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December 10, 2019
 Anthony Sessa
General Chairman
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Amtrak Substation Electrician Fatality Injured in Bronx
2 other workers injured in this horrific accident
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Amtrak Substation Electrician Fatality Injured in Bronx
On December 6, 2019, BMWED/IBEW Brother Jarrett Erhart (27), a substation electrician was fatally injured in a tragic accident at Amtrak’s Sub #46 in the Bronx. Brother Jarrett started his railroad career in 2017, first with the BMWED and recently with the IBEW. Those that were lucky enough to know him were blessed. His smile and kindness touched those in his presence. Read More...
Bernie Sanders on Joe Rogan
Bernie Sanders interviewed by Joe Rogan, who does more for democracy than CNN, MSNBC and Fox News put together, showing us how utterly useless and obsolete corporate media has become. A real conversation, a genuine addressing of America’s issues and solutions unlike the snarky tweets and demonizing rhetoric from the narcissistic orange menace. Read More...
Workers Memorial Day 2019
Preventing workplace deaths will take a lot more than ceremonies and mock funerals and roses. It will take more than cleverly crafted slogans and meme’s or eye-catching tee shirts. It will take the insistence of workers to insure that there are more inspectors, more enforcement, more penalties, and more involvement by administrators. It will take workers actively organizing, at the polls, in the workplace and in the community if we’re going to be successful in realizing our goal, the end to workplace deaths and illnesses. It will take the open opposition of our government and our department of labor who currently embrace a philosophy of less – less regulation, less enforcement, less fines. Read More...
Health and Safety Study, Summary Report
In 2015, the BMWED-IBT funded three research teams to study the impact of workplace hazards on the safety, health, and welfare of its members. The objectives were 1) to clearly define the risks and impact of injury, illness, and death among the union’s membership, 2) to provide materials to educate both current and future members so they will be able to live longer and healthier lives, and 3) to provide scientific data that can be used to help prevent injuries and illnesses affecting members (and other MOW workers unaffiliated with BMWED) through a combination of regulatory improvements and labor/management engagement. Read More...
Pennsylvania Federation Women’s Caucus Position Statement on Paid Parental Leave
Pennsylvania Federation Women’s Caucus Position Statement on Paid Parental Leave As our first formal project as a Women’s Caucus we have chosen to focus our energies on organizing and educating within our Union to promote an understanding of the need for paid parental leave for all eligible members. Read More...

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