24th Annual STAR Safety Award

24th Annual STAR Safety Award

Saturday, October 3, 2020 – 9 AM to 2 PM
Carson Place (Boston Teachers Union Hall) Dorchester, MA

STAR RAFFLE REQUIREMENTS:

1. Be a member in good standing at the time of the awards ceremony

2. Attend the October 3, 2020 Awards Ceremony

3. Complete 800 “safe hours” of employment for I.B.F employers during the qualifying period

4. Complete the Training Course requirements by the end of the qualifying period

5. Past STAR Grand Prize winners are not eligible for the grand prize portion of this raffle. A time limit for Grand Prize Winners to appear on stage will be announced at the opening of the Awards and STRICTLY ENFORCED

EMPLOYER RAFFLE REQUIREMENTS:

1. Be a member in good standing at the time of the awards ceremony

2. Attend the October 3, 2020 Awards Ceremony

3. Complete 2,000 safe hours of employment for I.B.F employers during the qualifying periods

4. Complete the Training Course requirements by the end of the qualifying period

DISTRICT COUNCIL #35 RAFFLE REQUIREMENTS:

1. Be a member in good standing at the time of the awards ceremony

2. Attend the Training Course requirements by the end of the qualifying period

3. Complete the Training Course requirements by the end of the qualifying period

4. You have worked less than “800” safe hours or you work for a contractor/agency that does not contribute to the I.B.F.

5. Members in good standing who are excluded from the raffle are: non-working supervisors, Business Managers and Business Representatives and their staff and District Council #35 Finishing Trades Institute of New England and their staff

6. Members who are retired at the time of the Awards Ceremony but who have completed less than 800 “safe hours” during the qualifying period are eligible.

IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS

 Members in Good Standing: An apprentice, journey-worker or retiree DC #35 member whose dues are paid current.

Safe Hours: Hours worked during the qualifying period.

I.B.F. Employer: An employer who contributes to the Industry Betterment Fund for all hours worked by DC #35 members.

Qualifying Period: July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020

Training Course Requirements: 1) Respiratory Protection Program (must be taken every 12 mos.) 2) one other qualifying course as determined

Star is Administered by The Industry Betterment Fund and Supervised by The Joint Trade Board The Joint Trade Board reserves the right to resolve all issues or disputes relative to eligibility, qualifications or non-compliance with the terms and conditions of the Awards Program. For Questions About STAR Call 617-524-0248

All classes at the FTI of New England have been postponed until further notice.