International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Attention!

Our next union meeting 11/12/2020, 7p.m.

                                       Details on how to use the METLIFE Legal plan are under the members

                                  tab in the insurance and benefits section. Members will also get the information

                   packet mailed to them from METLIFE, so keep an eye on your mail for it.

We moved to our new facility in East Windsor, CT.   New address is:

20 Craftsman Road,  East Windsor, CT 06088

COVID-19 UPDATE

Dear Brother and Sisters, 

As we struggle to find answers to many questions regarding Coronavirus, let our common sense prevail. Our staff and Membership’s safety are of the utmost importance here at Local 42. In order to limit exposure and possible spread of COVID-19. Hours of operation for the Union hall are 7:00 am to 5:00 pm .Please observe social distancing guidelines and wear a mask when entering the hall.

Referral: We are going back to in person book signings, resigns can still be done by email only. Dues payments can still be completed over the phone but we are allowing in person payments, please follow social distancing requirements and please wear a mask when visiting the hall. All questions regarding apprenticeship please go to www.NEAT1969.org, CPR and First Aid classes are resuming call OSHE @ 860-643-4048 for more information. We will post updates to our Facebook and Instagram pages as well as in blast emails to stewards and members alike.  

As always if there any questions or issues that need answering please feel free to call any one of our staff and we will help to get answers and resolve any issues we can. Please help do our part in these troubling times and adhere to these conditions. In closing please do not show up the hall unannounced, again we will ask you to conduct all business over the phone until we can resume our normal business. 

REFERRAL:IN PERSON BOOK SIGNING, EMAIL RESIGNING BETWEEN THE 10TH  AND THE 15TH OF EACH MONTH.

ALL CDL holders must complete the registration through FMCSA Clearinghouse Driver Registration before clearing out  

 

LiveHealth Online: link for on-line doctor visits

Union Hall: 860-646-7297 

Michael Treadwell: 860-508-0393 email-michaeltreadwell@ibew42.com 

Pawel Robak: 860-508-9369 email-pawelrobak@ibew42.com 

Jose Ramos: 860-508-1205 email-joseramos@ibew42.com 

Derek Santa Lucia: 860-508-8151 email-dereksantalucia@ibew42.com 

Norman Hebert; 860-729-1925 email- norm_neoshe@yahoo.com 

Maica Umali; 860-729-7693 email- maicaumali@ibew42.com 

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HUMAN AND CIVIL RIGHTS

 

The strength of the IBEW is in an informed, active and diverse membership. Greater opportunities now exist to organize and represent women and people of color. The CCE addresses ways to encourage greater sensitivity, awareness, participation and leadership development for all members. Training workshops for union leaders and members are available on issues affecting the changing workplace and our local unions.


IBEW- The RIGHT Choice!

The IBEW is an organization with over 650,000 members trained in various phases of electrical construction and technologies via our self-funded, nationally certified classroom, and on the job training programs. Collectively, the IBEW provides 350,000 qualified, world-class craftsman and women for over 14,000 electrical contractors across the United States and Canada.

Our Business Development team focuses on building and maintaining direct relationships with customers, owners, general contractors, and project managers, by bringing value to their projects through pre-project assistance, competitive bidding, and superior job site performance showcased by the IBEW Code of Excellence.

 

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

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Community engagement is the cornerstone of improving the IBEW's standing in our neighborhoods, opening new networking and business opportunities and increasing our memberships' sense of pride, fulfillment and solidarity in the union. It is cultivated by developing partnerships and coalitions that help mobilize resources and influence systems, change relationships among partners, and serve as catalysts for changing policies, programs, and practices. It is also accomplished through the process by which organizations and individuals build ongoing, permanent relationships for the purpose of applying a collective vision for the benefit of a community.