IAMAW

International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers
IAMAW
  1. Workplace violence is a problem, no matter where you work.

    The IAM Health and Safety Department recently conducted a workplace violence survey. The survey identified trends that our members face on the job.  Workplace violence may result in physical injury and can lead to medical treatment, missed work, stress and/or decreased productivity. Please scroll over the image below, and click the box in the right

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  2. Give the Gift of Sight on International Guide Dog Day

    Wednesday, April 25 is International Guide Dog Day. There is no better way to celebrate than a donation to the IAM’s favorite charity, Guide Dogs of America. Give today! Since its founding through donations by the Machinists Union in 1948, Guide Dogs of America has helped visually impaired men and women in the U.S. and

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  3. Without the IAM, ULA Couldn’t Reach the Sky

    United Launch Alliance started negotiations by telling the IAM that although there was work to be done, they were very proud of the workers who have made this company the safest in the aerospace industry. The numbers speak for themselves – 100% successful launches of the Atlas 5 rocket since its induction. Fast forward weeks

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  4. New York Members at Dresser-Rand Approve Ratify Effects Agreement

    Nearly 250 members of IAM Local 1580 voted overwhelmingly to ratify an effects agreement with Siemens, ahead of the looming closure of the Dresser-Rand facility in Wellsville, NY. The agreement covers how workers will be compensated during and after the shutdown. “It is unfortunate that these working men and women – the backbone of America,

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  5. IAM CREST Working with New Jersey Youth

    High School Seniors from various New Jersey schools attended a work site visit to learn more about entering a Diesel Mechanic or Automotive Mechanic Apprenticeship as part of the IAM CREST Youth Transition to Work Program (YTTW). This year 19 students visited three IAM represented locations to see first-hand at what potential careers in the

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