Contract and Safety documents.
Local 13 and Health Bulletins.
November 29, 2016
STOP WORK MEETING
DECEMBER 1, 2016 @ 7:00 P.M.
The ILWU Federated Auxiliary 8 will be hosting a Diaper Drive, so don’t forget to bring a pack of diapers (all sizes) to the meeting.
NIGHT MECHANIC BOARD
To sign up for the Night Mechanic Board you must see Ray Pearson in the Records Room. Sign-ups started on Thursday, December 1st and will continue through Friday, December 30, 2016. You must be a registered mechanic to sign up.
November 22, 2016
CASUAL HALL HIRING PROCESS 2017
For several months the Joint Port Labor Relations Committee has been in discussions regarding the establishment of the new casual acquisition list for the Port of Los Angeles/Long Beach (Per.CLRC-0015-2015). Below is timeline of the upcoming events leading to the lottery set to take place on February 6, 2017. Furthermore, the below timeline is consistent with the 2004 casual hall hiring process guidelines of CLRC-012-2004.
November 15, 2016
19th ANNUAL “FEED THE COMMUNITY DAY” VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR BOTH DAYS
Thanksgiving is coming upon us and Local 13 has supported feeding the community for the last nineteen years. If you are interested in volunteering to help prep the baskets, please show up at the ILWU Memorial Hall, 231 W. “C” Street, Wilmington on Monday, November 21, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
Bulletin # 32-16
November 14, 2016
Health Benefit Claims
Brothers and Sisters of Local 13, 63, and 94
We all acknowledge the confusion around us about how to handle our Health Insurance coverage and more importantly how to resolve demands for payment of medical bills. Be assured that your Officers are doing all we can possibly do to make these tasks easier for you and your family. However, to meet these goals we now need your help.
November 4, 2016
ADVISORY CONCERNING PACIFIC COAST SURGICAL CENTER
Many members have received medical services at Pacific Coast Surgical Center (PCSC), an out of network outpatient surgery center. It appears that PCSC has recently retained a collection agency to pursue unpaid claims that had been denied by the ILWU-PMA Welfare Plan several years ago. At that time, PCSC told members not to worry about the denied claims, as PCSC would not balance bill them; some members also received Explanation of Benefits forms (EOBs) from the Plan stating that they had no ‘patient responsibility’ for the services in question. Members were therefore understandably angry when they received letters from PCSC, or its collection agency, threatening to bill them directly unless they filed appeals (“Full and Fair Reviews”, or FFRs) with the Plan through the Southern California Area Welfare Director. The situation got worse when the Benefit Plans Office (BPO) began to deny those FFRs because they were filed more than 180 days after the members received EOBs from the Plan for the services in question.
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Off The Hook Vol. 11 No. 1
The ILWU Library and Archives website is a digital collection featuring some of the some the materials in the ILWU library. The website allows you to browse through digital versions of the ILWU Dispatcher newspaper, Voice of the Federation, and
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San Pedro, Ca 90731, USA
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