TD Local 1892

We are the SMART Transportation Division (formerly known as the United Transportation Union or UTU), an AFL-CIO affiliate headquartered in the Cleveland suburb of North Olmsted, Ohio. We are a broad-based, transportation labor union representing about 125,000 active and retired railroad, bus and mass transit workers in the United States.

SMART, the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers, is one of North America’s most dynamic and diverse unions with 208,000 members. SMART’s members ensure the quality of the air we breathe, promote energy efficiency, produce and provide the vital services that move products to market and passengers to their destinations. We are sheet metal workers, service technicians, bus operators, engineers, conductors, sign workers, welders, production employees and more. With members in scores of different occupations, we advocate for fairness in the workplace, excellence at work and opportunity for all working families.

ENGLEWOOD CREST GUYS GETTING AFTER IT.........EARL , DONNIE &  ROGER.

HOUSTON, TX

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THESE MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE LEAVING RULES CLASS. CAN BE DONE ANYTIME BEFORE HAND, EVEN FROM HOME.

VIED - Rail Security Awareness Course

ORRS - Rail Security Awareness Test

PDXN - Transportation Hearing Conservation Training

OP220C - Electronic Devices Online Training Course

Q222 - Ergonomics Awareness

OPFPT - Fire Prevention Training

SFGHSB - Hazard Communication: The Global Harmonized Standard (GHS) for Transportation Employees

MEDRT - Medical Rules Training

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"Listen to everyone, read everything, believe nothing unless you can prove it in your own research."
-William Cooper-

There are always questions arising regarding crew members assigned to one crew assisting another train or yard crew. Federal Code (49 CFR Part 218.22) outlines that only a utility employee may assist another crew by working with or on their train, and with only one crew at a time. The simple answer is that if you may need to be on another train or yard job's "Red Zone', you cannot help them unless you are assigned as a utility!

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