IBEW 584 Member News
Check out what IBEW 584 members are up to on the jobsite, in the community, and more:
Dallas-based Morely Moss Signs Letter of Assent
Morely Moss, a Texas electrical contracting company, has signed with IBEW 584 and will be looking to use our union workforce on upcoming projects in this jurisdiction.
IBEW 584 Signs New Contractor
Brother Eric Wilkins, second from right, has been a Local 584 member since 1994 -- and today he signed on with us as a contractor.
Please give a warm welcome to our newest signatory contractor, Angler Electrical Services.
Tulsa World Profile: 'All aglow: Time-honored neon still resonates in advertising industry'
Claude Neon is one of our signatory contractors – check out this cool profile in the Monday April, 17 issue of the Tulsa World.
Photo used under a Creative Commons license from Flickr user Jonas Bengtsson.
IBEW 584 Apprentice of the Year: JW License ‘Something You Can Be Proud Of’
Fifth year Local 584 apprentice KJ Payton shares his story about how he joined the IBEW, and why – after years of doing less-secure, lower-paying work – he’s excited to top out and move up the ladder of his new career.
Tulsa JATC Expansion Offers Increased Training Opportunities
Just a few months after the newly-remodeled Tulsa JATC opened its doors, apprentices and instructors are making use of added technologies, hands-on training modules, and an improved classroom experience.
IBEW 584 Brothers Receive Service Pins
At our Christmas party on Dec. 10, we were happy to award service pins to several outstanding Brothers who demonstrate the best our Union has to offer on the jobsite and in the community.
Pictured left to right: Don Andrews, 40 years of service; Jack Anderson, 40 years of service; Tom Emmons, 10 years of service; John Bell, 40 years of service; Roger Canada, 45 years of service; Paul Hudson, 50 years of service; James Dillard, 15 years of service; Kris Gomez, 15 years of service; and Rik Pitts, 20 years of service.
If you see any of these Brothers on the job, around the Hall, or at Union events, please offer them a well-deserved "congratulations" for a job well-done.
IBEW 584 Brother Andrew Shubin: Unions Key to Good Economy
Wages. Right-to-work. Engaging more workers. All of these issues matter to IBEW members in Oklahoma.
At the recent Young Workers Conference in Stillwater, Local 584 Brother Andrew Shubin talked about his experiences in a non-RTW state vs. Oklahoma, and why he thinks conferences like these can help inspire more Brothers and Sisters to mobilize for the middle class.
Tulsa IBEW Powers Up New Costco Project
IBEW Local 584 electricians built south Tulsa's new Costco. It was the first retail job of its kind for the local in many years.
New Grant Helps IBEW Apprentices with Costs
At $22 per hour in wages and benefits, IBEW apprentices find themselves in solid financial shape at the end of their first year. And while there is an initial cost for tools and books, Local 584 has found a way to help members with these out-of-pocket expenses while they start their new careers in the trade.
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Page Last Updated: May 23, 2017 (07:52:15)