Phone Banks & Precinct Walks!!
IW Local 378 is currently hosting phone banks for our affiliates and labor-endorsed candidates at the Union Hall every Tuesday and Thursday, from 5pm – 8pm. Simply show up and we’ll take care of the rest!
We will also be participating on the following precinct walks and we encourage you to join us!
--Hakeem Brown for Vallejo City Council: Every Saturday from 10am – 4pm. Meet at 612 Marin Street in Vallejo, CA.
--Dominic Aliano for Concord City Council: October 20, 2018 from 9am – 12pm. Meet at 2160 Monument Blvd. in Concord, CA.
--Aisha Wahab for Hayward City Council: Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 8am – 11am. Meet at Starbucks: 20523 Hesperian Blvd Hayward, CA.
Remember, if you are an Apprentice hoping to complete community service hours, these are great opportunities for you! Please check in with our Business Agent/Organizer, Ken Miller!
General Election Endorsements
Please review the endorsement list as a guide for the upcoming General Election on November 6, 2018. This list includes candidates approved by Local 378 as well as those recommended by our affiliates.
Transition to Cashless Environment effective July 1, 2018
Effective July 1, 2018, Local 378 will no longer accept cash.
As noted per a memorandum from our General Treasurer's Office, the General Executive Council established a policy pursuant to Article XIII, Section 5 of our Constitution requiring all local unions to adopt a cashless system.
Please click here for more information.
Your Vacation Check can now be deposited directly to your bank account!
Wouldn't you rather receive the funds of your quarterly vacation check directly to your bank account? Well, now you can! For a limited time, the Trust Fund office will deposit an additional $25.00, included with your first deposit! Take advantage of this incentive by printing out the Electronic Deposit Form, attaching a voided check and mailing it directly to the Trust Fund office in Pasadena, CA. For your convenience, we have these forms available at the Union Hall, as well.
UPDATE on RSO-20 Hour course
On October 7, 2017, the Governor of California signed into law AB55. In part, the law changes the implementation dates for the components of the 20-hour High Hazard Facility Training referenced in Health and Safety Code Section 25536.7, Sub Section (10) (C).
Consistent with the new law, the following has been amended:
• Effective dates for Part 1: 4-hours of Fundamentals of Refining and Part 3: 8-hours of Safety as it Pertains to Crafts have been extended to July 1st, 2018
• Effective date of Part 2: 8-hours of Refinery Safety Overview, a carryover of the previous Refinery Safety Overview (RSO) training, will remain as originally announced: January 1, 2018
Eligible members who contact our office will be required to schedule all three courses, totalling 20-hours of training. Local 378 will not schedule any portion of the training, individually.
Please note: the High Hazard Facility Training is a 3-day training. Please keep this in mind when scheduling with Local 378 as the IMPACT attendance policy is still in effect.
All active and eligible Local 378 Journeymen and Apprentices are able to be registered for OSCA Site-Specific courses with Local 378 at no cost to the member, paid by IMPACT. TWIC must be prepaid and registered by the member, where a reimbursement will be provided to active members who provide a TWIC card and proof of purchase. Click here for more information.
Spring 2018 JIW Retraining Schedule Available
Attention members: The Fall 2017 Journeymen Retraining Schedule is now available. Keeping your certifications current and your skills sharp will help you keep your edge in the labor market.
Please click here to view the schedule.
Access to IMPACT status
You now have access to your IMPACT status! Click here for details!
Dues receipts are now EMAILED, effective July 1, 2016-Please read!
Attention Members! Local 378 will only be emailing dues receipts to all members effective July 1, 2016. Please click here to familiarize yourself with a list of acceptable dues verification methods available via smart phone or wireless device. Please contact our office to provide an email address if one is not on file for you.
The Iron Worker App is here!
Need to access your Worker Log, information in the Ironworker Foreman Pocket Guide or utilize the functions of the brand-new Ironworker Membership Card? There’s an app for that.
The Ironworker app is now available as a free download in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
For more details on the information accessed via the app, click here!!
Do you have EXPERIENCE as an Iron Worker?
What about skills in any of our trade specialties that you believe you can contribute to our Local Union?
If so, we would love to hear from you! There is a demand for members in our region and we can assist you securing employment with a union contractor, as a union member.
Reap the benefits of great wages, healthcare and pension among other perks.
Enjoy the advantage that being Union will bring to you, your family and your career.
To get started, simply visit www.ironjobs.org and fill out an application. If you don’t have experience, don’t worry, you’re welcome to apply as well! We will ensure that you are contacted and properly guided in order to join Iron Workers Local 378.
Helmets to Hardhats
Helmets to Hardhats is a national, non-profit program that exists to connect transitioning active-duty military members with quality career training and employment opportunities within the building and construction industry. If you are a military veteran seeking an opportunity with IW Local 378, please visit our H2H page for additional information on how to join our organization.
Check out our Industry News tab for the latest Ironworker news
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Support the Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge today
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation in the memory of a friend of loved one. See the News and Events page for a downloadable form.
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