Plan outlines four key vaccination-based milestones to restore pre-COVID normalcy for Michigan residents
Michigan Teamsters Honor U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow For Her Vision and Leadership In Saving Teamster Pensions
“It was an uphill battle, no doubt. If we hadn’t stayed united, we wouldn’t have got this. This happened because of you, your families and your hard work.”
— Michigan Teamsters Joint Council #43 President Greg Nowak
All Democrats Support the Teamsters Union’s Important 20-Year Battle To Save Pensions; All Republicans Vote NO To Protect Pensions
MIOSHA Issues New COVID-19 Workplace Safety “Emergency Rules”
New “Emergency Rules” have been issued by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) to protect Michigan working families during the continuing COVID-19 Pandemic.
Michigan Teamsters are encouraged to review the new rules and look to the posted guidelines by industry.
These rules largely mirror requirements that MIOSHA has been enforcing using the general duty clause based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and OSHA, as well as the governor’s Executive Orders. MIOSHA has updated all of these presentations on the COVID Workplace Safety website.
DHHS has used their authority to cover more transient issues like capacity, customer masking requirements, non-workplace environments, etc., so you will not find those pieces in the MIOSHA rules.
Information On Filing for Unemployment Benefits Resulting From COVID-19
If you are one of the tens of thousands of Michigan workers out of work because of the Coronavirus, make sure you apply for Unemployment Benefits.
Governor Whitmer’s Safe and Secure Plan to Reopen Michigan