What's New at IBEW 111
Please note, due to a printing error some June calendars have incorrect meeting dates. The correct June calendar is attached. Please come to the Denver Office for a physical copy if needed.
PSCo Negotiation Update:
Despite the Union's best efforts to get a contract agreed to before the expiration tonight, the sides were unable to reach an agreement.
Over multiple sessions, the sides met to hammer out an agreement. At the end of the day, the sides were still a ways apart on multiple items.
With no agreement being made, Article 25 of the contract goes into effect.
TERM OF AGREEMENT
3. In the event the parties fail to reach a mutual agreement on such proposed changes or amendments by the annual expiration or renewal date, the Agreement will be extended for a period of sixty (60) calendar days to allow for further negotiations.
Both sides have agreed to put more dates on the calendar to further the negotiation process.
Please visit the union hall or contact your Business Rep with any questions.
LOCAL UNION 111
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS
VINC PERRY-ELLIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
This is the announcement of the IBEW, Local Union 111 Vinc Perry-Ellis Scholarship. There will be six (6) scholarships of $1,500 each for active members and for children or spouses of active members. Retired Members (Grandparents), who now find themselves raising a grandchild in their home, have been included for eligibility of the Vinc Perry-Ellis Scholarship, and must meet outlined criteria (Members' dependents must be at least graduating high school seniors).
There will also be two (2) scholarships for active Traffic Signal Apprentices and two (2) scholarships for active Apprentices in the WCJATC, due to a very generous contribution made on behalf of Brother Frank Harshman, who passed away. The Local Union Executive Board approved to increase the awards from six (6) to ten (10). Therefore, the Traffic Signal Apprentices and the WCJATC Apprentices will be included and eligible to submit essays for consideration.
IBEW, Local Union 111 Member, operating an E-tank.
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The Supreme Court blocked the OSHA ETS standard for Covid Vaccines and testing. The Supreme Court held that those challenging the ETS were likely to succeed on their argument that OSHA lacked the authority to promulgate the ETS. As the Court explained, under the law, OSHA is empowered to “set workplace safety standards, not broad public health measures”.
Upcoming Events Women Of The IBEW
Jun 12, 20235965 E 39th Ave Denver CO 80207
Unit #1 Construction Meeting
Jun 13, 2023IBEW Local 111 5965 E 39th Ave Denver CO 80207
Unit 17B PSCO Ft. St. Vrain
Jun 13, 2023
Unit #1F Outside Construction Grand Junction
Jun 20, 2023Grand Junction Office 786 Grand Valley Court Grand Junction, CO
PSCO Combined Meeting
Jun 20, 2023IBEW Local 111 5965 E 39th Ave Denver CO 80207