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Health & Safety Program PDF Print E-mail
Safe working conditions are a major priority for IAD2. You have a right to go to work in the morning and return in the same shape you left. IAD2 members are faced with more different and severe hazards than almost any other worker: chemicals, back injuries, workplace violence, confined spaces, speeding traffic, trench collapses, machinery hazards, infectious diseases and a variety of other workplace hazards kill, injure, sicken and maim thousands of members every year. And many IAD2 members face these hazards doing jobs that most Americans don't even want to think about.
What Every Worker Should Know About Workers' Compensation PDF Print E-mail
What every worker should know about worker's compensation. If you get hurt on the job, your employer is required by law to provide worker's compensation benefits.
Useful Links PDF Print E-mail
  • OSHA
  • Department of Labor
  • Contract Services Administration Trust Fund
  • AFL-CIO Safety
    Downloads PDF Print E-mail

    Recommendations for Safety with Firearms and Use of "Blank Ammunition"

    Seat Belts and Harnesses

    Guidelines Regarding the Use of Helicopters in Motion Picture Production

    Addendum A to Guidelines for External Loads Helicopters

    Safety Awareness


    2014 IATSE District 2 Membership Booklet