2018 Solidarity Ride Sponsors!

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Hero Sponsor ($1,000 on up)

IBEW Local 99
IBEW Local 2323
Joe & Doreen Walsh

Platinum Sponsor ($750-$999)

Gold Sponsor ($500-$749)

IBEW Local 29
IBEW Local 42
IBEW Local 126
IBEW Local 1249

Local Labor Management Co-op
Providence Central Federal Council
RI Building & Construction Trades
RI Military Org.
Sentinel Electric, LLC

Silver Sponsor ($126-$499)

Steve Barbosa
Ed & Jackie Conway
Crown Supply Co., Inc.
EW Audet & Sons, Inc.
Greenville Nursery School
IBEW Local 99 Retirees

IBEW Local 5/RF
IBEW Local 90
IBEW Local 223
IBEW Local 2325
Local 99 Riding Club
Nolin Electric, Inc.
Joe Simons
David Soucy
UA Local 51

Bronze Sponsor ($125)

Broadway Lounge
Construction Laborers Local 271
Eric Dodge
IBEW Local 35
IBEW Local 99 Retirees
IBEW Local 104
IBEW Local 455
IBEW Local 2320
IBEW Local 2321
Iron Workers Local 37
K Electric, Inc.
Laura's Bar & Grill
Ocean State Vending
Reel New England

RI Federation of Teachers
Rodio & Ursillo, Ltd.
Roofers Local 33
UFCW Local 328

2017 NEC Code Books

The following 2017 NEC code books are now available for purchase at the JATC, 40 Western Industrial Drive, Cranston, RI.

2017 NEC Softbound code book - $80.00

2017 NEC Handbook - $150.00

NFPA 2017 NEC Tabs - $15.00

Roll Call Time Change

Please be advised, all calls going forward, roll call will be from 6:30-7:00 am with the call closing promptly at 7:00 am.  If you have an issue coming to the hall or signing in, please text Joe Walsh 401-954-9424.  You must receive a reply to assure your text was received.  

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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Local 99 Merchandise Sale

T-Shirts starting at $10

Long Sleeve shirts $15

Sweatshirts $20

Hoodies $25

Winter Hats $5

Resign Reminder

You must resign between the 10th and the 16th of every month  If you have difficulty on line, then send an email to or call during regular business hours!                 

United Way 2-1-1

Your one-stop call for assistance!

United Way 2-1-1 in Rhode Island is a 24-hour information and referral helpline that identifies the needs of our neighbors and connects them with food, shelter, medical care, job skills development programs, and other critical resources when there is nowhere else to turn.

Click on the flyer to see how United Way is here to help!

IMPORTANT Fluke Safety Recall

*Fluke Issues Recall on Meters and Testers*

In cooperation with the Consumer Products Safety Commission, Fluke
issued recalls for five of its products. In all cases, _users are
directed to stop using the product immediately_. The following products
are affected:

* Fluke 373, 374, 375 and 376 Digital Clamp Meters
* Fluke 190 ScopeMeter
* Fluke T2 Electrical Tester
* Fluke 333, 334, 335, 336 and 337 Digital Clamp Meters
* Fluke 1AC-1 VoltAlert Voltage Tester

Specifics of the recall for each device can be found at

IMPORTANT: New referral guidelines posted in the Members Forum

Look under "Referral info" in forum area for new referral information

Local 99's Emergency Response Team has been activated.

If you need emergency response electricians and line crews, call 401-954-9424.  We have 800 men and women and 50 contractors ready who can solve your emergency electrical problems.  

It is a fact, Union Workers are 17% more productive than non-union workers

The simple facts are Union workers spend a great deal more time being trained for their profession than non-union. Training is the key to productivity and safety.  It only makes sense, with so much more time in training and contractors that are highly skilled in managing a project, clearly  the end result has to be a dramatic increase in productivity

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