Labor Division Fall Meeting
Labor Division meeting will be held Sept. 22-24, 2017, at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis. The meeting agenda will be available soon.
JW Marriott Indianapolis
10 S. West St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Rate is $221 per night, with a cut-off date of July 28.
Sleeping rooms are limited. Don't delay – reserve your room now! Choose Labor Division from the category box and use password LABOR17NSC. For more information, email
Key Meeting Dates
- Division Leadership meeting – Thursday, Sept. 21
- Labor Division meeting – Friday through Sunday, Sept. 22-24
- Welcome reception – Saturday, Sept. 23
- Awards luncheon – Friday, Sept. 22
Meeting Cost and Registration
Register here for the Labor Division meeting. You will need your membership number; there is no priority code.
Full meeting registration fee is $225 and includes:
- All educational sessions
- All committee meetings
- Welcome reception
- Awards luncheon
- New this year: Complimentary Expo pass for Monday, Sept. 25. Pass also grants access to the opening session. No additional registration is required. Just scan your barcode on your confirmation letter at any of the Scan & Go registration stations at the JW Marriott and you'll receive your badge for Monday.
Please note: You must register and pay a separate fee for all guests. They will be required to have a badge to enter the awards luncheon and welcome reception.
Guest registration is as follows:
- Guest awards luncheon only: $65
- Guest welcome reception only: $65
- Awards luncheon and welcome reception: $130
Reception and Raffle
6 to 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 23
Division members are encouraged to donate items from your local for the raffle. Proceeds will go to the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence. For questions, contact Bernadette Smith at
Bernadette.Smith@nsc.org or call (630) 775-2246.
Meet the Labor Division Leadership Team
City of Columbus, Public Utilities
Labor Division Chairman
McFann, a member of AFSCME 1632 and I.B.E.W. Local 683 in Columbus, OH, has been with the Labor Division since 1999. She formerly was a journeyman wireman in construction. While currently working at a Municipal Utility for the City of Columbus, Public Utilities, she teaches multiple topics, but her focus is electrical work, regulatory compliance, overseeing electrical training, written programs/procedures, observations and inspections. When not working, she is a Midwest representative for The Fallen Lineman Organization, a nonprofit that aids Electrical Lineworker families who have experienced on-the-job injuries and fatalities.
Safety Committee Chairman
IBEW Local 733
Labor Division Vice Chairman
Johnson is a full-time union safety representative at Ingalls Shipbuilding, Division of Huntington Ingalls Industries. He is a member of the Maritime Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health and has been a member of the NSC Labor Division for 17 years.
Chief Union EHS Steward
Immediate Past Chairman/Secretary
Grabinski holds a bachelor's in business administration from Post University and is an OSHA-authorized trainer. He has held many leadership positions in the Labor Division since 1999. He is on the board of The Workplace Inc. and is mentoring chief program coordinator for Teamster/Sikorsky Career Pathways. He previously served as Borough of Naugatuck Plan Commission member and Connecticut State Board of Education High School Reform Advisory Board member.
Safety and Health Director
TWU Local 513
Vice President for Labor
Tammy T. Washington
NSC Division Program Manager
Tammy has been employed with NSC for more than 10 years. She is responsible for managing the NSC volunteer engagement programs, meetings, websites and databases. Besides the Labor Division, she also works with the Business & Industry, Construction, Utilities, and Alcohol, Drugs and Impairment divisions. Tammy can be reached at (630) 775-2227.