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Mesothelioma & Electricians


Click the link to learn more.

https://www.mesotheliomahub.com/mesothelioma/risk-factors/electricians

Alcohol Rehab & Addiction Link


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https://alcoholrehabhelp.org/treatment/

Covid-19 Safety Training


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Notify The Hall When You Are Laid Off


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Sisters of 2330


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Canada Recovery Benefits


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Online Dues System


The Dues Payment is online. If you are owing Dues for 2020 you will need to call to pay them.



Member Training


Moving forward, safety training and any additional courses will be done through the Local.

To reserve a seat for training, please go to www.ibewlocaltraining.ca

You will be contacted when courses become available.



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.

We ask that you email this info to diane@ibew.nf.ca


Thank You,

Glen



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WE’RE THERE FOR YOU.


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.