Local 94 Member Information

Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 94 is proud to continually offer information and resources for our members. The contents below are aimed at providing our members with material and links to the most used and needed information.

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Among the many benefits of joining Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 94 is the involvement in the member pension fund. Started in the 1960s, the United Association National Pension Fund (formerly known as Plumbers and Pipefitters National Pension Fund) is a multiemployer defined benefit pension plan funded solely by employer contributions and investment earnings collectively bargained, the UANPF plan is funded by a Taft-Hartley trust fund and was established to further ensure service to our members after retirement.

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Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 94 is proud to continually offer information and resources for our members. The contents below are aimed at providing our members with material and links to the most used and needed information.

United Association (UA)

The United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada (UA) represents approximately 355,000 Plumbers, Pipefitters, Sprinkler Fitters, HVACR Service Technicians, Welders and Pipeliners working in the construction industry throughout North America.

visit ua.org

U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)

As an organization with diverse functions, the U.S. Department of Labor carries out its mission through a number of offices and agencies to foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States; improve working conditions; advance opportunities for profitable employment; and assure work-related benefits and rights.

visit dol.gov

U.S. Department of Commerce (DOL)

The Department of Commerce’s mission is to create the conditions for economic growth and opportunity for all communities. Through its 13 bureaus, the Department works to drive U.S. economic competitiveness, strengthen domestic industry, and spur the growth of quality jobs in all communities across the country. The Department serves as the voice of business in the Federal Government, and at the same time, the Department touches and serves every American every day.

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Council on Occupational Education (COE)

The Council on Occupational Education is a national accrediting agency of higher education institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. COE was created in 1971 as part of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The COE became independent in 1995.

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Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

With the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for workers by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance. OSHA is part of the United States Department of Labor. The administrator for OSHA is the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health. OSHA’s administrator answers to the Secretary of Labor, who is a member of the cabinet of the President of the United States.

visit osha.gov

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)

The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) works tirelessly to improve the lives of working people. We are the democratic, voluntary federation of 58 national and international labor unions that represent 12.5 million working people. We strive to ensure all working people are treated fairly, with decent paychecks and benefits, safe jobs, dignity, and equal opportunities. We help people acquire valuable skills and job-readiness for the 21st-century economy. In fact, we operate the largest training network outside the U.S. military.

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North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU)

North America’s Building Trades Unions is a labor organization representing more than 3 million skilled craft professionals in the United States and Canada. NABTU is composed of fourteen national and international unions and over 330 provincial, state and local building and construction trades councils. NABTU is dedicated to creating economic security and employment opportunities for its construction workers by growing infrastructure investment and union construction jobs, safeguarding workplace, wage and benefits standards, promoting responsible private capital investments, investing in renowned apprenticeship and training, and creating pathways to the middle class for women, communities of color, military veterans and justice-involved in the construction industry.

visit nabtu.org

National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC)

The National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) negotiates and administers the National Maintenance Agreements, a series of collective bargaining agreements utilized by more than 1,800 industrial contractor companies who employ members of fourteen building trades international unions. Although there are 14 separate agreements, they are 99% similar. The NMAPC was the first national labor management organization in the construction industry to become incorporated, and is based in the philosophy of tripartite cooperation between the customer, contractor and union craft personnel. To date, the NMA program has accounted for more than $370 billion of work and more than 2 billion work-hours for the building trades and contractors.

visit nmapc.org

Ohio State Building & Construction Trades Council (BCTC)

The individual member affiliates of the Ohio State Building & Construction Trades Council are comprised of thousands of highly-trained and experienced workers whose track record of producing exceptional quality work resonates throughout the state of Ohio. As such, it’s the mission of the Ohio State BCTC to provide members with the necessary education and training to better skills and maintain productive and safe working environments. The Ohio State BCTC provides leadership through direction and cooperation from 14 regional councils.

visit ohiostatebtc.org

Affiliated Construction Trades (ACT) Ohio 

Affiliated Construction Trades (ACT) Ohio advocates for quality, safe construction by contractors and skilled craftsmen with integrity. We fight for level competition to ensure the state’s tax dollars are spent properly. We strive to educate the public on the importance of fair wages, workforce training, industry regulations, and safety standards.

visit actohio.org

Ohio Pipe Trades Association

The objective of the Ohio Pipe Trades Association shall be to promote the interest of the plumbing and pipefitting industry. Among other ways of promoting these interests, the Association shall (1) recommend legislation to protect the trades and further sanitation for the protection of public health (2) discourage all proposed legislation detrimental to the public health (3) promote legislation that will assist organizing of our crafts into United Association Locals (4) provide assistance to Locals in an effort to organize our unorganized crafts (5) prevent members from unjust and injurious competition (6) secure unity of action among all workers of the industry for a higher standard of living (7) take such actions as will engender protection and encouragement from society and government (8) cultivate feelings of friendship and good will among those in our industry.

visit ohiopipetrades.com

Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) 

The Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) serves the unique needs of approximately 2,600 firms involved in heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing, piping, and mechanical service. We do this by providing our members with high-quality educational materials and programs to help them attain the highest level of managerial and technical expertise. MCAA includes: Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA), Plumbing Contractors of America (PCA), National Certified Pipe Welding Bureau (NCPWB), MCAA Manufacturer/Supplier Council (M/SC), and John R. Gentille Foundation (JRGF).

visit mcaa.org

East Central Ohio Mechanical Contractors’ Association of (ECOMCA)

The East Central Ohio Mechanical Contractors’ Association of (ECOMCA) is a non-profit construction trade association representing union-affiliated mechanical contractors incorporated in the State of Ohio, with a 501(c) (6) IRS Classification. 

visit mapic.org/ecomca

U. S. Local Unions 

UA Local 94 is proud to work with our Sister United Association Local Unions.

Local 1, New York, New York
Local 3, Aurora, Colorado
Local 4, Worcester, Massachusetts
Local 5,Washington, D.C.
Local 7, Albany, New York
Local 8, Kansas City, Missouri
Local 9, Englishtown, New Jersey
Local 12, Boston, Massachusetts
Local 13, Rochester, New York
Local 14, Jersey City, New Jersey
Local 15, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Local 17, Memphis, Tennessee (Plumbers)
Local 19, Salt Lake City, Utah
Local 21, Yonkers, New York
Local 23, Rockford, Illinois
Local 24, Newark, New Jersey (Plumbers)
Local 25, Rock Island, Illinois
Local 26, Everett, Washington
Local 27, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Plumbers)
Local 32, Seattle, Washington (Plumbers & Pipefitters)
Local 33, Des Moines, Iowa
Local 38, San Francisco, CA (Plumbers, Pipefitters, Marine PF)
Local 42, Norwalk, Ohio
Local 43, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Local 47, Northwest, Pennsylvania
Local 50, Northwood, Ohio
Local 51, East Providence, Rhode Island
Local 52, Montgomery, Alabama
Local 60, New Orleans, Louisiana
Local 72, Atlanta, Georgia
Local 73, Oswego, New York
Local 74, Wilmington, Delaware
Local 75, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Local 78, Los Angeles, California (Plumbers)
Local 93, Waukegan, Illinois
Local 98, Detroit, Michigan
Local 102, Knoxville, Tennessee
Local 112, Binghamton, New York
Local 123, Tampa Florida
Local 125, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Local 136, Evansville, Indiana
Local 149, Savoy, Illinois
Local 150, Augusta, Georgia
Local 155, Little Rock, Arkansas
Local 157, Terre Haute, Indiana
Local 159, Martinez, California (HVAC, Plumbers, Steamfitters)
Local 172, South Bend, Indiana
Local 174, West Michigan
Local 183, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Local 188, Savannah, Georgia
Local 190, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Local 200, Long Island, New York
Local 208, Denver, Colorado
Local 211, Houston, Texas
Local 230, San Diego, California
Local 234, Jacksonville, Florida (Plumbers, Pipefitters)
Local 246, Fresno, California
Local 250, Los Angeles, California (Pipefitters)
Local 254, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Local 267, Syracuse, New York
Local 268, St. Louis, Missouri
Local 274, Ridgefield, New Jersey
Local 281, Chicago, Illinois
Local 286, Austin, Texas
Local 290, Portland, Oregon
Local 295, Daytona Beach, Florida
Local 314, Kansas City, Missouri
Local 322, Southern New Jersey
Local 342, Oakland, California
Local 343, Vallejo, California
Local 367, Anchorage, Alaska
Local 370, Flint, Michigan
Local 392, Cincinnati, Ohio
Local 393, San Jose, California
Local 396, Boardman, Ohio
Local 400, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Local 412, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Local 420, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Local 421, Charleston, South Carolina
Local 430, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Local 434, Wausau, Wisconsin
Local 440, Indianapolis, Indiana
Local 441, Wichita, Kansas
Local 449, Pittsburgh, PA
Local 452, Lexington, Kentucky
Local 455, St. Paul, Minnesota
Local 459, Missoula, Montana
Local 464, Omaha, Nebraska
Local 467, Burlingame, California
Local 469, Phoenix, Arizona
Local 475, Warren, New Jersey
Local 483, San Francisco, California
Local 486, Baltimore, Maryland
Local 501, Aurora, Illinois
Local 506, Escanaba, Michigan
Local 519, Miami, Florida
Local 520, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Local 525, Las Vegas, Nevada
Local 533, Kansas City, Missouri
Local 536, Baltimore, Maryland
Local 537, Boston, Massachusetts
Local 538, Johnson City, Tennessee
Local 550, Boston, Massachusetts
Local 572, Nashville, Tennessee
Local 582, Santa Ana, California
Local 597, Chicago, Illinois
Local 598, Pasco, Washington
Local 601, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Local 614, Memphis, Tennessee (Plumbers & Pipefitters)
Local 625, Charleston, West Virginia
Local 630, West Palm Beach, Florida (HVAC, Plumbers, Pipefitters)
Local 636, Detroit, Michigan
Local 638, NYC and Long Island, New York
Local 659, Monroe, Louisiana
Local 669, Columbia, Maryland
Local 675, Honolulu, Hawaii
Local 690, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Plumbers)
Local 692, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Local 693, South Burlington, Vermont
Local 696, Newark, New Jersey
Local 699, Seattle, Washington
Local 709, Los Angeles, California
Local 716, State of Maine
Local 725, Opa Locka, Florida
Local 773, Glens Falls
Local 777, State of Connecticut
Local 782, Seaford, Delaware
Local 798, Pipeliners, Tulsa Oklahoma
Local 803, Orlando, Florida (HVAC, Plumbers, Pipefitters)
Local 821, State of Florida
Local 855, Jersey City, New Jersey

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