Happy Father's Day

IBEW Local 2330 would like to wish all of our members a Happy Father’s Day. Many of us will be working away from our families. Please remember we do what we do to support our families and these sacrifices don’t go unnoticed. To our members that are lucky enough to spend the day home with their families. Please enjoy your day.

Happy Mother's Day

April 28 Day of Mourning

May Day Rally

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National Day Of Mourning


The Day of Mourning is an annual day of remembrance for workers who have been killed and injured on the job; the aim of this day is to publicly renew the commitment to fight for the safety of the living as well as mourn for those workers who have died.

The National Day of Mourning, held annually on April 28, was officially recognized by the federal government in 1991, eight years after the day of remembrance was launched by the Canadian Labour Congress. The Day of Mourning has since spread to about 80 countries around the world and has been adopted by the AFL-CIO and the International Confederation of Free Trade. The IBEW was originally formed by workers who wanted to improve safety in their workplace. Our union was formed on the need for safety at a time when 1 in 2 electrical workers were being killed on the job every day; even our own founding President Henry Miller died from a workplace incident. Today, safety continues to be a main focus of our Local Unions mandate; safety is paramount to the IBEW!

On April 28, we remember those who lost their lives, as well as the thousands of others injured; because for them, life will never be the same. So, on Friday, April 28th, mark the 'Day' by flying flags at half-mast; wear ribbons or black armbands, or whatever your traditional vigils/ceremonies are, and observe a moment of silence at 11am, as we remember those killed or injured at work and recommit to the challenge of preventing, reducing and eliminating workplace deaths and injuries.

We must mourn the dead, but we must also fight for the living!!

In solidarity,

Russ Shewchuk

International Vice President, IBEW - 1st District Office

Filling Out Obligation, Apprentice, Journeyman Forms

For members joining the local when filling out the obligation form and apprentice / journeyman forms. Please fill in all required information EX: classification, SIN numbers, postal code etc.

Please also date your application for the month prior to filling out these applications. EX: If filling out in February, date for Jan 2023.

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Notify The Hall When You Are Laid Off

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Notifying the Hall When Laid Off

Over the past few months, notification has been put on this site to remind members to call in to notify the hall when they are laid off. Although most members do so, there are some that have not done so. Please be advised that, if you are laid off and have not given prior notification of such, you cannot be issued a referral to go to work.

Reminder To All Members

As a reminder, members are required to notify the hall when they are laid off and to provide their layoff date. This applies to all members, whether the layoff is a regular layoff or due to the current Covid 19 situation. If you do not notify the hall when you are laid off, you can not be issued a referral for work. This applies to all members and there will be no exceptions to this.

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It’s Not Power Lines That Keep The Lights On.

It’s Not Cables That Keep The Communication Flowing.

It’s People. Hardworking People.

Our Sisters And Brothers Across Newfoundland & Labrador.

We’re the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers - Local 2330.

IBEW for short. When disaster strikes, when blackouts happen, when everyday life gets interrupted we’re there for you to get things back on track, safely and efficiently and with the type of skills and training Newfoundland & Labrador counts on.