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  • Welcome to the ATLC
    The Atomic Trades and Labor Council is a division of the AFL-CIO Metal Trades Department. Established September 26, 1946.
    Comprised of fifteen different Unions and more than 2,000 members strong.
    Delegates meet the second Thursday of each month
  • WHPP Lung Scan Program
    The Early Detection Lung Scan program is a free service available to all former ORNL and Y-12 Plant workers.
    The service is also available to current workers that meet the minimum requirements.
    Employees wishing to take advantage of this can call 1-866-CATSCAN.

Welcome to the ATLC Website

The Atomic Trades and Labor Council, which is affiliated with the Metal Trades Department, AFL-CIO, is compiled of Thirteen International Unions and Fourteen local unions. The ATLC currently represents approximately 2100 members at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Y-12 National Security Complex.

Latest News

Message from President Jones

Please take time to read the article in the attached link. It will give you some insight as to what challenges we face in the future.

Oak Ridger News
Savings Program Online


Wide Area Pager System

Y-12 Web Who's System


The Atomic Trades and Labor Council and Queens College have initiated an Early Lung Cancer Detection Program for former and current workers of the Y-12 and ORNL sites which contains two segments. First, there is a mobile unit containing a state of the art Siemens 16 slice CT scan unit located at the ATLC hall, 109 Viking Road. Retired employees will be the first to receive this scan free of charge. The results will be sent to Queens college electronically for review by physicians. Employees wishing to take advantage of this can call 1-866-CATSCAN. Click here for more information on the program.

The other portion of this program, (which includes a physical examination), for former employees, can be scheduled by calling 483-8471 or 1-800-906-2019. Click here to view the LDST Factsheet..


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