International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers - Local 82
6550 Poe Ave      Dayton, OH 45414      937.898.4239

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January 10-16 and July 10-16

Effective January 1st short calls will change to 14 calendar days. For more information on resign or if you are interested in working out of town, please call:
Johnny Morris (937) 898-4239
or 1 (888) 568-8282

If working out of town, make sure you are registered in the ERTS system.

Current Drug Card Is Needed To Take A Job Call.

IBEW Electricians Local 82 Hall of Fame
Nominations accepted Jan. thru June each year.  Forms available at the Hall.

Retirees Club

2017 Union Meeting Dates

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Fire Alarm License

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Local 82 H&W (648) Annual Health Fair

Local 82 Annual Health Fair

Retirees Christmas Party

Children's Christmas Party



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See photos from our 100th Anniversary event

OSHA Fines to Rise for First Time Since 1990
by Alexander Berzon, Nov.3, 2015

Even after expected increase of up to about 80%, workplace-safety fines to be tiny compared to those issued by other agencies.

Federal penalties for workplace-safety violations were increased this week for the first time since 1990, thanks to a little-noticed provision of the budget bill signed into law by President Barack Obama.

The move would bring the fines in line with inflation over the past 25 years. In the future, fines from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration and state workplace-safety agencies would continue to rise with inflation.

Still, even after an expected increase of as much as roughly 80%, OSHA fines will remain tiny compared to those issued by many other regulatory agencies, such as the Environmental Protection Agency. The new fines are due to be set some time next year.

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The Union Plus Mortgage
provided by Chase, makes buying a home easy and affordable. Active/retired members, their parents and children are eligible.

Low Rates
$500 Union plus First-time buyer Award
$495 savings in closing costs
Mortgage Assistance Program

If you worked at a Department of Energy (DOE) or Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) you may be eligible for a free medical screening program to determine if your health was affected by your work. Click here for more info.


If you are injured at work, please submit an Accident Report and contact Safety Director, Paul Chaney at 937.673.5114 or by email

Click here to download an Accident Report

Charles Toon Scholarships
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