CAMBRIDGE AND THE CITY OF BOSTON NOW REQUIRES NFPA HOT WORKS TRAINING.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR ONSITE TRAINING PROGRAM PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT:
781-769-1877 OR EMAIL JOHNKILDUFF AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Feeney, a former Foxboro Selectman and member of IBEW Local 2222, won the special election for the Bristol and Norfolk District State Senate seat. Paul succeeds Senator James Timilty who became the Norfolk County Treasurer. Paul’s won the election with 6,982 votes, or 47 percent. Republican Jacob Ventura received 6,405, or 43 percent. Independent Joe Shortsleeve of Medfield won 1,357 votes, or 9 percent.
Paul’s victory will bring a progressive labor friendly voice to the State Senate. He is up for re-election in November 2018.
IUOE Local 877 has endorsed Paul Feeney for State Senate for Bristol and Norfolk district.
A great friend of labor !
See below there will be a fundraiser on August 31 at 8 AM
See where else you can help by clicking on link below
Effective March 27, 2017, programs previously under the purview of the Department of Public Safety have been transferred to the Department of Fire Services and the Office of Public Safety and Inspections within the Division of Professional Licensure. As a result of this legislative change, the respective agencies are in the process of transitioning information over to their new website locations.
There is new required training for Hot work permits. We have Trainers available that are NFPA certified. Please contact the office or email training email@example.com . The cost is $40.00 per member. If you are currently active in the Local 877 training fund these costs will be covered by the fund.