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Fatal Falls: The Downside of the Construction Boom

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 26, 2016 Contact: Danielle Filson, 646-335-0443 WNYCOSH Releases Report Citing Serious Construction Industry Violations, Too Few OSHA Inspections & Inadequate Enforcement. The Report can be accessed here. Scaffold Safety Law Must Be Maintained, OSHA Needs More Funding and Stronger Fines to Ensure Workplace Safety Buffalo, NY – A diverse group of […]

WNYCOSH Holiday Party!

WNYCOSH will be celebrating the end of 2015 with our annual Holiday Party. Please join us on Thursday, December 17th from 4:30-6:30pm at our office in the Trimain Building, 2495 Main Street, Suite 438. Thanks for all of your support this past year!  As 2015 comes to a close, we want to share with you some of […]

WNYCOSH Wins Buffalo Central Labor Council’s Organization of the Year Award

Longtime WNYCOSH ally organization, the Buffalo Central Labor Council, recognized WNYCOSH with its annual Organization of the Year award at its December meeting. CLC President, John Mudie cited the organization’s great accomplishments around 7-Eleven worker safety, temporary worker rights, and safety and health trainings. Here is some of WNYCOSH’s work over the past year: •  Partnered with […]

November Free Legal Advice Clinic

Because legal advice is a right, not a privilege… The Free Legal Advice Clinic What The Free Legal Advice Clinic is free of charge and open to the public. Lawyers will be on hand to discuss issues and give advice on any issues you have questions about. Typical issues include employment conditions/issues, landlord issues, and […]

Justice for Bhopal 30 Years Later

BUFFALO AFL-CIO/WNYCOSH Safety & Health Committee Meeting Tuesday November 10, 2015 5:30 – 6:30 pm UAW Region 9 Hall–35 George karl Blvd. Amherst, NY 14221 JUSTICE FOR BHOPAL 30 YEARS LATER On the night of December 2, 1984, an accident at the Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, released at least 30 tons of a highly toxic gas called methyl isocyanate, as well as […]

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