The New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) is a membership organization of workers, unions, community-based organizations, workers’ rights activists, and health and safety professionals. Founded in 1979 on the principle that workplace injuries, illnesses and deaths are preventable, NYCOSH works to extend and defend every person’s right to a safe and healthy workplace. NYCOSH is a non-profit 501c3 organization.
NYCOSH REPORT: New York City Construction Worker Deaths Increase for Third Year in a Row
Press Release / February 13, 2024
Senator Jessica Ramos, Assembly Member Harry Bronson, Teamsters, Retail Workers, Safety Advocates Held Press Conference for Extreme Temperature Protections For Workers
Press Release / February 6, 2024
These resources help you navigate dangerous situations on your job site, your rights as a worker, and safety concerns relevant to your job. Resources also address the legal regulations concerning worker health and will help you take action to enforce your rights, keeping yourself and your workplace as safe as possible.
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