Unions play an important role in making workplaces better for workers. That work shows up in a myriad of ways. For the City Union of Baltimore, Local 800, one of the ways the union does this is by working to make job sites safer for Baltimore city employees. Following the tragic workplace death of CUB member Trina Cunningham, the union has led the fight in the city for worker safety.
To that end, CUB, in conjunction with AFT-Maryland and the AFT national federation, provided a two-day safety workshop for CUB stewards, health and safety committee members, and staff to learn and share best practices. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)10-hour intensive training sessions examine every aspect of workplace safety. The training, which was led by Keith Wrightson and Amy Baruth from AFT Health Issues, covered ... CLICK TO READ
CONTRACT RATIFIED! Further information will be forthcoming. Contact the CUB office with any questions: (410) 962-1492
There will be a RATIFICATION MEETING for Baltimore City Employees, Thursday, July 7, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Office hours have been extended to accommodate CUB members' work schedules.
Dear CUB Members,
I have consistently heard complaints surrounding workplace safety and working conditions, and we have established a CUB Health and Safety Committee to start the process of addressing these complaints. In addition to the committee, CUB is partnering with AFT and AFT-Maryland to conduct a Summer 2022 Occupational Health Intern Program (OHIP). We will have two interns – one from Georgetown University and one from the University of Maryland – working with us this summer.
The first step to this work is to conduct a member survey. This is our way of hearing from our members about ...
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City Union of Baltimore will hold our Annual Member Meeting via Zoom on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
We encourage every member to attend!
The event is members-only, and registration is required. TO REGISTER CLICK - - >