Local 37 Union Hall, the Benefit Fund and the Training School continue to operate within the Federal, State and Local Government health crises guidelines. We remain open for business, but due to a recent COVID exposure at the Union hall office and a spike in cases in our community, access by the members has been limited to the front entrance and in person meetings by appointment only. Members that enter the building will be required to wear a face covering.

The Union Hall will provide a mask for any member that needs one.

We are still working and able to help you.  Call our office and wait for the menu – dial the extension you need:

Dues – 1006

Bob Holsey – 1005

Mark McQuay – 1004

Pete Elmos – 1003

Karen Zarubaiko – 1006

 

Government Affairs and Legislative Resources

Federal Information

Congress has passed two major pieces of legislation addressing COVID-19, and the president has signed them into law. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) were designed to provide economic relief for businesses and workers severely impacted by COVID-19. NABTU lobbied very aggressively to ensure each bill contained policies that would help the working families of the construction industry as well as its contractors.

Update on Employee Protection Provisions in the U.S. Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act

Contractor Summary of CARES Act

State Information

 

Legal Resources

 

Health and Safety Resources

Jobsite and Worker Guidance

OSHA Information

CDC Resources

USDOL Information

WHO Information

 

All of this information is posted on our COVID-19 Resources webpage. This site is updated daily to keep you informed with the latest health, safety and industry resources, press releases, legal guidance and government affairs information.

 

Our COVID-19 Resources page can be found at:  https://www.iuoe.org/members/covid-19

The Department of Labor (DOL) recently released their long awaited proposed rule to expand apprenticeship programs in the U.S. through an Industry Recognized Apprenticeship Program (IRAP). The regulation creates a parallel track of apprenticeship that no longer has to go through the process of registering and maintaining accountability to the Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship or a State Apprenticeship Council. The current proposal excludes construction, and does not allow the parallel system to exist in the sector. But we need to make sure the exclusion stays in place in the final version of the rule.

https://www.saveiuoeapprenticeships.org/#/25/

It’s time to make our voices heard and stop the assault on our training.
Send an email right now to the Department of Labor:
Tell them to protect IUOE apprenticeships.
If you would like to submit comments as a friend or family member of an IUOE member, please visit the website https://saveconstructionapprenticeships.org