Local 575 Out of Work Registration and Resign Policy
Applicants must initially
register on the “out-of-work” list in person during normal work hours, 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (holidays excluded). To be eligible to sign
and stay registered on the “out of work list”, you can
neither be employed under our collective bargaining
agreement nor be employed doing work that is determined to be
Davis-Bacon (Federal Prevailing Wage for construction
projects) within our jurisdiction.
Registrants must renew
their application on January 10th
through January 16th of
each year, by any one of the following methods, to remain on the out-of-work
- if it falls on a holiday when the office is closed, the day before or the
firstname.lastname@example.org (with full name, local
number, and original registration date in the “subject” box), or go to our
to: IBEW LOCAL 575, P.O. Box 1544,
Portsmouth, Ohio, 45662.
Registrants who renew their application by mail, facsimile, or
email must include their full name, initial registration date, and home local
Registrants who fail to renew their application during the
resign in January will be removed from the list and must re-register in person.
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Bid System - Job Line
Registrants who are seeking employment
will need to call the job line at (740) 353-8000 ext. 4 or 1-800-IBEW575 ext. 4
after 5:00 p.m. weekdays or anytime Saturday and Sunday.
If interested in a job call listed on the recorder,
leave your full name, a phone number that you can be reached at, and the job
call that you are interested in.
The next morning that the office is open, an agent
will fill job calls in chronological order based on those who left their name on
the recorder, starting with the highest priority group (book 1, book 2, etc.)
The message will indicate if there are no calls
The 3 turndown rule will be enforced.
If a long call is filled by someone behind you on
the book, you will receive a turndown.
Refusing a reduced rate call (less than 100% wages)
or a short call (3 weeks or less) will not be considered a turndown.
Rejection by the employer is not a turndown. If you
are working under the collective bargaining agreement of another IBEW local’s
jurisdiction, you will not be given a turn down.
will receive 2 turndowns without penalty, but will be removed from the list with
the 3rd turndown.
The registrant must re-register
in person after being
removed from the list.
The Business Manager is responsible to
fill calls in a timely manner as needed by the employers.
Referrals may have to be made outside normal
business hours using whatever means necessary to fill the request by the
employer to place registrants.
Daniel L. Shirey
I.B.E.W. Local Union No. 575
Portsmouth, Ohio 45662