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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TRAINING UPDATE 
March 13, 2015  

Gas Service Level 1 Course
- Introduction to electrical control circuitry
- Understanding and application of Series and parallel circuits for controls
- Interpretation of Control wiring Diagrams
- Ladder diagrams for HVAC equipment
- Applied use of voltage, current and resistance instruments and meters
- Understanding and application of Transformers
- Understanding and application of Fuses and circuit breakers
- Understanding and application of Relays and contractors
- Understanding Temperature Controls and Safety Controls
- E-Hazard electrical workplace safety (8 hours)
 
May 16 & 17, 23 & 24, 2015
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
402 Solomon Dr., Regina, SK
 
To Register:
Call the Training Office at 306-651-3737 or
Fax them at 306-651-3466 or
E-mail them at skppin@sasktel.net
 
 

 

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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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Local News

TRAINING UPDATE 
March 13, 2015  

Gas Service Level 1 Course
- Introduction to electrical control circuitry
- Understanding and application of Series and parallel circuits for controls
- Interpretation of Control wiring Diagrams
- Ladder diagrams for HVAC equipment
- Applied use of voltage, current and resistance instruments and meters
- Understanding and application of Transformers
- Understanding and application of Fuses and circuit breakers
- Understanding and application of Relays and contractors
- Understanding Temperature Controls and Safety Controls
- E-Hazard electrical workplace safety (8 hours)
 
May 16 & 17, 23 & 24, 2015
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
402 Solomon Dr., Regina, SK
 
To Register:
Call the Training Office at 306-651-3737 or
Fax them at 306-651-3466 or
E-mail them at skppin@sasktel.net
 
 

 

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