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In The News!

NESF-BMWED and NYS&W Have Ratified Their Tentative Agreement

New contract to be signed June 30th.


Important IBT Convention Delegate Election Information.

  • Notice of Nomination Meeting Results
  • Corrected Notice of Nomination 12/9/15
  • Nomination Notice for IBT Convention Delegate Elections
  • Approved Election Plan
  • Declaration of Posting Required Notice (Form 3)
  • Procedures for Complying with Candidates' Requests for Distribution of Literature

  • Note: This document is for reference purposes only. It is not a guarantee of any such wages and may not reflect your pay rate and benefit level. Figures shown are an average and your benefits may be higher or lower than those shown in the document.


    Safety Related Articles and Alerts

    BMWED Director of Safety comments regarding the final ruling from the FRA relating to "critical stress incidents" and the treatment of our members/employees who are involved in one.


    "Union Verses Union?" A message from your webmaster.

    The newsaper headline reads, "Pilgram Pipeline Plans Receive Union Backing" (The Record, 10/8/15) and it goes on to state that a group of local New Jersey trade unions have announced their support of a products pipeline that, according to Pilgram Pipeline LLC, "could bring up to 2000 temporary construction jobs." Pilgram plans to transport crude oil south to refineries and gasoline back north. They boast that their much-disputed pipeline plan can eliminate fuel barges on the Hudson River and the (much protested by local residents) oil trains on the CSX River Line.

    Now, I'm not going to debate whether, as has been suggested, pipelines are safer than barges or trains. All three forms of transportation carry inherent risks.

    What I DO take exception to is eight construction unions preferring a project that "COULD bring UP TO 2000 TEMPORARY construction jobs" over the many permanent, already-existing union railroad and barge-worker jobs -careers, really- that could potentially be eliminated. Nowhere in the article does it state that these jobs will be locally sourced and more importantly, nowhere does it guarentee that they will be UNION jobs. Trade careers for temporary jobs? To me, that just isn't right.

    Glenn Oleksak

    Webmaster


         "Of all the forms of inequality, 
            injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane."
                                         Dr Martin Luther King, Jr.