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The National Council for Occupational Safety and Health is dedicated to promoting safe and healthy working conditions for all working people through organizing and advocacy. Our belief that almost all work-related deaths and serious injuries and illnesses are preventable motivates us to encourage workers to take action to protect their safety and health, promote protection from retaliation under job safety laws, and provide quality information and training about hazards on the job and workers’ rights.
Your nominations for the National COSH 2016 Health and Safety Activist Awards are due on Friday, September 23. Fill out the simple on-line form!
“Our hearts are breaking today for the victims, family members, and survivors of the tragic, senseless mass shooting at Pulse night club in Orlando, Florida."
Marking the anniversary of the signing of the Occupational Safety and Health Act in 1970, Workers' Memorial Week is a time of action for workers’ centers, unions, community groups, health and safety advocates, and the families of victims, campaigning together for safer workplaces.
Safety experts from the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health said today that new federal limits on exposure to deadly silica dust will save hundreds of lives every year and make workplaces safer for millions of workers.
If you are interested in standing up for safe work, National COSH has suggestions and resources for organizing your own WMW event.
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