Your Safety, Your Workplace and Your Vote: A special USW Facebook Event

When we asked our members and retirees what issues mattered most in this election, you listed workers' rights and health and safety as among your top priorities. 

Join us this Friday, Oct. 23 at noon EST on our Facebook page as we discuss how the upcoming election impacts these issues and the people in Washington who make life-saving decisions about our work.

Joining us will be our Health and Safety Deparment, rank-and-file Steelworkers, former OSHA lieutenant Dr. David Michaels, former Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board member Rick Engler, and Peg Seminario, retired Director of Safety and Health for the AFL-CIO.
To protect workers, lawmakers, unions and other stakeholders have worked for decades to institute health and safety protections for workers on the job, and, more recently, some protections against workplace violence. Learn more on our USW Voices website and don’t forget to tune into our Facebook event, Friday, Oct. 23 at noon EST.
Paid for by the United Steelworkers Political Action Fund, with voluntary contributions from union members and their families. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. USW Political Action Fund - 60 Boulevard of the Allies - Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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