Phone: 541-664-0800

IBEW Local 659
Paused
Thank you Ryan Smith racing for supporting our great Local! Ryan is a Journeyman Wireman, PEC.
2019 Local Union 659 Union Picnic and Bounce House Fun for the kids
Games for all ages
The littles just wanted to play in the hay.
Mom, look what I found!
More games
Horseshoe tournament
LU 659 Merchandise and Raffle Tent
Thank Lane County Unit for hosting a wonderful picnic
Grub is ready!!
what a spread
Come and get it
Yummy
Warren "Neel" Michael receiving his 50 year service pin
Lyle Johnson receiving his 50 year service pin
Stanley Wheeler receiving his 50 year service pin
Union camaraderie
Raffles
Thank you LU 659 Picnic Sponsors
2019 Unit Conference attendees
LU 659 Executive Board and Staff
Vicki Williamson retiring from LU 659.
2019 Shop Steward/Utility Conference
2019 Shop Steward/Utility Conference
LU 659 members & Staff supporting our Brothers and Sisters at the City of Canyonville!

 Office Hours

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Closed from 12:00-1:00 for lunch

Code of Exellence
Feb 11, 2009

The IBEW Code of Excellence is IBEW construction members demonstrating pride in membership and instilled craftsmanship by leaving impressions of productivity and quality workmanship on every project we perform. It is IBEW members:

  • Performing the highest quality and quantity of work.
  • Utilizing skills and abilities to the maximum.
  • Exercising safe and productive work practices.

The IBEW Code of Excellence is the IBEW construction members building a job right the first time, bringing it to completion on schedule and under budget, thus prompting our customers to again employ the IBEW on future projects.

The IBEW Code of Excellence is IBEW construction members collectively subscribing to, and pursuing, a higher standard of work ethics.

The IBEW Code of Excellence proclaims to all that IBEW construction members will:

Come to work on time,fit for duty and ready to work.

Obey recognized customer and employer work rules.

Demonstrate zero tolerance for alcohol and substance abuse.

Exercise proper safety, health and sanitation practices.

 

Own up to "8 for 8" and be on the job unless otherwise allowed or authorized to leave.

Follow safe, reasonable and legitimate management directives.

 

Encourage respect for customers rights and property, as well as, for others on the job.

exercise the skills and abilities of the trade.

Care for tools and equipment provided by the employer.

Eliminate waste and other forms of properly destruction, including graffiti.

Limit lunch and break times to allocated periods; adhere to start and quit times.

Leave inappropriate behavior to those of lessor knowledge.

Employ the properer tool for the job and maintain personal tool responsibilities.

Not solicit funds or sell merchandise without the business managers approval.

Curtail idle time and/or pursuit of personal business on the job, including cell phone use.

Expel job disruptions and refuse to engage in slowdowns or activities designed to extend the job or create overtime or any other conduct that would cast the IBEW in bad light.




Page Last Updated: Mar 02, 2009 (16:13:00)
<< June 2019 >>
S M T W T F S
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30
UnionActive Newswire
 
Join the Newswire!
Updated: Jun. 26 (13:00)

Contract Update
Charlotte Area Local APWU
Local 965 Member Needs Our Help
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 965
Old Globe Festival Stage M.E. Position is Now Open
International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, It's territories and Canada, AFL-CIO, CLC, Local 122 - San Diego
Take Me Out To The Ball Game!
Teamsters Local 776
Mercy Flight Membership Renewal Time
IBEW Local 659
Union Leaders Criticize Precision Scheduled Railroading
Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen
 
     
-
  • IBEW Local 659

    Copyright © 2019. All Rights Reserved.

    Powered By UnionActive



  • Top of Page image