720-B Technology Way, Napa, CA 94558, (707) 251-9180
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Local 180 is one of the oldest Local Unions in the US and the third oldest in California.
Local 180 follows the IBEW & NECA Substance-Free Workforce ProgramSee our JATC web site for Apprenticeship information. Additional information is provided from our "100 Year History Book" prepared by Deane Rader.
Instructions to gain access to the member’s ISAWeb area for dues payment, web re-sign and book status.
Information on the change to the Kaiser coverage for active participants under the Inside Agreement starting September 2013.
on all jobs
The Office Will Be Closed For
8/29/2014 and 9/1/2014
$2 increase per month started Jan. 1, 2014
Monthly International dues will be $32. Therefore, total monthly membership dues are now $37.70 for Inside and Residential members and $34.00 for Sound & Communication members.
Re-sign is now monthly; between the 10th and the 16th of the month. You CANNOT re-sign in advance or if you are working in another Local Union performing electrical work! Additional Re-sign Fax Forms can be found here. Fax Re-signs can also be personally dropped off at the Union Office. This means that signing the books on the 9th requires you to re-sign between the 10th - 16th in all Local Unions.
$20.00 Small - 2X Large
$25 3XL - 4XL
Valero Refinery in Benicia
The following are required when taking any call: BAT-DSOP CARD, No Facial Hair, OSHA10 and NFPA70E, CPR, andTWIC Card. The Locator for Enrollment information from Dept of Homeland Security website. How To Get Your TWIC Card and How to Reset Your PIN.
(in the link search for Benicia, CA).
NEW: "On June 15, 2012 TSA and the U.S. Coast Guard announced a new option for renewing TWIC cards called “extended expiration date TWIC”.
Contact Info for BeneSys Administrators The trust fund for Inside Agreement benefits.
On Feb. 23, 2012 Mitt spoke before the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) promising how to fight unions and prevailing wage (Davis–Bacon Act by a Republican Congress and a Republican President, Herbert Hoover) and PLA's. Watch the C-SPAN video and please send us your thoughts.
In Bozeman, Montana, Anders Lewendal is hard at work building a home he hopes will be a blueprint for creating jobs in America.
Lewendal, an economist turned builder, is constructing a house made entirely from American-made products. Everything from the nails, screws and bolts, to the steel, staples and bathtub is made in the United States.
It is up to us, not government, to help create jobs here in America - watch this video and see if you can help next time you have to buy materials.
Produced by IBEW Member Norman Mitchell
If you believe that the electrician should be reported as certified or registered and is not; please contact the Electrician Certification Unit at (415) 703-4919 and leave a message and someone will get back to you. More Information
Work as an "electrician trainee" by enrolling in one of the approved schools.
Enforcement: Any person who displays a certificate , or otherwise claims to be certified, who is not certified shall be prohibited from taking the test for certification for a period of five (5) years. NOTE Authority cited: Section 3099, Labor Code. References: Section 3099, Labor Code.The above information is provided free of charge by the Department of Industrial Relations from its web site at www.dir.ca.gov.
Vallejo Home 11/2013
& LOCAL UNION 180
Working Together for
Top Left: Brian Weber, Cody A'Hearn, Don Lorenz, Rich Mattson, Robert Stake, Pete Barchard
Bottom Left: Matt Jones, Robert Shaw, Nelson Rojas
Top row L-R; Rob Shaw, Lee Bowen, Sam Haines, Dan Broadwater,
Rick Row, Gene Watson, Rich Manny, Dennis Haley
Bottom row L-R; Rich Mattson, Jason Carrier, Nick Baker, James Jewet.