Working For You

A Message from James Barry,
Executive Secretary Treasurer

“Whether you are a registered apprentice, a Red Seal journeyperson, or a retiree, I assure you that you will be represented with accountability, honesty and integrity at both the local and provincial level through your association with the IBEW CCO.”

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The IBEW CCO works to:

Enforce safety standards on the jobsite
Continually enhance the partnership with our contractors
Partner with Government, affiliated associations and advocacy organizations
Improve Legislation that protects the integrity of the electrical trade
Continue excellence in training
Organize non union contractors and electricians

Benefits for the Public

Advocacy: Research and Reporting

The IBEW CCO commissions studies from respected independent researchers to investigate issues that affect electricians, contractors, and the construction industry as a whole.

Skills and Safety Matter: Maintaining High Standards in the Electrical Trades is Essential for an Effective Ontario Apprenticeship Model” was released in 2019.

“Risk of Harm–1,159 Years on the Tools: What Risk of Harm means to Experts”  was released in 2016. More background on “Risk of Harm”