WE HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE UNION MEETING
ALL MEETINGS BEGIN AT 7:00 P.M AND ARE HELD AS FOLLOWS:
Tri-City Meeting - 1st Thursday - Local 112's Office
Hermiston Meeting - 2nd Thursday - Oxford Suites - Hermiston - 1050 N. First St.
Yakima Meeting - Labor Hall - 507 So. 3rd St., Yakima
WASHINGTON ISSUES TEMPORARY ELECTRICAL LICENSES
Effective immediately, the State of Washington, will issue a temporary electrical permit to electricians who have completed completed an equivalent state regulated four-year journey level electrical apprenticeship program or possess an equivalent journey level electrician certificate obtained by examination in another state and who can meet the requirements under 19.28.181 . The temporary electrician permit is valid for 90 days and is not renewable. During the 90 days, an applicant must test in order to obtain a license valid beyond the temporary permit.
BENEFITS FOR WORK RELATED ILLNESS
Are you a former Nuclear Weapons or Uranium Industry employee who now suffers from a work related illness? Did you know that you may be entitled to significant health care benefits and financial compensation? The first step is the get a FREE medical screening through the Building Trades National Screening Program. Contact Sherry Gosseen at 509-946-1036 to schedule an appointment. Learn more about the companies that offer these health care services.
KEEP UPDATED ON THE LATEST NEWS THAT AFFECTS ORGANIZED LABOR
The Washington State Labor Council has an online newspaper that is very informative and full of information that affects the working class people of our state and nation.
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19th @ 7:00 p.m.
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We are looking for some new designs for a logo for Local 112. If you have an artistic side and would like to submit a new design to be used on shirts, stickers, phamplets, etc. , you have until January 1st to submit your idea. $100 for First Place and $50 for 2nd Place .
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