United union of roofers waterproofers and allied workers
United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers & Allied Workers
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Roofers Local Note: with tax season here, members may want to take advantage of IRS support info for new and small business. Click the logo to access this information. The Roofers join with the IBEW, United Association, Asbestos Workers, the Painters and other building trades unions in adopting a program designed to assist their signatory contractors in becoming more competitive in the unionized construction industry. Roofs have been necessary since our ancestors first stepped out of their caves and began building shelters using indigenous materials. While our modern-day coverings have come a long way from thatched roofs of grass and twigs, the principle remains the same -- skilled craftsmen use their talents to provide lasting shelter and protection. From these beginnings, the two unions functioned independently but cooperatively for 13 years.
If you are 18 years old and live in St. Louis, Western or Southwestern Illinois, or Eastern Missouri, and are interested in learning more about roofing and waterproofing, the Local No. Learn more about the benefits of a Local No. If you like working outdoors, in a team environment, at a rewarding job, then you may enjoy the environment and the challenge of work as a Roofer and Waterproofer. Our roofing apprenticeship program lets you earn money while you learn the trade of roofing and waterproofing. Upon completion of the Local No. If after reading the above information, a career as a roofer and waterproofer appeals to you, contact the United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers Local No.
Local 11 Union of Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers represents workers rights in all segments of the roofing and waterproofing industry. Promoting skilled craftsmen and women through Apprenticeship Training. Local 11 members are trained in the application of the latest roofing and waterproofing products. The Executive Board of Local 11 would like to announce that the Roofer's International Union and the United Association have formed an affiliation with each other. This affiliation will help create a stronger presence for the Roofer's and Waterproofers Union in the future.
The Department of Labor Has issued new rules regarding Harassment in Apprenticeship Programs, this rule appplies to all persons involved with Apprenticeship, including but not limited to, Instructors, Supervisors, Foreman, Journeymen, co-workers etc. Please follow link to video. The New Collective Bargaining Agreements are now available at the Union Hall only members may obtain a copy and only one copy per member. Send us a message or call us to sign up for a scheduled training session. All inquiries will be responded to within 48 hours.
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