Viewing the website in another language

For the convenience of those who wish to view the Boilermakers' International website in an alternate language, we are pleased to make Google Translate available. Simply click on a flag icon (for a country's primary language) or select a text link to change the language. Of course, you can convert back to English at any time. When you are in the translate mode, just click on the link "Original," which appears in the upper right-hand section of the screen.

Français (French) Français (French Translation)  
Español (Spanish) Español (Spanish Translation) Español (Spanish Translation)
Deutsch (German) Deutsch (German Translation)  
Italiano (Italian) Italiano (Italian Translation)  
Português (Portuguese) Português (Portuguese Translation) Português (Portuguese Translation)

The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers strives to achieve the highest possible accuracy; however, no automated translation is perfect. Translations of any materials into languages other than English are intended solely as a convenience to the non-English-reading public. Translation accuracy is not guaranteed nor implied. If any questions arise related to the accuracy of the information contained in the translation, please refer to the English version of the document, which is the official version of the document. Any discrepancies or differences created in the translation are not binding and have no legal effect for compliance or enforcement purposes.

Latest News

  • L-374 members listen to a presentation by MOST instructors Ray Parrot and Jim Porter.

    L-374 members learn Code during AEP Rockport project

    Read More

  • Joseph Maloney, IVP - Canada

    IVP Maloney: Canada trade deal is bad for workers

    Read More

  • Newton B. Jones, Intl. President

    Preserving national pension involves us all

    Read More

  • Camden Choplick, fourth from left, son of L-13 member Chester Choplick, along with other members of the group Re-Creation, meet with a veteran at Nottingham Village in Northumberland, Pa.

    Boilermaker’s son performs at VA hospitals

    Read More

  • The National Consumers League and representatives of other organizations supporting the NLC protests meet with Bank of Labor Feb. 27 at the bank’s Washington, DC, headquarters. Seated, l. to r.: Karen Duncan, Maritime Trades Department, AFL-CIO; Gwend Johnson, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Mike Stotz, AFL-CIO ITC; and Elise Bryant, Labor Heritage Foundation. Standing are Alicia Page, Bank of Labor, Fran Owens, Labor Heritage Foundation, Puja Aura, AFL-CIO ITC and Labor Advisory Board Member for Bank o

    National Consumers League picks Bank of Labor

    Read More