Organizing a union? Know your rights. (PDF)
Weingarten Rights – Representation makes a difference. (PDF)
AFSCME Constitution (PDF)
Steward Handbook (PDF)
How to take part in a local meeting. (PDF)
AFSCME PEOPLE| As EMS professionals, we understand that elected officials make decisions that affect our jobs and our patients. We don’t sit around and let others decide our future — we take action. We build alliances in our communities to help us raise standards in our profession. Contact your local and join the PEOPLE program today.
Next Wave Toolkit| As union activists, we are taking action to recruit, engage, and educate new and young members to step up and carry on the legacy.
Classes on Demand| AFSCME’s Online Leadership Academy features both live and self-paced classes for leaders, activists, members and staff that are interactive, fun and educational.
EMS Labor Alliance – emsla.org
AFL-CIO Federation of Labor Organizations – aflcio.org
EMS Workers United-AFSCME is an AFL-CIO union meaning 12 million workers across the country have our backs. Having national strength and the ability to coordinate with other unions gives us more power to demand respect for our profession.
US Dept. of Labor – bls.gov
EMS Memorial Foundation – www.emsmemorialfoundation.org
National Registry of EMTs – www.nremt.org
Journal of EMS – www.jems.com
National Association of State EMS Officials – www.nasemso.org