National Nurses United today welcomed the new OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) to ensure safe workplaces for nurses and other frontline health care workers as “an important step forward that will contribute to safer health care settings for workers, patients, and communities.”
Union nurses will host a virtual press conference on Friday, June 11, to discuss the grave importance of their negotiations this year — bargaining that seeks to address problems highlighted by the Covid-19 pandemic and prioritizes patient safety and other measures.
With the Covid-19 pandemic still a substantial threat across the United States, National Nurses United today applauded the Biden administration’s announcement of the release of an Occupational Safety and Health Administration Emergency Temporary Standard on Emerging Infectious Diseases
National Nurses United (NNU) today applauded the enactment of a Maryland bill that will provide new protections for patients facing the crisis of medical debt, a spiraling crisis for patients across the state and nationwide.
The California Nurses Association today criticized California state Senators who defeated a bill ensuring workers compensation for predominantly female nurses and other healthcare workers harmed on the job the same protections provided to male dominated professions with gender bias.