2016 Flu Clinic


  WHEN:       TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2016

                                            TIME:       3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

There is no charge with BCBS, Medicare Part B, United Healthcare, Neighborhood Health, Tufts, or Tufts/Carelink

($25.00 – No Insurance or Different Ins.)


If you have any questions please call Nicole Natale

at 401-946-9900 ext. 242

**Open to employees and family members 3 years and older**

** You do not need to call to make an appointment**

2016 Connecticut Code Class

Last chance for all members that have a Connecticut Journeyman or Masters License are required to take Continuing Education each year.

The 15 hour Rhode Island / Massachusetts CE program are not reciprocal.

The JATC  is offering  this code review course to a maximum of 50 members.

The cost of this course is $25 non refundable.

Course offering dates

Saturday, October 1st, 2016

7am - 12pm

Please call the JATC office (401) 946-9908.

2016 Solidarity Ride Sponsor list to date

Sponsor list updated 5/13/16

Please take time to review our updated sponsor list.  You will notice that several are listed in red underlined text.  I would humbly request you pay particular attention to these folks.  The ones underlined are the Striking Families who work for Verizon.  They are without pay and benefits with no relief in sight but they still have committed to co-sponsoring this bike run for our Veterans and putting the needs of their own families aside for the cause of our vets. They are walking lines all across the state to shed some light on the corporate greed that is crushing the middle class.  Going on Strike is perhaps the single most difficult decision a man or woman has to make but when you decide to say “I’m still in” and honor your commitments, that is really some kind of hero I can only hope to emulate someday.    

2016 Solidarity Ride Sponsors

UPDATED 5/13/16

Hero Sponsors:

IBEW Local Union 99
IBEW Local Union 2323

Platinum Sponsors:

Lan-Tel Communications Inc.

Gold Sponsors:

Ward Fisher & Company,  Accounting
Synet Technology Solutions, Warwick Rhode Island
Arden Engineering Constructors   
Blue Cross Blue Shield of RI

Please click on READ MORE for more of our Sponsors...

Applying and Qualifying for Appenticeship in the Electrical Industry

The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW 99) jointly sponsor an electrical apprenticeship training program that could potentially offer you the opportunity to earn wages, benefits and a college degree while you learn the skills needed for a trade that can be both challenging and rewarding. You will have the chance to use your mind, as well as your physical skills, to complete work in a variety of settings with the constant opportunity to learn something new.

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Miriam Hospital Electrical Positions.

The Miriam Hospital is looking for 2-3 electricians.  I believe these are second and third shift positions.  If you are interested, visit the at this link:

If the link does not work, go to Career Opportunities, Search open Positions, Chose Miriam in the “Affiliate” pull down menu.  Hit search.  

I have no further information on this position with the exception of they have not been able to fill them so I believe there is room for negotiation with the right applicant. 


Scholarship Fund

The IBEW Local 99 Scholarship Fund is offering several Scholarships for members and members’ families.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 99 Scholarship Foundation would like to announce the application period for the Thomas Woodmansee Memorial Scholarship is now open. This Scholarship is funded through the proceeds of the Golf Tournament held in September of 2015. 

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Fire Alarm Inspector - Providence

Fire Alarm Inspector position available.  Click on title and download the document for further details.

New Referral Policy

Please login to Member Services (on the left) to view the new Referral Policy updated as of June 1st, 2015.  

Please Support and Thank our 2015 Ride Sponsors!

Supporters to date of the 2015 Solidarity Ride to Support Pink Heals Rhode Island

Our fundraising and donation campaign and it is going great!! This list will grow further before the event on May 17th.  Please patronize the businesses and talent on this list and say thank you to all others who donated to or sponsored the event. Without all of these folk this event could not happen!!

Platinum Sponsors: 
Aladdin Electric 
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 99 
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 2323

Rossi Electric
Ward Fisher

Advertising Sponsor: 
Common Ground News

Musical Sponsor

Rest Stop Sponsor:
Dan's Place, West Greenwich 

Gold Sponsors: 
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 223

Silver Sponsors: 
Arden Engineering Constructors Inc.
Cement Masons Local 40

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 90
Ralph's Catering
Rhode Island Building Trades Council
Rhode Island LIUNA
Southeastern Mass Building Trades
William J. Lamar & Sons

Bronze Supporting Sponsor: 
Asbestos Workers Local 6 
Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 1 
C&K Electric
Crown Supply Inc
Elevator Constructors Union Local 39
Eric Dodge
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 7
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 42
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 104
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 455
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 488
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 567
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1505
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2321
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2325
Iron Workers Local Union 37
K Electric Inc

Laborers International Union Local 271
Moulison North Corporation
Nolin Electric
North Providence Little League
Ocean State Vending
Painters and Allied Trades District Council 11
Rayco Electric
Reel New England, Smithfield RI
Rexel Supply
Rhode Island Brotherhood of Correctional Officers
Rhode Island Federation of Teachers
 and Ursillo
Soucy Insurance Agency, Woonsocket RI
Synet Technology Solutions
Tranquil Log Homes, Inc. Foster RI
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Local 94
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 328
United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers Local 33
Utility Workers Union of America Local 369

Friends and Raffle Prize Sponsors: 
Austins Salon and Day Spa
Barrett Distribution Centers
Dr. Andrea Fontaine
Greenville Nursery School

Jude Plante
Launch Trampoline Park
Marge Roderick
 North Corporation
Mutley Crew RI
Pleasant View Diner, 123 Pleasant View Avenue, Smithfield

Providence Bruins
Shiller D.C.
Sweet Indulgence Bakery
Texas Roadhouse
United Ink Tattoos
West Shore Collision
Wishes Under Wraps
Calma Salon 
Meadow Brook Lanes
Iron Hand Tattoo
Envious Swim Lessons
Betty Corbin
Eddies Diner
Alpine Liquers
City of Warwick Employees Union LU 1651


Shout Out!

To all 99 Brothers and Sisters

The JATC’s doors are open and lab space is available to anyone who wants to practice or needs remedial training. Call the JATC or stop by to find out more details. The school is about training everyone, so come on down and stay on top of your game.   

JATC Training Facility

40 Western Industrial Drive

Cranston, RI 02921

(401) 946-9908

ILRS Labor History Course

Starting next week on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014  at 5:00 pm we will begin offering the Labor History Course at the Union hall.

On the first night we will also be starting portfolios for all the students in the class.  We will need you to list military schools and all courses that you have taken and received credit for at Community Colleges and Four year colleges.

We need to evaluate each student and find out what course they will need to take in order to complete the program.

ILRS will also review the accu-placer test  and schedule all students to take the test or  review for a retake if necessary.

Please respond if you intend on taking this course by email to .

Meeting Time Change & Food Announcement

Please be advised, the monthly meeting time has been PERMANENTLY changed to:

6:00 PM

We will be having free light dinners with beverages starting at approximately 5:15.  Quantities are limited so arrive early.

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