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7 hrs ago | Electric Energy Online
On Monday, Aug, 25, leaders of the Joseph M. Farley Nuclear Plant and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers signed a new five-year contract effective Aug. 15. "I commend the leadership of the IBEW for helping to establish an environment of mutual respect necessary for the development of an agreement beneficial to our employees and the ... (more)
12 hrs ago | Electric Energy Online
This year marks the third annual Florida Lineworker Appreciation Day. This annual day of recognition, Aug. 26, was established in 2011, by the Florida House of Representatives to honor lineworkers who are committed to delivering safe, reliable power.
16 hrs ago | Behind The Steel Curtain
The Pittsburgh Steelers are a team with young depth at a lot of positions. One of those positions would be the defensive line, and could be why the organization hasn't released anyone along the defensive front through the first cuts of the day.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that Matt Gorrell doesn't fit the mold of a typical nose guard.
Utility supplies: It's that time of year again with classes starting up for electrician apprentices across the country.
Starting next year, a new training center in Los Angeles will offer union electricians special instruction in topics that relate to renewable energy and net-zero buildings.
PaPreps will be releasing our 2014 pre-season All-State team on August 27. The team will consist of some of players that we think will be among the best when it's all said and done.
The Oregon Ducks will have a handful of true freshmen on their roster when they open up the season next week against South Dakota.
Apprentices train in the IBEW motor controls lab. Applicants to the apprenticeship program mus pass an algebra test.
A union electrician prepares to plug in a refrigerated container in this August 2012 photo at the Port of Portland's Terminal 6. The jobs were disputed by the Port, the electrical workers and the longshore unon in a dispute that eventually involved the current and former Oregon governors.
After years of playing catch-up with the rest of the Southeastern Conference, Tennessee's defense finally is getting up to speed.
Jason McClure envisioned retiring in New Smyrna Beach after finishing a long career as an electrical lineman for the city's Utilities Commission.
Safety products: Greenlee announces that electrical training centers nationwide have begun receiving new program materials and equipment as part of its partnership with the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee .
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 06:39 pm
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