Local 60 is more committed than ever in promoting legislation and supporting our local political leaders to improving the quality of life for all working families and for workers rights. For over 100 years Local 60 has been committed to our members and community and will be there for our future generations.
Curtis L. Mezzic
Ronald R. Rosser
United Association Member
Local Union 60 is a member of the United Association, which is a democratic organization comprised of Journeymen and Apprentices in every phase of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting industry.
Local 60 and its members are committed to helping the community grow. We do our part by participating in community events and lending a helping hand when needed.
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Apprentice Training Program
The Plumbers and Steamfitters JATC has a training program consisting of classroom instruction (Two nights per week, two semester per year) and on the job training. Apprentices earn raises every six months through completion of courses and excelling in job performance. Upon successful completion of the five-year program, the Apprentices become Journeyman as Plumbers, Pipefitters, or HVACR Service Technicians. (All licenses and certifications are obtained prior to completion.)
NOTICE OF HIRING AND REFERRAL PROCEDURE
THIS NOTICE OF HIRING AND REFERRAL PROCEDURE IS BEING PLACED ON UNION’S BULLETIN BOARD IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL LAW. DO NOT REMOVE OR DEFACE.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2013 OR THEREAFTER, AS INDICATED, THE FOLLOWING CHANGES WILL BE MADE TO THE HIRING HALL PROCEDURE:
SECTION 3: A journeyman having been laid-off should register at Hiring Hall the following work day. All registrations must be done in person between 7:30 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. by filling out an Out-of-Work slip and signing Dispatcher’s Book. (Companies shall supply an official termination slip or letter of termination on company stationary.) Effective January 1, 2013, only plumbers that have a current Louisiana State Plumbing License may register on the ‘Plumbers’ Out-of-Work list and only welders that have a current UA 21 welding certification may register on the ‘Welders’ Out-of-Work list. When two (2) or more registrants of a respective craft report in on the same date, there shall be a drawing for numbered places on their respective craft’s Out-of-Work list for that date. SECTION 7: If, after registering Out-of-Work, a journeyman fails to accept a work referral on three (3) separate occasions within ninety (90) days, not including ‘Not for Rehire,’ or fails to accept a work referral in the next 365 calendar days, his name shall be removed from the list. At his convenience, he may re-register. SECTION 9: Any registrant who accepts a work referral and fails to comply with the contractor’s initial hiring procedures and/or policy shall be placed at the bottom of the Out-of-Work list.
Pension Plan Notice to Interested Parties
The Board of Trustees of the Plumbers and Pipefitters National Pension Plan (“Plan”) will submit a periodic application to the Internal Revenue Service requesting a determination that the Plan remains a qualified plan within the Internal Revenue Code.
ALL LOUISIANA MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES URGED TO UPDATE THEIR PLANS BEFORE DECEMBER 7, 2016
Volunteers in field now across Louisiana to make sure Medicare beneficiaries getting the right coverage
The Louisiana Senior Rx/Aging and Disability Resource Centers, a free counseling service offered in coordination with the Governor’s Office of Elderly Affairs, is encouraging all Medicare beneficiaries to update their coverage plans before December 7, 2016.
“Your needs change as you age. Why shouldn’t your Medicare coverage change? Let us make sure you are enrolled in the right program that meets your care and prescription needs, and that you are getting all the benefits for which you are eligible,” said ADRC Program Manager Sharon Buchert.
Medicare enrollees should contact the ADRC in their area to get free money-saving advice and review the three best coverage plans for their needs. To make that possible, coordinators will need your Medicare card, proof of income, list of prescriptions with dosages, and a statement of what you spent on drugs during the last year, according to Ms. Buchert.
“We review your deductibles, premiums, coverage and extra help that may be available to you,” said Ms. Buchert. She said the program will let each beneficiary review the top three options for their health needs, and choose the best plan.
“Louisiana Aging and Disability Resource Centers and their partners are in the field now,” said Ms. Buchert. “To get the extra help, let us help you apply.”
Participating ADRCs can be found at www.louisianaanswers.com or by calling these areas:
Caddo 800 256-3003
Cajun 800 738-2256
Calcasieu 800 223 5872
Capital 800 280 0908
CENLA 800 454-9573
Jefferson 800 635-1437
Orleans 888 922-8522
Terrebonne 800 353-3265
Statewide 877 340-9100
See a public service announcement for your area here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq-Fqy0MxKxYrU-usWIkGAQ