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Plan on attending the next scheduled Union meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for July 16th at 7pm

web-MOST_LogoBoilermakers Local 85 will be offering a MOST OSHA 30 class for anyone that still needs it the week of July 20th. According to the referral rules everyone will have to have it by August 31, 2015 in order to sign the out of work list and be dispatched through the MOST BDS. We highly recommend you attend this class because we probably won’t offer another before the deadline is up. Contact Paul McGrew at the training center to reserve your spot. After the deadline in August in order to sign the out of work list you will have to travel to take the class at another Boilermaker local until we offer another class.

redcross United Way of Monroe / AFL-CIO is having their annual summer Blood drive July 30th from 10am to 3pm. We encourage all the tradesman to support their community and stop out and donate. The life you save could be your own, or someone you love. To make a appointment, please contact Connie Carroll at 734-242-1331 and ask for Connie Carroll or email clcarrol@monroeuw.org or call Michael smith at 734-242-1331 ext. 16 or Msmith@monroeuw.org.

8676_THUMBVisit the new official International Brother of Boilermakers product website at www.myibbstore.com. All products are UNION-MADE and authorized by the International and the store is operated by Zubie Wear. The site is new so check back often to see the new merchandise that has been added.They plan on selling everything from T-shirts, belt buckles, pins, coffee mugs and more. You’ll also be contributing 10% of all proceeds to Boilermaker benefit programs

 

commonarcAttention: All Local 85 Common Arc Welders are responsible for making sure welding qualification are updated and maintained.
Updates should include all applicable processes. Contractors are only obligated to send in updates for the process used on the job, you must request that they update you for additional processes. You may be asked to perform a non-productive weld for updating purposes.
If you are working out-of-town, it is important to notify the QC manager that you are a Common Arc welder and request an update when the job is finished.
we encourage you to follow-up two to three weeks after the job to verify the update was submitted. You can check your status by accessing the Boilermaker Delivery System and viewing your profile.

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We have the official date for the Boilermakers Local 85 golf outing at Chippewa Golf Course in Curtice, Ohio. The Golf outing will be July, 11th. We will Tee off at 8am so make sure that you are there early so we can arrange teams. The cost will be $50 for members and free for retirees. The cost includes a sleeve of custom Boilermaker balls,18 holes of golf, your golf cart for the day, a steak dinner following your round of golf and door prizes. Abe has a sign up sheet at the hall to reserve your spot and so we know who is planning on attending, and the money is due before the event.

 

 

bmmudhenslogoWe will have our Boilermakers Local 85 Annual Mudhens Outing this year on Friday, July 17th. The cost of this event is $20 per ticket which includes a dinner buffet and Your seat. We have had a really great time in the last few years with a great turn out so lets make this event a success again. Come out and enjoy your Union Brotherhood and take in a great ball game with some great food.  Abe has a sign up sheet at the hall for anyone interest, sign up early so we can have a ticket count in advance and have the money in by Tuesday, June 25th.

 

 

web-MOST_Logo The MOST Board of Trustees have amended the drug policy toincluded annual testing. The new policy will take effect on August 31, 2015.

Anyone eligible for referral on the BDS who does not comply with the new policy by that date will move to the Ineligible List until a negative drug screen has been completed and received by the MOST office. Click here to read the new MOST Drug

The Boilermakers CodeTHE BOILERMAKER CREED:

I AM A BOILERMAKER.
I AM A SKILLED CRAFTSPERSON AND A MEMBER OF A TEAM.
I SERVE A BROTHERHOOD WHOSE EXCEPTIONAL LEGACY SPANS OVER 130 YEARS.
I HONOR THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE ME, MY MENTORS.
I HONOR THEIR STRUGGLE TO PROVIDE ME WITH A UNION OPPORTUNITY.
I RESPECT THEIR KNOWLEDGE, LEADERSHIP AND INTEGRITY.
I WILL SHOW UP ON TIME, READY TO WORK.
I WILL GIVE QUALITY WORK FOR QUALITY PAY.
I WILL HONOR THE NEGOTIATED CONTRACT AND LET MY STEWARDS AND UNION REPRESENTATIVES DO THEIR JOBS.
I WILL BE RESPONSIBLE AND ACCOUNTABLE FOR MY ACTIONS.
I WILL DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.
I AM AN EXCELLENT PROBLEM SOLVER.
I AM A GUEST AT JOB SITES AND CONDUCT MYSELF ACCORDINGLY.
I AM CONSTANTLY LEARNING AND SHARING THAT KNOWLEDGE.
I AM ALWAYS WORKING SAFELY AND DEMAND THE SAME FROM THOSE AROUND ME.
I AM A GUARDIAN OF CRAFTSMANSHIP AND THE UNION WAY OF LIFE.
I AM PART OF A BROTHERHOOD.
I AM A BOILERMAKER.

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Check out the links below to watch the Boilermaker Live the Code videos

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