As part of our ongoing effort to keep members and staffers safe and healthy during the COVID 19 outbreak, access to our union hall and dispatch office are limited to the hours of 7am-9am, and 1pm-5pm. Temperature checks will be administered to all visitors and staff before being admitted into the union hall. Face coverings… [Read More]
California Work has slowly increased over the past month as COVID 19 restrictions have lifted a little. One of the restrictions removed was the 14-day self-quarantine of individuals who’ve travelled by air, domestic or internationally. It is possible that restrictions could be reinstated depending on PG&E and local government guidelines. Face coverings are still required… [Read More]
Outside line dispatch operating hours: 7am – 9am and 1pm – 4:30pm Application requests received after 4:30 pm will be sent out the next business day FACE COVERS ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER THE UNION HALL. UPDATE: Effective Monday, August 17th, nobody may enter the IBEW 1245 union hall unless their temperature has been taken by… [Read More]
It’s with great sorrow that we announce the passing of two IBEW members — IBEW Local 676 Journeyman Lineman Jimmy Wasdin, age 41, and IBEW Local 1245 Fourth Step Apprentice Lineman Travis Shull, age 29 — who lost their lives in a workplace accident near Fairfield, CA on June 2, 2020. Details are still emerging,… [Read More]
5-year IBEW 1245 member Bernard Ware, who works as a journeyman lineman for Alvah Contractors, describes his experience as an essential worker on the job during the COVID-19 pandemic.
IBEW 1245 Outside Construction Gas and Electric Inspectors have voted overwhelmingly to approve their respective tentative agreements. Electric Inspector Agreement YES 142 NO 3 Gas Inspector Agreement YES 67 NO 0 View the official vote tally here.
Twenty-six year IBEW 1245 member John Trunnell has won the IBEW 1245 quarterly photo contest! His winning image depicts a Hotline Construction crew at work in Rancho Cordova. Ordinarily, Brother Trunnell would be invited to the spring Advisory Council meeting so that the union leadership can recognize him and present him with his $500 in… [Read More]
WORK PICTURE California The first couple of months of 2020 started a little slower, compared to what had become the norm for 2019. The work plan wasn’t where is should have been with most of the work to begin to pick up after the first quarter, and the COVID -19 pandemic has put a lot… [Read More]