Safety Resources – Construction Stops COVID

Safety Resources – Construction Stops COVID

 

Heat & Frost Insulators Local 6 encourages members, and all Construction Stops COVID partners and allies, to take a few minutes and watch the following presentation on workplace safety, mandates, resources, and best practices by Dr. Margaret Bourdeaux of Harvard Medical School.

We also encourage you to share this presentation widely with your friends, families, and personal and professional networks to help beat COVID-19 and protect our communities this winter.

Construction Stops COVID: Workplace Safety, Mandates, Resources, and Best Practices Discussion w/ Dr. Margaret Bourdeaux, Harvard Medical School

Thank You for Helping Support Our Veterans!

Thank You for Helping Support Our Veterans!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for MassBTC’s annual celebration honoring the Helmets to Hardhats veterans career pathway program!

The MA building trades unions and union contractors are proud to have raised nearly $40,000 for this model program, which changes the lives of veterans across our city, state, and nation, by allowing them to transfer their skills into new family-sustaining careers in the union building trades.

Jim Lister, Business Manager/Financial Secretary, and Business Agent Jeff Saliba were proud to attend the November 9th event and donate $1,000 on behalf of Local 6. Lister and Saliba were joined by union member Sal Gentile who benefitted from the Helmets to Hardhats program.

At Local 6, we understand that it is through events like these that we support workers from every background as they embark on family-sustaining careers in the union construction trades, including women, people of color, and returning veterans.

Election Day Tomorrow – Important Information

Election Day Tomorrow – Important Information

Election Day is tomorrow!

Cast your vote for candidates who will support and foster New England’s building boom, creating good union jobs and building a Boston that works for all. These candidates include Annissa Essaibi George for Mayor of Boston, and Bridget Nee-Walsh and Erin Murphy for City Council.

Make sure to make your plan to vote tomorrow:

  • Click here to find your polling location.
  • Polls are open in all precincts from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Voters who are in line when polls are closed at 8 p.m. must be allowed to vote.
  • You may be asked to show identification when you check-in. Bring one just in case!
    • Acceptable identification must include your name and the address at which you are registered to vote. Examples of acceptable identification include: a driver’s license, state-issued ID card, recent utility bill, rent receipt, lease, a copy of a voter registration affidavit, or any other printed identification which contains the voter’s name and address.
Thank you for doing your part to fight for working families, and helping build a Boston that works for all. Together, we can make sure our voices are heard at every level of government.