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Tri-Party Bulletin #02-14
November 14, 2014
On Thursday morning November 13th, numerous protestors positioned themselves at numerous terminals in the Ports of LA and LB. These protestors have indicated their intent to continue protests and rallies at numerous Marine Terminals for at least 5 days. If you show up for work and find large or unruly crowds of protestors blocking your path or individuals/groups making verbal threats IMMEDIATELY get to a safe place and call your Business Agent. ILWU members have the right to stand by when our health and safety is compromised or threatened by these types of crowds. As a Union and as individual rank and filers we cannot condone or support any attempts to block the ILWU workforce from going to work or shutting down the port. The Employers have an obligation under the PCMSC (Safety code) to provide a safe and hostile free workplace for the rank and file and the Union will be monitoring these protests and our employer’s actions very closely to guarantee the health and safety of every single Foreman, Marine Clerk and Longshoreman.
If you experience any problems or have any questions call the BA or Officers immediately!
Bobby Olvera, Jr. Joe Gasperov Daniel Miranda
President, Local 13 President, Local 63 President, Local 94
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Chassis are piled up for scrap at Schnitzer Steel in Portland. Photo taken on November 10, 2014. The ILWU is not responsible for the ongoing congestion crisis at West Coast ports
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Over the past week, the Pacific
BY DAVID BACON
Workers celebrate the union election victory at Alameda County Industries. (All photos by David Bacon)
SAN LEANDRO, CA—Within days of each other last week,
AutoStrads at TraPac Los Angeles
The Gerald Desmond Bridge has become a vital part of the nation's infrastructure, with nearly 15 percent of the nation's waterborne cargo trucked across the bridge. It is a critical access route for the Port of Long Beach, downtown Long
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