IEC of Oregon's Power Clay Shoot at Canby Rod and Gun Club on September 16, 2022
IEC of Oregon’s Power Clay Shoot
Canby Rod and Gun Club
September 16, 2022
Breakfast and Safety Talk at 8:00
Competition 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Awards and Lunch at 12 Noon
Teams of 5 for Competition
If you don’t have five people – no worries – we will put you on a team at registration
Sign Up No Later than September 9
Door Prizes and Prizes for Best Team in Competitions
Presenting Sponsor: Federated Insurance
Open to All Members, Training Agents and, Merit Shop Contractors
Please provide your own ammo. Limited ammo will be available to purchase at the club however, you will need to reserve it through Gina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guns are available to use from the club. Almost all Canby Rod and Gun Club shotguns use 12 gauge ammunition. For trap shooting, you should use # 7-1/2 or #8 shot, with 1 ounce or 1-1/8 ounce loads at 1125 to 1250 feet per second.
MEMBERSHIP AT IEC OF OREGON PROVIDES VALUE
Contractor members of IEC of Oregon get the benefits and support they need to grow their business. Members gain over $6,000 average annual savings with member discounts on products and services they need including free unlimited HR from HR Answers. Plus state and national advocacy, free code classes, networking events, and more.
Our Industry Partners are the foundation of the electrical industry, offering the tools, supplies, services, and support needed by our contractor members to effectively manage their businesses. IEC of Oregon offers Industry Partners connections to build their business through marketing, networking events and, sponsorships.
MEMBER BENEFITS AS A CONTRACTOR MEMBER
Health Net and Samaritan Health Services are leading providers of health insurance plans and all IEC member employers may take advantage of their large group discount. Find a plan today that fits your needs.
IEC’s Group Plan with SAIF Corporation allows you to receive exclusive discounts and special offers on your worker’s compensation insurance.
HR Answers Advantage Plan
We’ve partnered with HR Answers to provide our members with FREE unlimited access to HR Consultants available to discuss any HR or employee related problem. To see a list of all the services under this program click HERE.
National Discount Partners
IEC of Oregon is active in the recruitment and training of the next generation and development of their careers. IEC of Oregon runs four separate apprenticeship programs:
- Area I Limited Energy Class A and Class B programs in conjunction with Clackamas Community College in Wilsonville
- Area II Inside Electrical program and Limited Residential at the Independent Electrical Training Center in Salem partnered with Chemeketa Community College for college credit
- Online apprenticeship training throughout the state
These programs are currently training over 700 apprentices per year. In addition, member discounts on our continuing education programs help keep licenses up to date and our professional courses further develop your workforce.
Connect with other industry-specific professionals who not only understand your challenges and needs but can provide you with needed services and advice.
We hope to have a full slate of events this year including:
- Quarterly Lunch Seminars (March may be on Zoom)
- Annual Member Business Meeting + Awards Program on May 20th
- Celebrating Women In The Electrical Trades on June 1st
- IEC Power Shoot Event at the Canby Rod and Gun Club September 15th
- IEC National Convention in Louisville October 5-8th
- Annual State of the Industry Dinner October 20th
- Inside Electric and Limited Energy/ Low Voltage Graduations
You can also participate at the national level in Forums with non-competing groups of contractors from different regions to discuss and share best practices.
This program is designed to help out our IEC of Oregon members during a time of shifting workforce needs. When a contractor has a surplus of good people that he/she would like to keep when work is slow, they can be offered to other contractors as part of a short term lending program. Notification can be made through the IEC of Oregon office or directly to a contractor wishing to utilize the program. The information will be maintained in an active format for a maximum of 30 days, or until we are notified that the individual has been hired, whichever comes first.
IEC of Oregon members may use their passcode to enter the Members-Only page to access forms and instructions for the Borrowed Worker Program. If you need more information, please contact Cindy Regier, Executive Director, at email@example.com.
NOTE: IEC of Oregon will simply act as a clearing house and maintain a list of contractors interested in considering such a program, which it will make available to any contractor member upon request, as a member service. However, IEC will accept no role and take no responsibility for arranging placements, suggesting referrals, setting terms of engagement, or otherwise becoming involved in agreements reached between interested contractors.
IEC of Oregon has been the voice of the merit shop for over forty years. We advocate for the non-union shop on a local, state, and national level, weighing in on any new legislative or regulatory measures that may impact our members. This includes working with the Department of Labor to make sure that any apprenticeship rules and standards apply fairly to merit shop contractors. We take a stand against anti-competitive project labor agreements that halt fair, competitive bidding on public projects. We fight to make sure that these regulations are unbiased, safe and do not place unnecessary burden on contractors. To learn more, CLICK HERE.
Our national Codes and Standards Committee has a direct impact on shaping the standards for the electrical industry. IEC National has a representative that sits on every code panel. We have two members that sit on each of the nineteen panels of the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) 70 National Electrical Code (NEC). In addition, we work closely with the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association to make sure there is a voice advocating for the industry and the merit shop.
When you join IEC of Oregon, you’re supporting the merit-shop business and the continued success of the electrical industry. For more information about the benefits of membership, contact Cindy Regier at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-598-7789. To download a printable trifold PDF on Member Benefits Click HERE.
MEMBER BENEFITS AS AN INDUSTRY PARTNER
IEC of Oregon is the only independent association dedicated to merit shop electrical and limited energy system contractors. Becoming an Industry Partner of IEC of Oregon allows you to be a part of an organization of influential industry leaders providing the products and services that help our members effectively manage their businesses. IEC of Oregon offers Industry Partners exposure opportunities to connect and build your business through networking events, sponsorship, and a marketing package.
There are four levels of involvement: Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. Your commitment includes one full year of membership. Plus there are additional sponsorships of events throughout the year.
Please contact email@example.com or CLICK HERE for a booklet outlining the information on the 2022 Industry Partner Membership and Sponsorship Opportunities. Thank you.
IEC of Oregon has several events throughout the year.
To see a list of all 2022 events: CLICK HERE
We have several ways to become an Industry Partner and participate in each event. Plus we can talk about customizing your involvement. Please contact Gina Cumming at firstname.lastname@example.org or CLICK HERE for an Industry Partner booklet on the Membership and Sponsorship Opportunities for 2022.
Industry Members also have access to the IEC Oregon Member List, and meeting space at our IEC of Oregon offices.
Depending upon the level of commitment that you choose, you will have exposure to IEC’s contractor members through the IEC website, social media, and monthly newsletter. IEC of Oregon in turn, will be happy to promote your events to our membership.
There are four levels in which to become an Industry Partner with IEC of Oregon depending on your needs: Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze. Plus there are additional sponsorship opportunities at all levels in events.
IEC of Oregon is always open to new ideas to fit your brand and awareness needs. Please contact Cindy Regier at email@example.com or Gina Cumming at firstname.lastname@example.org. CLICK HERE to get a booklet outlining the partner levels and the Membership and Sponsorship Opportunities.
IEC of Oregon offers Industry Partners more exposure opportunities than ever to connect and build your business through networking events, sponsorships, promotional materials and other benefits.
IEC NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
- Discounts on worker’s compensation, liability and property insurance, fleet management, business management software, Home Depot Pro, office supplies and more. Please see above under Saving You Money. Click on the Partner Logo to see the link to the discounts and offers.
- Management education sessions and project management courses through IEC University offered in partnership with Perdue University.
- IEC University eCampus: online courses covering safety, technical issues and business skills
- National magazine Insights
- Membership discounts apply at national meetings including the Washington, DC and the national IEC Convention and Expo.
- National forums enable groups of non-competing contractors to share “best practices” confidentially
- National task forces and committees allow you to work with other members on issues facing the industry and IEC
- Membership discounts apply to textbooks, manuals, and videos in the areas of safety and management/workforce training
- Safety materials and OSHA’s Construction Industry Regulations
- IEC logo apparel
“We’ve been a part of IEC for many years…from discounts, to insurance, to training, advocacy and beyond. Becoming an IEC of Oregon member pays back with large dividends.”
– Don K., President, Safety Electric, Inc.