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What's New at IUEC 18
The only recruitment for all of Southern California including San Diego information is above under Jobs/Apprenticeship Read More...
Please check under the jobs/apprenticeship header to find out when and where Local 18's recruitment will be held. Read More...
Tis the season
Vacations Article XII (d) An employee with less than five (5) years of service must take all accumulated vacation up to fifteen (15) days in a calendar year. An employee with more than five (5) years of service must take all accumulated vacation, up to twenty (20) days in a calendar year. Read More...
Proposed Local 18 Dues Restructuring Video

The video presentation given by IUEC Local 18 Business Manager, Tony Gazzaniga, about the proposed dues restructuring has been posted in the IMPORTANT UPDATES area of the website. Please take the time to watch the video, and let other members know that the video is on the site.

You must have a login to the Local 18 website to view the video. If you currently are not registered with the site, you can do so here. Your login will be queued for approval after it is submitted.


Brothers and Sisters,

Hearing a lot of rumblings about the hall not sending apprentices to certain companies. Let me make this perfectly clear, the companies request man power off the list, we do not pick people off the list. There are currently 40 plus apprentices on the list and over 50 mechanics willing to accept the position as an assistant mechanic. If you are being told that the hall is not dispatching tell them to pound sand. We have plenty of manpower for the work out there they just do not want to utilize it. Every brother and sister deserves the right to go to work, to put food on our tables and to have health insurance. It is what all of you would expect. Next time you hear a rumor about the lack of manpower, tell your boss to call the hall and get the current out of work list. If you were on the list you would expect your brothers and sisters to do this for you.

Or better yet come to the next union meeting and find out the truth! From the NOT for PROFIT union.

Remember these are the same people that would like to give your work away to building engineers, would like you to sit and babysit while someone else does your work on the cab interiors or the cab flooring, the same companies that say you are not qualified to cut and cope machine beams, or that you cannot hoist and rig a machine.

Nominations for Gold Card

The Following members name shall appear before the next regular meeting for consideration for their Gold Cards: Gerald T. Slater #86908 & Galen E. Judd #81047.


Brothers and Sisters,

Local 18 regrets to inform you of the passing of Brother Robert L. Miller. #86122, Honorary Larry R. Kerns #70372.

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