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WNYCOSH is Hiring a Staff Trainer

Job Title: Safety & Health Trainer Office Location: 2495 Main Street, Suite 438 Buffalo, NY 14214 Position Type: Full Time Salary Range: $43,000-47,000, Plus Benefits How to Apply: Please submit cover letter, resume and references to jobs@wnycosh.org Email: jobs@wnycosh.org Attn: Position Inquiry Re: Safety & Health Trainer Mail: WNYCOSH 2495 Main Street, Suite 438 Buffalo, […]

WNYCOSH Worker Center is Hiring

THIS POSTING HAS CLOSED Job Title: Project Coordinator/ Trainer Department: Worker Center Office Location: 2495 Main Street, Ste 438; Buffalo, NY 14214 Position Type: Full Time, Salary & Full Benefits Date Posted: 11/17/16 Posting Expires: 12/16/16 Please include: List subject as: “WC Project Coordinator”. Please include cover letter, resume, and 3 references. Incomplete applications will not be […]

COMMUNITY, LABOR, AND CONSUMER ORGANIZATIONS APPLAUD GOVERNOR CUOMO REIGNING IN PAYROLL CARD ABUSE

September 8, 2016 COMMUNITY, LABOR, AND CONSUMER ORGANIZATIONS APPLAUD GOVERNOR CUOMO REIGNING IN PAYROLL CARD ABUSE The Western New York Worker Center (WNYCOSH), Western New York Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, and the Western New York Law Center commend the NYS Department of Labor and Governor Cuomo for advancing workers’ rights in New York, by adopting […]

Workers Memorial Day continues May 10th

Workers Memorial Day is for mourning those who were sacrificed because of greed and for fighting against the complex machine stripping workers of their rights to a safe workplace, a just workplace, and dignity on the job. It doesn’t matter if you’re pushing a broom or pulling a lever to a 10-ton crane – everyone […]

Safety and Health Committee: New Silica Standards

BUFFALO AFL-CIO/WNYCOSH Safety & Health Committee Meeting April 12, 2016 (Tuesday) 5:30 – 6:30 pm Teamsters Local #264 Hall, 35 Tyrol Dr., Cheektowaga, NY OSHA ISSUES STRICTER RULES ON SILICA DUST Presenter: Nellie Brown, MS, CIH, Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine Last week OSHA issued a final rule, after many years, to protect workers from exposure to silica dust.  The hazards […]

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