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IBEW 110 Sisters and Brothers:

 Please see the following list of events that have been cancelled or suspended out of concern for members and their families’ safety. We will notify the membership when they resume or are rescheduled. Look to our website for updated information. 

  • IBEW Summer Kids Picnic at Lake Phalen Pavilion
  • Cambridge and Faribault Unit Meetings
  • Cambridge and Faribault Summer Picnics
  • May Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Retirees Picnic at Mounds Park
  • Retirees Meetings
  • Brotherhood Committee Meetings
  • Safety Study Meetings
  • Organizing Committee Meetings
  • Rank and File Committee Meetings

Mailings will be going out when these gatherings and/or meetings will reconvene.

We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in these difficult times, stay safe.

In Sisterhood and Brotherhood,
Jamie McNamara


 Jamie 4-8-20 Message   

 Jamie 3-26-20 Message 

 Jamie 4-7-20 Message






 Use Dr. on Demand to avoid entering medical facilities and face to face contact. 





 A Message from Department of Labor

Construction Worker Safety 4/24/20

OSHA has guidance on protecting construction workers during the coronavirus pandemic.






Visit Our Website

The most recent federal COVID-19 guidance specifically for the construction industry has been posted to the State Building Trades Website:  5/28/20

 Direct links are here:

OSHA - COVID-19 Control and Prevention for Construction:  5/28/20

CDC – What construction workers need to know about COVID-19:  5/28/20

Minnesota State Building Trades Council May 2020 Newsletter 

Webinar on Safety on construction sites in a COVID-19 environment 4/16/20

COVID FAQ for Members 3.30.20


COVID Industry Statement





 The Governor has issued an executive order starting Friday, March 27, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. a Stay at Home order.  

Emergency Executive Order 20-20


Update from the Governor 3-27-20


Update from the Governor 4-8-20


Update from the Gorvernor 4-13-20


Update from the Governor 4-26-20 


Update from the Governor 5-9-20





 Index of Coronavirus Resourcs


  Guidance for Members

NABTU/CPWR COVID-19 Recommendations (Updated 3-27-2020)  

 Guidance for Local Unions

Example Office Staff Policy (UA International Office)

NABTU Guidance for Contractor Screening of Construction Workers

NABTU Guidance on Contractor Assistance for Maintaining Workforce

   Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act


  The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act. H.R. 748) is an $2 trillion, 880-page bill that passes the U.S. Senate, 96-0.  It's still awating a House vote on Friday (3/27/2020) and the president's signature.  Provides a $1,200 direct payment to many Americans and $500 for each dependend child.  This is phased out for those making over $75,000 ($150,000 for married filing jointly) by subtracting 5% of Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) against the total credit.  (Generally, those with AGI over $99,000 for an individual and $198,000 for married couples with no dependents are ineligible.)

Expands unemployment insurance to 39 weeks (through December 31, 2020), and provides temporary "Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation" of $600 per week (through July 31, 2020), which is in addition to and the same time as regular state and federal UI benefits.   

CARES ACT (Stimulus Package 3): What it means for States 

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Learn more about the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Learn more about the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

CDC Workplace, School, Home COVID-19 Guidance

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Resource Page

 Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Economic impact payments: What you need to know

   Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

Guidance on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers During COVID-19

Guidance on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers in Case of "Shelter in Place" Orders

  Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Information from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

What you should know about the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and COVID-19

Department of Health and Human Services HIPPA Guidance

Allows Disclosures of Health Information by Business Associates in Response to COVID-19

National Government Association Resources

These are national associations for our state and local elected officials

National Governors'Association (NGA) - COVID-19 Resources

NCSL Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for States

  COVID-19 Paid Leave Is Now Law





Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) is accepting donations of N95 masks




 DLI Extends Continuing Education Deadlines

Continuing education deadlines have been extended 90 days for licenses that expire in March, April and May 2020.

  • License renewals must still be submitted prior to the current expiration date. Late fees will apply to renewals submitted after the expiration date. Renew a license here.






 IBEW International President Lonnie R. Stephenson and NECA CEO David Long

National Disease Emergency Response Agreement (NDERA)


IBEW Summary of COVID-19 Legislation







Covid-19 Update from the CDC


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