Jun 20, 2016

Week 3 of National Safety Monthx

Each June, NAGE celebrates National Safety Month with the National Safety Council to focus on key safety issues and to reduce leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road, and in our communities.
 
This week… Watch Out for Dangers:

Special Offers During June:
  • Get 10% off online purchases of NSC Slips, Trips and Falls training through the NSC Shopping Cart now through June 30 with code: NSMSTF
  • Request a free sample of Family Safety & Health magazine and get 10% off the price of a new subscription by ordering during June. (Does not include postage or customization)
At NAGE, we’re all about you. That’s why we work hard to secure workplace safety protections in your union contract.
 
A few important workplace safety protections that NAGE has negotiated for its Massachusetts State members are outlined below:
 
OSHA: NAGE has successfully advocated for the adoption of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards for Massachusetts state employees. This federal law covers NAGE members and state employees in the workplace by providing important health and safety protections. For more information click here.
 
Mutual Respect Article 6A: NAGE negotiated this article of the collective bargaining agreement to provide NAGE state members with the right to file a grievance if any member is the victim of a hostile work environment. For more information click here.
 
Healthy Workplace Bill: NAGE has been working hard to pass the Healthy Workplace Bill, which prevents bullying and harassment in the workplace. For more information click here
 


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