A REPRESENTATIVE FROM GLOBAL BENEFITS WILL BE DISCUSSING THE CHANGES MADE TO THE PENSION IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE MEETING ...... OUR NEXT MEETING IS THE NOV GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2017 AT 11:00AM AT THE UA LOCAL 179 UNION HALL, 402 SOLOMON DR., REGINA.

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Mission Statement

United Association Local 179’s objective is to represent all workers in the plumbing and pipefitting industry and to work together as partners with our contractors to provide the highest standards of quality workmanship and production for their clients in the Province of Saskatchewan..

Mission Statement Background

On September 1, 1906 the United Association issued the charter for Local 179. This charter charges the membership of Local 179 with the obligation to protect the trade jurisdiction of the United Association in the plumbing and pipefitting industry in the Province of Saskatchewan and to extend the influence of the United Association to embrace all individuals employed in the plumbing and pipefitting industry in Saskatchewan.

To achieve this goal we must supply our contractors with highly skilled and dedicated tradesmen committed to providing the highest standards of quality workmanship and production. We must work together as partners with our contractors to make them the preferred choice with the clients. We must use creative and innovative strategies to bring all piping trade workers in Saskatchewan into the United Association.

It is through these actions that we will be able to achieve the benefits we rightfully deserve as fair compensation for our labour. These benefits include job security, health and welfare benefits, a living wage, a safe working environment, and a comfortable pension. We will only have achieved our mission when every individual in the Province of Saskatchewan who earns their living by working in the plumbing or pipefitting industry is a member of the United Association.

 

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  UA Local 179
402 Solomon Drive
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4N 5A8
Tel: 306-569-0624
Fax: 306-781-8052
Toll Free:1-877-893-2179 (in Saskatchewan only)
Call Out Line: 306-569-3641
Email: mail@ualocal79.ca
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Mission Statement

United Association Local 179’s objective is to represent all workers in the plumbing and pipefitting industry and to work together as partners with our contractors to provide the highest standards of quality workmanship and production for their clients in the Province of Saskatchewan..

Mission Statement Background

On September 1, 1906 the United Association issued the charter for Local 179. This charter charges the membership of Local 179 with the obligation to protect the trade jurisdiction of the United Association in the plumbing and pipefitting industry in the Province of Saskatchewan and to extend the influence of the United Association to embrace all individuals employed in the plumbing and pipefitting industry in Saskatchewan.

To achieve this goal we must supply our contractors with highly skilled and dedicated tradesmen committed to providing the highest standards of quality workmanship and production. We must work together as partners with our contractors to make them the preferred choice with the clients. We must use creative and innovative strategies to bring all piping trade workers in Saskatchewan into the United Association.

It is through these actions that we will be able to achieve the benefits we rightfully deserve as fair compensation for our labour. These benefits include job security, health and welfare benefits, a living wage, a safe working environment, and a comfortable pension. We will only have achieved our mission when every individual in the Province of Saskatchewan who earns their living by working in the plumbing or pipefitting industry is a member of the United Association.

 

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