teamsters Local 41
Sad News - Brother George Rodriguez has passed
IATSE Local B4
NLRB: Union Organizing, and Unions’ Election Win Rate, is Surging
Teamsters Local 355
 
     
First Major Heat-Safety Rules in US Could Protect 36M Workers
Posted On: Jul 08, 2024
July 8, 2024 | HEALTH & SAFETY | The dog days of summer… could get their first US leash. Fourth of July sweat stains are no joke: 75M Americans were under heat alerts to start the month as high temps and humidity scorched the country. Last week the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) proposed a rule that could protect 36M workers from excessive heat on the job. It would apply to both outdoor workers (like delivery drivers and construction workers) and indoor workers (such as warehouse and kitchen staff). If passed, it would be the first major federal heat-safety standard in America. Sherwood
 
 
Teamsters Local 992
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