Member Resources

International Website
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MOST
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1-800-395-1089

Safety Glasses Request
1-800-395-1089
Most Safety Glasses Request Form

Boilermakers National Funds
(Pension, Annuity, Insurance)
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1-866-342-6555
Pension Summary Plan Description (SPD)

Cigna
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1-800-235-7748

Delta Dental
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1-800-234-3375

Vision Care
1-855-249-2298
Boilermaker vision claim form

Express Scripts
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1-800-655-0459

Amwell
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1-844-SEE-DOCS

Substance Abuse
1-877-244-3572

Boilermakers National Apprenticeship Program
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1-708-636-6656

Apprentice LMS login
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Common Arc
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1-630-232-8378

Illinois Unemployment
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1-800-244-5631

Boilermaker Reporter
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Illinois AFL-CIO
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Register to Vote, Illinois
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1-217-782-4141

Securefit
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TWIC
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1-855-347-8371

Change Address with International
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Change Info on BDS
Call 866-342-6555 (tell them to change info across the board)
BNF – Change of Personal Information Form

Boilermaker Vacation Trust
1-800-833-2682
Vacation Plan Description

Stewards Toolbox

Download A Stewards Report

The role of Union Steward is an important one and not to be treated lightly. As the ambassador of the Union you are responsible for the following:

  • Lead by example.  You must act professionally, work smart, work hard, and treat everyone equally and with respect.
  • Introduce yourself to all Boilermakers and identify yourself as the job Steward. This displays a union presence on the job
  • Communicate with the members on a regular basis.
  • Communicate regularly with the area Business Representative
  • Be the Unions safety representative. Take part in Joint Health and Safety Committee meetings, relay information between the members and the contractor and vice-versa
  • Monitor layoffs, quits, dismissals, transfers, name hires, apprenticeship ratios, absenteeism and poor craftsmanship
  • Encourage members to attend monthly Union meetings and vote in elections. Attend meetings yourself.
  • Know the contract you are working under. Ensure that the contract is followed, both by the contractor and the Union members
  • Be the first contact for health and wellness related issues. If a member expresses a need or appears in need, be there. Contact your local Business Representative if needed
  • Be the eyes for the Union regarding jurisdiction. Contact your Business Representative with any questions or concerns
  • Become familiar with the Contractors disciplinary/worksite rules. Be armed with knowledge of the rules and facts of the situation when representing a worker at a disciplinary meeting
  • Address a foreman, worker or supervisor directly if a problem should arise
  • Always work to keep the crew on the job
  • Represent everyone fairly and without prejudice
  • Keep a logbook. Update Daily
  • Maintain a positive attitude, encourage morale, recognize good craftsmanship
  • Be proud to represent your Union!

Here is a link for the steward’s sourcebook on the IBB webpage: https://boilermakers.org/resources/stewards_sourcebook