The Benefits of NWCOA Membership

LABOR RELATIONS

The NWCOA represents contractors in union relations and contract negotiations.

INDUSTRY RESOURCES

Members have access to resources relevant to crane operations, including state and federal regulations impacting the employee relations and crane industry operations.

COMMUNICATIONS

The NWCOA promotes all association member businesses and services, providing access to a broader audience of potential clients and regional resources.

HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER

To become a Regular Member of the NWCOA, the entity must:

  • Be a licensed contractor principally engaged in crane rental and/or rigging within Washington, Oregon or Idaho

  • Be signatory to a local of the International Union of Operating Engineers

  • Complete a Membership Application

  • Assign their bargaining rights to the NWCOA

  • Pay the Initiation Fee and Annual Dues as established in the NWCOA Bylaws

To become an Associate Member of the NWCOA, the entity must:

  • Complete a Membership Application

  • Assign their bargaining rights to the NWCOA

  • Pay the Initiation Fee and Annual Dues as established in the NWCOA Bylaws

MEMBER BENEFITS

Membership in the NWOCA includes the following services:

  • Representation in contract negotiations

  • Representation in labor relations matters

  • Access to resources and updates regarding regulations, practices, and legal decisions impacting the crane industry regionally and nationally.

NWCOA MEMBERSHIP

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