Applications are handed out every third Tuesday of the month from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Boilermakers Local 154 Union Hall. Applicants must appear in person, no later than noon, with a valid photo ID and must be 18 years of age or older.
The MOST Programs – Mobilization, Optimization, Stabilization and Training – are designed to increase the skill levels of all Boilermakers, and provide value to the Owners and Contractors who employ them. Since its inception, MOST Programs have resulted in a 90% reduction in OSHA recordable injuries. The 17 programs that comprise MOST were developed and designed specifically for the Boilermaker trade and are categorized in one of four dedicated components based on their intent.
Common Arc Testing
The Common Arc Welder Performance Qualification Program gives our Boilermaker Employers access to pre-certified welders in compliance with the A.S.M.E. Section 1X Welding Code.
Common Arc updates are conducted the first Monday of each month at 1:00p.m. If the welding school is closed, call the hall for the alternate date.
The Boilermakers Local 154 LEAP Committee conducts programs to ensure that members and their families are informed on legislative issues that relate to the union, are registered to vote, and vote in all elections. At the same time, working to defeat anti-labor initiatives. The LEAP Committee endorses the introduction and passage of legislation that will benefit working Americans and their families. The Local 154 LEAP Committee is appointed by the Business Manager.