UA Local 776 has a proud tradition of providing highly skilled and trained plumbers, pipefitters and service technicians to West Central Ohio businesses and industries since 1937. We offer a five year apprenticeship training program and continuing education to ensure our members stay trained at the top of their field. In addition, all members receive stringent safety training and are regularly drug tested, so we can provide the safest, mostly highly skilled workers to our partners, ensuring that they can complete their projects on time, within budget, and with exceptional quality.
Your new career begins today! Ask about an apprenticeship at UA Local 776. Learn more by watching this video or by clicking here.
Our next union meeting is February 17 at 7:00pm.
If you have questions regarding your benefit plan, the offices of Northwestern Ohio Administrators is closed until further notice. You may still contact them via phone, email, fax or mail. For the present time, payments will be mailed to your home address.
Learn more here.
Our health plan is now offering “Telehealth." Members can use their phone, tablet or computer to dial in for a doctor's visit at no cost and no deductible to the member. They can even write out prescriptions online!
Our EAP can help you deal with the stress of coping with the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn more here.
These are good guidelines specifically for our trade for proper precautions that need taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn more here.
Here is the layoff waiver from American Income Life Insurance Company. Download it here.
IMPORTANT CHANGES TO YOUR HEALTH PLAN IN RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
The Board of Trustees of the Lima Area Local 776 Health Plan has taken several important steps to address the recent COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on Local 776 members.
This is a summary of the current actions taken on your behalf. For continued updates, please check the Union's social media accounts.
Effective immediately, the waiting week for illness-related short-term disability is waived.
If you are ill and sent home from a job, a certification from your employer will be accepted instead of the required doctor certification for the first two weeks. This change will allow you to self-quarantine to see if COVID-19 symptoms develop. You still need a doctor’s certification after the first two weeks.
If you or your family need a COVID-19 test, the Plan will pay for the test and the office, urgent care, or emergency room visit to get it with no deductible or co-pay.