BOILERMAKERS LOCAL 242

FACTS
The Boilermakers Local #242 in Spokane, Washington currently has 100 members. Its jurisdiction covers Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.

RECENT CHARITABLE PROJECTS
Boilermakers Local #242 donates regularly to the Union Gospel Mission Ministries, Hanford Atomic Metal Trades Food Drive and El Katif Shrine Circus.

DESCRIPTION
Boilermakers build boilers, tanks and various types of pressure vessels as well as heat recovery steam generators, heat exchangers and miscellaneous steel fabrication.

APPRENTICESHIP PROCESS
Apprenticeship applications are available, from the office, the first Wednesday of each month from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Apprentices must work at least 6000 hours and complete 144 hours of classroom training each year before they graduate to journeyman status. Apprenticeship applicants must be 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED before they will be accepted into the program. Once accepted into the apprenticeship, all apprentices are required to attend a 10-hour OSHA safety course and must pass a yearly drug screen.

WHO TO CONTACT
Boilermakers Local #242
6404 N. Pittsburg
Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 489-1891
(509) 484-5731- Fax
Email: bm242@aol.com

BOILERMAKERS LOCAL 502

FACTS
The Boilermakers Local 502 in Puyallup Washington currently has 300 members. Our jurisdiction is Western Washington and Alaska

RECENT CHARITABLE PROJECTS
Boilermakers Local 502 sponsors individuals in the Cancer Society’s Walk for Life, donates to the local area’s Santa Cops, and last year contributed to the Hurricane Katrina Victim’s Fund.

DESCRIPTION
Boilermakers build boilers, tanks, and various types of pressure vessels as well as heat recovery steam generators, heat exchanges and miscellaneous steel fabrication.

APPRENTICESHIP PROCESS
Apprenticeship applications are available from the office on the first Wednesday of each month. Apprentices must work at least 6,000 hours and complete 144 hours of classroom training each year before they graduate to journeyman status. Apprenticeship applicants must be eighteen (18) years of age and have a high school diploma or GED before they will be accepted into the program. Once accepted into the apprenticeship, all apprentices are required to attend a 10-hour OSHA safety course and must pass a yearly drug screen.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Randy Robbins, Business Manager
Ed Richardson, Assistant/Dispatch
Boilermakers Local 502
16621 110th Ave E
Puyallup, WA 98374
253-435-0330
253-435-0329 Fax
Email: boilermakers502@comcast.net