Sunday October 7, 2001
Hiring Hall statistics for the week ending October 6th: 81 ironworkers were dispatched. 9 rows on the out of work list.
Please call dispatch for a replacement when your apprentice is called to school. A group of apprentices completed class on Friday and are ready to go back to work.
Hiring Hall at a glance:
Dispatches were issued to the following companies at the listed projects.
Monday morning at dispatch there will be a need for two rodmen, two rebar foreman and two structural hands.Check out the work orders page or option 4 on the phone menu for details on job listings. 206.248.4246 or 888.212.6252
Be prepared to show Dues Receipt, DFWP, OSHA, Riggers and WABO Certifications at time of dispatch as required per project. Rick Rollins is in Harborview Hospital after a fall Thursday afternoon. He has two broken wrists, a fractured forehead, multiple stitches and contusions. He was working for NW Steel Erectors at the Schnitzer Building in Bothell. Rick is scheduled to go home tomorrow after the hard casts are applied.
Louie McDowell broke his leg and fractured his ankle Monday working for Apex Steel at the US Post Office Seattle. He is resting at home awaiting further surgery. Louie's leg is being held in proper position by a halo like device screwed to the bones.
Remember these brothers in your prayers.
Next Union meeting: Thursday, October 18th at the Seattle Labor Temple, 2800 1st Ave, 7pm.
Next Sign In Day is Wednesday, November 7th between the hours of 7&9am. Fax or Email the evening of Tuesday the 6th to insure arrival in the office.
Send me your email address if you would like to receive online weekly reports and bulletins.
If you have any questions or if I can be of assistance, please call or email. During business hours, 7 am - 4 pm: 206.248.4246, other times cell 206.510.2327, Email email@example.com.
T.E.R.O. = Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance