Annual Insulators Local #2 5K Walk/Run for Mesothelioma

Local Insulators 2 prides itself on the safety measures for ensuring workplace health and safety in exposure to asbestos and other hazard risks while on the job. On Sunday, October 13, 2019, Insulators Local 2 is raising awareness and promoting advocacy for Mesothelioma by inviting the community for its annual 5K walk and run at the North Park Boat House, 303 […]

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Suncoast Pier Marks USA’s 200th Work Boots on the Ground Project

Spring Hill, Tenn. — The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) celebrated the completion of its 200th Work Boots on the Ground (WBG) project this week as union volunteers put the final touches on a new wheelchair-accessible boardwalk and fishing pier at the Suncoast Youth Conservation Center (SYCC) in Apollo Beach, Florida.   The multi-year, collaborative effort gives thousands of […]

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Insulators Local 2 is #UnionProud to Fight for Our Apprenticeship Rights!

Having one’s voice heard in the union is a fundamental right. Career professionals are the backbone of the construction industry, and apprenticeship programs, like Insulators Local 2, stem from the success of hands-on training, personalized mentoring and benefits that help union members thrive in the workplace.  The Construction Employers of America (CEA) says, “Contractors and […]

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IIIATF Administrator Announced

A letter from General President McCourt to all International Officers and Local Union Business Managers and Training Coordinators: Insulation Industry International Apprentice and Training Fund (IIIATF) Administrator Thomas A. Haun announced during the 2019 Combined Local Union Officers Meeting/Joint Apprenticeship Conference/Master Apprentice Competition of his retirement slated for December of 2020. Following the announcement, the […]

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Local 94 praised for color PVC project

Brothers from HFIAW Local 94 completed a colorful project at the Francis Tuttle Technology Center in Oklahoma City. Members did such a masterful job on the colored PVC project, that it was publicized on the front page of The Oklahoman newspaper earlier this year.

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