Information for Permit Workers

1. EXPECTATIONS OF LOCAL 58

BE ON TIME - As a permit worker you are expected to give yourself plenty of time to get to the venue. Arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the call and introduce yourself to the contact name the Business Agent has given you.

DRESS ATTIRE - Please wear clothing that is appropriate for the work you are called to perform. Jeans and Tee shirt are fine for work calls. Please don't wear clothing displaying language or images that some may find offensive. For performance calls "blacks" may be required. Be sure to ask when you accept a call if there are any special dress requirements.

CONDUCT – Always conduct yourself in a professional manner and direct your energies to the task at hand.

2. JOB SITE PROTOCOL

Be sure to ask who the Head of Department or Steward is on the call you have been dispatched to. Always check IN and OUT with the Head or Steward.

Any questions or concerns arising on the job site should be taken up with the Head of Department or Steward.

Any injuries sustained on the job site should be immediately reported to your Head of Department and or Union Steward. It is imperative that an injury report be filed in a timely fashion, if you are unsure who to report to be sure to ask some of your coworkers.

3. RECEIVING YOUR PAY CHEQUE

All paycheques are picked up at the IATSE Local 58 office.
511 Adelaide St W. Office is open 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Wednesday, 9:00am - 6pm Thursday and Friday.
416-364-5565

After receiving a call to go to work you need to contact the office staff (Roula) so that they can get some particulars from you.

Cheques generally come out the week following the work. (You can phone the office to see if the pay is in from a particular venue. If you get the phone menu, extension 1 also lists what cheques are now in the office). If there is a problem with your cheque contact Office Manager, Roula Doikas.

When picking up a cheque you will pay an administration fee of 8% on the gross (4% if you are a member of a Sister Local, please bring your membership card as proof). This fee is only payable by debit or cash, debit is preferred. (This fee is what helps pay for the Business Agent, office, staff etc.)

4. Minimum Tool List

CLAW HAMMER
TAPE MEASURE
PHILIPS SCREWDRIVER
#2 ROBERTSON SCREWDRIVER
#6 ROBERTSON SCREWDRIVER
#8 ROBERTSON SCREWDRIVER
#10 ROBERTSON SCREWDRIVER
3 SIZES SLOT SCREWDRIVER
STAPLE GUN AND PULLER
SHARP POCKET KNIFE
SPEED WRENCH
8" ADJUSTABLE WRENCH
CHANNEL LOCK PLIERS
SIDE CUTTERS
PENCIL AND ERASER
CARPENTERS APRON
WORK BOOTS(steel toe)
HARD HAT
FLASHLIGHT

Ontario law requires anyone working with us to have certification for Fall Arrest/Fall Protection. The union offers courses every few months. Please sign up at the call-board in the office only after you have worked a call with us. If you would like to do this course on your own and add the certification to your resume, Battlefield Equipment offers this course. www.battlefieldequipment.ca (416) 406-5778.

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Edited on: Jul 5, 2013 11:34 AM

511 Adelaide Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 1T4

Telephone: (416) 364-5565
Fax: (416) 364-5987

Office Hours:
Monday - Wednesday 9am-5pm
Thursday & Friday 9am-6pm

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