We are some of the best welders in the world. We ship everything out in record time.
RESPECT for your craft
Every worker deserves respect. Through membership in the Boilermakers, you can gain that respect by becoming one of a group of employees who take pride in their work and use their collective voices for positive change in the workplace. Being in a union puts employees on a more even playing field with the employer, giving you the respect you deserve.
Between my training and the apprenticeships, you’re taught to be a craftsman. If you weren’t a craftsman, that’s how accidents happen.
SAFETY in your workplace
Through collective action, training and contracts with the company, unions promote safe working conditions for everyone in the workplace. Boilermakers have a dedicated safety representative who can be called to deal with any unsafe situation, and OSHA can be alerted to conduct safety investigations when needed.
I take pride in what I do. I am very proud to be a Boilermaker.
PRIDE in your work
Boilermakers are skilled tradesmen and women whose talent is needed in today’s economy. They take pride in perfecting their craft. Members support one another and give back to the community. Being a Boilermaker isn’t just a job, it’s a way of life.
I got a union steward to come out and represent me, because I felt like I was being mistreated, and I was able to transfer into welding.
Union representation helps ensure you’re treated fairly on the job. Backed by negotiated contract, union workers are protected by a grievance procedure designed to enforce the contract and stop the employer from violating labor laws.
My dad… used to constantly tell me the reason we have what we have is because we’re union. That’s the biggest tool the worker has for prosperity.
OPPORTUNITY for advancement
Opportunity in your job isn’t just about better wages and benefits, it’s also about having a say in shaping your future. The Boilermakers union works with employees to negotiate contracts that can increase a worker’s power through collective action. By opening a dialogue with their employer, workers have the opportunity to ask for what they want, such as employer-provided training and a path to higher-skilled jobs.