Nurses at the 2009 Convention will benefit from an educational grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences through the International Chemical Workers Union Council (ICWUC) that the American Nurses Association (ANA) has received, which allows the ANA to present programs to nurses on the protection of hospital-based first receivers of victims from incidents involving the release of hazardous substances.
What does ICWUC stand for?
ICWUC stands for International Chemical Workers Union Council
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and Canada; the Teamsters, the Glass, Molders, Pottery and Allied Workers International Union, PACE, the International Chemical Workers Union Council, GCIU, and the American Flint Glass Workers Union in the United States.
David James, K-1 Maintenance Shop Leader and a member of International Chemical Workers Union Council, Local 976C, said, "I have worked at this facility for more than four decades and have seen it expand in ways that I could not have imagined when I joined the company.