IAMAW

International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers
IAMAW
  1. At Least Three Members Injured in Letterkenny Army Depot Explosion

    Three NFFE-IAM Local 1429 members have been seriously injured after an industrial explosion and fire Thursday morning at Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, PA. The members were taken via medivac to a Maryland hospital in serious condition. Two more victims whose identities are unknown were taken to Chambersburg (PA) Hospital. One has since been released

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  2. Portland Rallies to Support PCC Welders

    IAM members and community supporters hosted a rally in Portland, OR demanding Precision Castparts sit down at the bargaining table with 100 welders who voted to go IAM last September. The rally marked the one-year anniversary of the election filing date for the highly skilled welders. “The support given us by the IAM has allowed me

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  3. Taking Care of Machinists in the Sooner State

    Wrapped up in the minutia of day-to-day living, we sometimes forget as labor representatives that what we do at the table changes lives. And there are a slew of machinist families in Oklahoma reaping the benefits of having a strong IAM contract. They deserve it as these are the hard-working Americans support our brothers and sisters

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  4. Last Chance to Register for EAP IV

    Time is running out to register for the EAP IV Program September 16-21, 2018 held at the William W. Winpisinger Education and Technology Center in Hollywood, MD. Deadline to register is July 22, 2018. The Employee Assistance Program classes equip assistance coordinators with the skills and resources to assist members who are seeking help for

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  5. Keep Yourself and Coworkers Safe from the Effects of Heat

    Heat remains the leading weather-related killer in the United States, even though most heat-related deaths are preventable. Shield yourself and those around you from heat illness. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has published its OSHA FactSheet to help protect workers from the effects of heat. Various occupational factors may contribute to illnesses like

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