IBEW Children's Christmas Party 2015
IBEW Children's Christmas Party 2015

IBEW Children's Christmas Party

It is that time again for our annual Children’s Christmas Party! The party is open to all children and grandchildren of Local 99 membership (up to ten years old). In order to provide the children with the most fun, we need to know in advance who will be attending. We ask that you complete the requested information below with your child’s name, age
and gender and return it to the Union Hall no later than November 27, 2015.
We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to seeing your family!
DATE: December 5, 2015
PLACE: Fantasyland
1300 Fall River Avenue
Seekonk, MA
TIME: 8:30 AM
(Santa will be there 8:30 – 10:00 AM)
Fraternally Yours:
Michael K. Daley
Business Manager/Financial Secretary
(Click on Title and download form to print and submit to Local 99, 22 Amflex Drive, Cranston, RI)

JATC Solar/Photovoltaic Training

The JATC will be hosting a Photovoltaic course for Journeymen and Apprentices interested in learning the fundamentals of putting together a PV system using some of the latest technologies.

Course Objectives include:

  • Provide introduction and history of solar energy
  • Explain the electrical design of solar systems
  • Explain solar theory and design considerations
  • Explain solar mechanical design
  • Explain the economics and incentives behind solar installs

This course is scheduled for December 12th from 7am – 3pm

Seating is limited so call ahead to reserve a seat.

There is no cost for this course.

Solar Show 11/16/15!!

Brothers and Sisters,

On Monday November 16th at 5:00 PM Local 99 will host a small Solar Show at the Union Hall.  This will be a short show, approx 2 hours.   We have requested 4 contractors who have their primary focus on Solar to participate.   The goal is to network these contractors with the rest of our contractors and our membership.  This is one small step to advance an industry within the IBEW.  Local 99 many times is cut out of the industry by the influx of National Solar Contractors flooding into the area.  The national companies create the projects that they ultimately install.  With a little initiative we can replace all of them with us by beating them to the punch.   We are focusing on creating projects that do not exist today to assist every one of our contractors and every one of our members to be an active part of the renewable community.  With so many advances in the industry, we feel it is imperative to get all of our family on the same page so we can move forward as a team to assure success for all.  If this show is well attended, then we can do more in the future on other technologies that can offer business and employment opportunities for all.

Who should attend:

All Contractors who may have an opportunity to install a Solar project.

All Contractors who may have a customer who could benefit from Solar.

All Contractors who may wish to gain some insight onto the way the industry works.

All Contractors who may wish to install Solar on their own buildings.

All Members who wish to gain more knowledge on the industry.

All Members who wish to see if Solar is right for their own home.

All Members who wish to be able to earn referral commissions for directing people to the IBEW installers.

Anyone who wants to find out what the JATC has going to advance our training in this and all other technologies coming down the road.

Anyone who wants to know what the license law actually says about who owns this work.

Anyone who wants to know how to finance a system.

Anyone who wants to know the big differences between buying and leasing.

Anyone who has interest in building a better world for our children with the Union Label on it.

Anyone looking to network with our renewable energy partners. 

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Fire Alarm Inspector - Providence

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

Fire Alarm Seminar Program
Fire Alarm Seminar Program

Fire Alarm Seminar

November 12th, 2015

Crowne Plaza Hotel
Route 5
Warwick, RI  02886

8AM to 4PM

$35.00 per attendee (Limited to 100) must pre-register with FCOARI online - registration and payments will be available on their website or contact Bill Willett

RI and MA 15 Hour Continuing Education Code Class

This will be the last scheduled class for the 2014 code.  Limited seating.

Course offering date:

Saturday, November 14, 2015


Sunday, November 15, 2015

7:00am - 3:00pm


The cost of this course is $25 non refundable.

Click on "READ MORE" if you wish to attend classes on any of these dates...


First Aid/CPR and AED

There will be First Aid/CPR and AED training through the American Heart Association at the JATC, 40 Western Industrial Drive, Cranston, RI.  Call to reserve a space, seating is limited. (401) 946-9908

  • Approximately 3 hours
  • $30.00 per person
  • Must bring pen to write.

Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 at 5:00 pm


Wednesday, December 16th, 2015 at 5:00 pm

MA 6 Hour Variable Frequency Drive Class

The JATC  is offering this course to the first 10 members.

$30.00 non-refundable.

Course offering dates:

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015


Thursday, November 19th, 2015

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Please contact the JATC office at (401) 946-9908 for more information.

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 .

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