Local 230 Manpower Requests

LOCAL 230 MANPOWER REQUESTS

July 19th, 2017

Dispatching hours 8:00 AM thru 10:00 AM

 IMPORTANT INFORMATION: NO MEMBER WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR DISPATCH IF YOU HAVE YOUR TRAVEL CARD OUT, OR ON DEPOSIT WITH ANOTHER LOCAL. IF YOU HAVE YOUR TRAVEL CARD IN YOUR POSSESSION, YOU MUST RETURN IT PRIOR TO BEING DISPATCHED. IF IT IS ON DEPOSIT WITH ANOTHER LOCAL, YOU MUST ADVISE DISPATCH WHERE IT IS DEPOSITED, SO WE MAY REQUEST THAT IT BE RETURNED. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A DISPATCH UNTIL WE HAVE VERIFIED THAT YOUR TRAVEL CARD WILL BE RETURNED TO OUR OFFICE. ALL MEMBERS MUST REPORT WITH THEIR DRIVERS LICENSE, SOCIAL SECURITY CARD, AND/OR PASSPORT TO RECEIVE A DISPATCH AS PER SECTION 5.3.1 OF THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT.

Daily Dispatches

We had the following MANPOWER calls:

Local 230 is requesting Eric Bartholomew and Seth Sica as Apprentices

We filled following list call as of Wednesday July 19th:

We filled  (1) Plumber call to SSW

We have the following list call for Thursday July 20th:

Astro has placed a list call for (1) Plumber, drug and Alcohol screening required


 

2014-2018 MASTER AGREEMENT

DISPATCHING PROCEDURES

As of July 1, 1988, the following requirements are necessary to sign the out-of-work list in Local Union #230:

Book #1 – Plumber, Fitter, Welder Lists: P.I.P.E. Certification or UA Certification in the appropriate category and 3,000 hours or more of employment in the past three years for a signatory contractor working in Local #230’s jurisdiction.

Book #2 – Plumber, Fitter, Welder Lists: P.I.P.E. Certification or UA Certification in the appropriate category and 2,000 hours or more of employment in the past three years working for Contractors party to and under the terms of an agreement with District Council #16 Southern California and Oregon Pipe Trades agree to reciprocate to meet the terms of Section 5.1.6.

Book #3 – Plumber, Fitter, Welder Lists: All Journeymen who have worked 2,000 hours or more in the past three years for an employer signed to and doing work under an agreement with a United Association Local Union in the State of California.

Book #4 – Plumber, Fitter, Welder Lists: All Journeymen who have worked less that 2,000 hours for an employer signatory to an agreement with a United Association Local Union within the State of California or any other applicant who qualifies as a Journeyman and who registers for hiring in accordance with the terms of the Master Labor Agreement.

 

REFERRAL OF MANPOWER

Prior to dispatch of any applicant for employment, the Union shall verify the person’s employment eligibility under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. The Union shall complete a U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service Form I-9 for each applicant for employment who is dispatched. However, if the Union is unable to complete verification at the time of dispatch because the applicant does not have the required documents, the applicant will still be eligible for dispatch, and the Union shall verify that individual’s employment eligibility within three days of dispatch, or 21 days if the applicant has provided a receipt showing application for a document which will establish eligibility.

Examples of documents necessary for proper verification are a U. S. Passport, a Certificate of U. S. Citizenship, a Certification of Naturalization; a foreign passport (unexpired) with an alien registration receipt card and a temporary resident card. Other documents that will be helpful to complete the I.N.S. requirements are your drivers’ license, Social Security Card, birth certificate and an unexpired I.N.S. employment authorization form. If you have questions on the I.N.S. requirements, please call the office at 858/554-0586.

  1. All calls for dispatching will be put on the recorder after 4:30 P.M. the day prior to the issuing of referrals. This will include all Journeymen, Utility Fitters, Installation & Service Technicians and Service & Repair Trainees.

  1. Apprentices and Pre-Apprentices will be dispatched under the discretion of the Business Manager.

  1. Workmen traveling in for a Contractor for a specific job will be dispatched according to the Master Agreement.

  2. Emergency dispatching will be processed by telephone dispatching from the appropriate out-of-work list according to the order of sign-in date, and calls by name will not be honored for emergency work.

  1. Calls received for manpower one day will not be filled until the following morning, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 10:00 A.M., and will be announced on the recorder (858/554-0590).

  2. Sick List Exclusions: If a person is disabled and not eligible for work, he/she must present a Doctor’s excuse to the dues secretary. The person is listed as sick and may remain on the out-of-work list. When a person is able to return to work, he/she must present a Doctor’s release to the dues secretary. This person would be eligible for dispatch the following workday.

               LOCAL 230 HIRING HALL OPERATIONS

When filling list calls, the Dispatcher will start with the first member present on the appropriate out-of-work list and continue through the list until all jobs are filled.

If multiple jobs are available in a certain category, the first person has preference; the second person has preference on the jobs remaining and so on until all jobs are filled.

 

  1. No specialties will be listed on the out of work lists.

  2. Members may refuse any jobs they desire without penalty.

  3. Members may retain their position on the out-of-work list in the following ways:

 

A.   A member may take a short-term job (defined as a job lasting 14 calendar days or less) and upon receiving a Reduction in Force, may return to his/her original position on the out-  of-work list, at the discretion of the Business Manager or his designee.  If a member quits         or is fired, he/she must sign the bottom of the out-of-work list.

 

B.   On Referrals where there is project specific requirements including, but not limited to, security clearances, drug testing, weld tests, or brazing tests and you are unable to meet     the requirement(s) disclosed at the time of dispatch you must sign the bottom of the out of     work list upon returning to the local. 

 

C.      Any member receiving less than a full day’s pay shall retain his/her place on the out of work list, but he/she shall not be redispatched to the same Contractor or the same job if so requested by the Contractor in writing. When a member takes the second dispatch and goes to work and returns to the hall, he/she must sign the bottom of the out-of-work list.

 

 

Members are solely responsible as to determining their own qualifications in accepting a work order.