International Announces 2018 Scholarship Program

The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers has announced details surrounding the 2018 Scholarship Program. Dependents of Boilermaker members are eligible for scholarships totaling $50,000. Each year, the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers gives scholarships to dependents of members, both in Canada ($12,000) and in the US ($38,000). Boilermaker scholarships are open to high school seniors who will […]

February 2018 Common Arc, Rigging and Code Training Announced

Local Lodge 237 will be hosting Common Arc, Rigging Modules 1-4, and The Boilermaker Code Training in the month of February. Anyone that wishes to participate in the upcoming training must contact the Union Hall no later than February 2, 2017. Anyone who wishes to be dispatched to work must have a current MOST drug […]

2017 Scholarship Program Announced

The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers recently announced the 2017 Scholarship Program. Dependents of Boilermaker members are eligible for scholarships of up to $5,000. Each year, the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers gives a total of $50,000 worth of scholarships to dependents of members, both in Canada ($12,000) and in the US ($38,000). Boilermaker scholarships are open […]

Election Watch: Clinton vows to put Coal Companies out of Business

During Sunday night’s Ohio town hall – which aired on CNN – Hillary Clinton said her policies would “put a lot coal miners and coal companies out of business.” Please take a moment to watch the clip here:  

March 2016 Training

During the month of March, Local Lodge 237 will be conducting the following training for its members: Rigging Modules 1-4 OSHA 5 hour refresher OSHA 10 OSHA 30 The Boilermaker Code Training The OSHA Training will begin on Monday March 14, 2016 at 5:00pm; with the Rigging Modules and The Boilermaker Code Training as follows: […]

Solemn Anniversary

Today marks the 16th anniversary of the passing of Lodge 237 members Kevin Winslow and Wayne Most. The two Boilermaker Apprentices tragically lost their lives during a construction accident at the Milford Power Co. Said Business Manager Christoper J. O’Neill: “On this solemn anniversary, we remember our fallen brothers as we reflect on our cherished […]

New MOST Drug Testing Policy to Take Effect August 31, 2015

The MOST Board of Trustees have amended the Drug Policy to include annual testing. This new policy will take effect on August 31, 2015. Anyone eligible for referral on the MBDS who does not comply with the new policy by that date will move to the ineligible list until a negative drug screen has been […]

Meeting Rescheduled – CPV Towantic Discussed at March 18 Naugatuck Town Meeting

With impending weather complications, the town of Naugatuck has rescheduled a Town Meeting to Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 6:00 PM to discuss not granting a water discharge permit for CPV’s proposed 800 megawatt combined cycle power plant in Oxford. The original amount of discharge was 150,000 gallons a day. After the addition of air […]

Attendance Requested at CT Prevailing Wage & Unemployment Hearing

On Tuesday night, February 24, 2015 at 6:00 P.M. the Connecticut State Legislature Labor Committee will be holding a public hearing for the purpose of receiving testimony on legislation that is being proposed this year to change the prevailing wage and unemployment compensation laws in the State of Connecticut. Some of these changes include enacting […]