Time to Celebrate National Nurses Week

Click to read more about how we recognize the vast contributions and positive impact of America’s millions of nursing professionals as we kick off National Nurses Week.

Safe Jobs Now: A national postcard action to address workplace violence in health care and social services is underway

Click the title to check out the latest Rapid Response Action Call.

Jawan Smith - USW District 7 PAC Contributor

Jawan gives to USW PAC to protect his way of life and to ensure the rights of workers for generations to come.

USW on The Leslie Marshall Show: Safety is Every Worker’s Right

Ashlee Fitch from the USW’s Health, Safety and Environment department joined The Leslie Marshall Show to talk about Workers’ Memorial Day.

Health Care Activists Advocate Universal Pharmacare on Parliament Hill

More than 100 public health care advocates, including members of the United Steelworkers, visited Canadian MPs on Parliament Hill last week to push for universal public pharmacare. Click here for more.

The Oilworker: May 2019

In this issue: a special note from NOBP Chair Kim Nibarger and the latest news in the industry.

USW letter regarding shutdown of U.S. government

Click here to read the USW's letter regarding the shutdown of the U.S. government.

USW Members tell their Representatives: No Vote on NAFTA Until NAFTA is Fixed!

Thank you to all USW members who made a call. Your efforts are making a difference.

AFL-CIO Releases Yearly Worker Safety Report

In 2017, 5,147 workers lost their lives on the job as a result of traumatic injuries, according to fatality data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Stat Facts: USW Health Care Member Spotlight: Kathy Whitaker, District 8

USW Health Care Member Spotlight: Kathy Whitaker, District 8

Stat Facts: Health Care Members Lobby for Workplace Violence Legislation

USW Health Care Council members walked the halls of Congress earlier this month to gain support from representatives and senators for workplace violence protection legislation.

· Alliance for American Manufacturing

Corporate Greed at its Worst

Click to read coverage of GM plant closings from Alliance for American Manufacturing's Jeff Bonior that originally appeared in the March-April 2018 Issue of SOAR Connection.

· Alliance for Retired Americans

New NAFTA Language Cannot be Approved in its Current Form

Click here to read a message for Steelworker retirees from Alliance for Retired Americans President Robert Roach that originally appeared in the March-April issue of SOAR Connection.

April Update from SOAR Director Julie Stein

Click to read an update from SOAR Director Julie Stein that originally appeared in the March-April SOAR Connection newsletter.

April Update from SOAR President Bill Pienta

Click to read an update from SOAR President Bill Pienta that originally appeared in the March-April SOAR Connection newsletter.

New contract at Cleveland Clinic Akron General

Workers at Local 1014L in Ohio reached a tentative agreement with Cleveland Clinic Akron General on March 14, which ratified overwhelmingly just days later.

Next Generation Leader from District 7 Elected as Commissioner

Justin Willis, a Next Generation leader from USW Local 7-507 in District 7, was recently elected as Commissioner for the Village of Bridgeview in Cook County, near Chicago.

The Oilworker: April 2019

In this issue: How using health and safety contract language could prevent repeat problems in the industry and information to help your local commemorate Workers Memorial Day.

Organize an Event to Commemorate Workers Memorial Day

Workers Memorial Day is on April 28, and is commemorated both before and during that week. Now is the time to start planning an event to remember those killed and injured on the job and as a result of occupational illnesses.

Recent Incidents Point to Using Health and Safety Contract Language to Prevent Repeat Problems in Oil Industry

This industry sees damage to its public image, what we see is injury to workers. We as USW-represented workers can help shape the safety culture in our workplaces.