In April, a group of NATCA members gathered in Las Vegas to become NATCAvists by taking NATCA Academy’s Basic Legislative Activism class. In the course, members learned from Southern Alternate Regional Vice President Jason Arnold and […]
NATCA representatives from Hawaii to New York gathered in Las Vegas in June to learn more about the Slate Book collective bargaining agreement and the strong, collaborative NATCA-FAA relationship it reflects. “The value of the relationships […]
The next OSHA Committee webinar, entitled “Temperature and Humidity,” is Thursday, July 5 at 11 a.m. EDT. The 2016 Slate Book collective bargaining agreement made the Program Implementation Requirement (PIR) on indoor air quality mandatory in […]
NATCA takes a comprehensive approach to its legislative and political program. The team is guided by NATCA’s national leadership (the President, Executive Vice President, and Regional Vice Presidents), and includes National Office staff in the Executive Office, Government Affairs, Public Affairs, Safety and Technology, and Labor Relations departments; the NLC, which is composed of one appointed member from each region; state legislative coordinators; facility legislative representatives; and, of course, our dedicated member activists. While it is very important to be well represented in Washington, D.C., it is equally important that our activism reach members of Congress back in their home states and districts. Here is a rundown on how NATCA makes its members voices heard in the legislative and political arenas.