Videos from the Metal Trades Department

Navarro Lauds MTD’s Hart in Bath Iron Works Strike Resolution

2019 MTD Annual Conference Welcome Video from Dr. Peter Navarro

2019 Metal Trades Department, AFL-CIO Lobby Day

Ben Toyama: My Elevator Pitch to New Hires

The Jones Act

HAMMER

Tribal Tribute 4 23 2018 Final

HAMMER Federal Training Center — Mission Support Alliance

HAMMER 20th Video

Presentations to the 2017 Metal Trades Department Annual Conference

Bank of Labor Video Shown at the 2017 Metal Trades Department Annual Conference

Guide Dogs of America Presentation at the 2017 Metal Trades Department Annual Conference

VADM Moore Addressed Attendees Via Video at the 2017 Metal Trades Department Annual Conference

HAMMER Presentation to the 2017 Metal Trades Department Annual Conference By Karen McGinnis, current and founding director of the Volpentest HAMMER Federal Training Center, a Department of Energy Federal asset

MTD 70th Convention Videos

Introductory Video from the 70th Constitutional Convention of the Metal Trades Department

MTD 100th Anniversary Video

A Century of Service–History of the Metal Trades Department

Avondale Videos

Metal Trades Department President, Ron Ault speaks to workers at the September 24, 2010 Rally to save Avondale Shipyard.

Avondale SOS Rally–Andrew Croome, President of the New Orleans Metal Trades Council talks about why saving Avondale Shipyard is important

Lisa Petite, member of the New Orleans Metal Trades Council talks about why saving Avondale Shipyard is important

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

Metal Trades Dept. President Ron Ault Kicks Off the Indianapolis Block Walk for the Employee Free Choice Act.

Avondale shipyard workers fight to save their shipyard.

Avondale Employee Raymond Mercer talks about why saving Avondale Shipyard is important

Resources Available to Affected Member in the Pacific Northwest & California

Dozens of historic deadly wildfires continue to consume millions of acres in the west, especially in California, Oregon and Washington where in some cases entire towns have been destroyed and tens of thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes.

Most evacuees have had to leave quickly with little advance notice, taking what few belongings they could. Thousands of homes and businesses have been incinerated. Weather conditions are improving, but the fire danger isn’t over. Wildfires are also burning in Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.

The Metal Trades Department has compiled a list of resources for our members and employment partners. If you need additional assistance, contact your MTD General Representative.

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