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This board is made up of Retirees who meet not only to discuss issues that affect the retired population, but also to maintain solidarity and keep the history of Local 99 alive.  The Retirees meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the Union Hall at 12:00 pm EXCEPT​ for the following months:

May - May Breakfast - Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

July - Out for the summer

August - Out for the summer

December - Retirees Christmas Party - TBA

Negotiating Committee

This committee consists of the representatives from both the Union and Management who negotiate and review contracts in the Local.

Minority Caucus

This committee is established to discuss and act on the specific concerns and needs from the minority portion of our membership.

LMC Committee

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Rhode Island Labor-Management Cooperative Committee is a panel comprised of members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 99 and members of the Rhode Island and Southeast Massachusetts Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association.  The sole purpose of this committee is to promote sustainable, harmonious relations between management and labor in the complex world of electrical construction.  With this commitment, the committee actively works towards our common goals of advancing our trade in the areas of:  customer satisfaction, safety, craftsmanship, renewable energy, healthy working partnerships and community service. The commitment to these goals rely proudly on our unyielding foundation, which is our Institute of Higher Education known as the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee.


Brotherhood Fund

The purpose of this committee is to raise funds to support our brothers and sisters in need.  Specifically, if a member is ill, the committee with offer the member a donation to help them through a rough patch.

Local 99 Safety Committee

This committee meets to discuss all safety issues from strictly a labor perspective.  The committee will submit reports to the Joint Safety committee and vice versa.

2017 Seasonal Flu Vaccine Clinic

Friday, September 29th, 2017

3:00pm - 5:00pm

22 Amflex Drive
Cranston, RI 


OSHA 10 & OSHA 30 Classes

Brothers and Sisters,

OSHA 10:
The JATC will be holding a 2 part OSHA 10 class on Friday August 4th  from 5-9 and Saturday August 5th from 7-1. You must attend both classes to receive your OSHA card.   If you do not have OSHA 10 or have lost your card then please sign up for this class.  OSHA 10 classes are not held often so don’t miss this opportunity.  This is a no cost class if you successfully complete it, however you must put a $25 deposit to reserve your space.  Upon completion you will get your $25 back.  Please contact the JATC to reserve your spot.  401-946-9908 

OSHA 30:
The OSHA 30 classes are in the process of being scheduled.  If you have shown interest, you will be contacted shortly to discuss the schedule and cost. 

Job Postings 7/18/17

Click here to see attached documents on the following positions:

City of Providence Traffic Signal Maintenance - Foreperson, Limited


City of Providence Traffic Engineer Electrician - Limited

Apprentice Application Dates

Applications are now accepted 12 months a year. The best qualified applicants will be offered placement in our program and/or with an electrical contractor based on availability of  opportunities and the qualification level of candidates.   

You may come to our office at the date and time listed below or you may print out the application from the application tab.  If you choose to submit by mail, you will need to photocopy the required documents and produce the originals on or preferably before the day of the exam.  

First and Third Wednesdays of every month from 8:00am to 3:30pm


40 Western Industrial Drive

Cranston, RI  02921

(401) 946-9908

Applications are also available online

Directions to the JATC Training Facility:

  • Take Route 95 to 295
  • Take Exit # 4  on Route 295 to Plainfield Pike, Head West
  • Take a left turn onto Comstock Parkway
  • Take a right turn onto Western Industrial Drive

You will need:

First:  On the day of application all applicants will need a valid driver’s license, a High School diploma or have a GED.  You will need a passing grade of “C” or “70” in Algebra 1.  You will have thirty days to supply a copy of your birth certificate and a High School transcript. 

Second:  Applicants will take an exam that meets a national standard; the exam is 50% reading comprehension and 50% mathematics (including Algebra).  When an applicant receives a passing grade they will be granted an interview.  An applicant’s score on the interview will determine if they are accepted into the Apprenticeship program.

The apprenticeship program is a 5 year program; as long as you meet all the requirements of the Apprenticeship Agreement, you will be granted a full tuition scholarship that is paid by the Apprenticeship Trust Fund. However, the Apprentice will be responsible to purchase books, maintain acceptable grades and attend all classes; the program runs from September to May each year, typically two nights a week.


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