H.I.P. Rider

Wednesday, 08 October 2014 13:19

The DEA provides HIP members an additional rider benefit that covers Private Duty Nursing and Appliances.

Apprentice Electrician Recruitment Notice

Thursday, 03 July 2014 11:29

2014 Apprentice Recruitment Notice

The Apprentice Program of the Electrical Industry of the I.B.E.W. Local Union No. 3 is accepting applications.  The Joint Apprentice Committee will accept registered letters requesting an Apprentice Electrician Application.  The Apprentice Recruitment Notice and Apprentice Letter Form are attached below.


Uniformed Coalition & Collective Bargaining

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 10:33

A formal negotiating session is scheduled for this Friday, November 14 at 13:00 hours. 

Here’s the backstory: Several informal discussions have taken place with City Labor Commissioner Robert Lin. On August 12th,, the Coalition’s Technical Committee met with the City’s Technical Committee to analyze values and assumptions with regards to the health savings agreement. The City was not forthcoming with enough information to proceed any further. • On June 12, 2014, eight Supervisory Uniformed Unions in police, fire, corrections, and sanitation met and established a Uniformed Supervisory Coalition and agreed to proceed as a coalition for this round of collective bargaining. We began coalition bargaining on July 2nd. The SBA participated in the discussions, but declined to join at this time.The City expressed interest in dealing with a Coalition. The City also previously offered the DEA the same pattern under the teachers’ (UFT) tentative agreement.



The Teachers ratified their contract by 77% of the ballots cast. This now establishes the City’s new baseline for this round of negotiations. The nine-year deal includes the following and expires in 2018: 4%; 4% (with retroactive pay-outs from 2015 to 2020); 0% for 18 months; then 1%; 1%; 1%; 1.5%; 2.5%; and 3%. There was also a $1,000 bonus upon ratification.



On May 2, 2014, the Municipal Labor Committee (MLC) membership approved a massive $3.4-billion health care savings agreement with the City of New York, paving the way for the United Federation of Teachers and the City to come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement, which, if passed by the teachers, will reshape the parameters for this round of bargaining. The health savings are virtually painless to the municipal employees.


Driver Needed In Manhattan

Tuesday, 04 February 2014 16:16

Driver needed in Manhattan.  Must be professional and present a good appearance.

Salary approximately $50,000/yr. 

E-mail resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (212) 371-5080.  Ask for Gerry Beyrodt

Heartscan Services

Thursday, 24 January 2013 15:54

The mission of Heartscan Services is to bring awareness and early detection to heart disease, stroke and peripheral arterial disease through screening. The goal is to screen individuals who may not know they are at risk for these devastating diseases. We provide state of the art, on site, mobile imaging services.



Do you know how these controllable risk factors affect your risk of heart disease, stroke and metabolic syndrome?
•high blood pressure
•high blood cholesterol
•being overweight or obese
•physical inactivity

Contact Heartscan Services and FIND OUT!

The Affordable Care Act requires group health plans to provide a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) to plan participants so they may better understand their coverage.  In compliance with this law, the DEA Health Benefits Fund has completed an SBC regarding the essential benefit we provide, our prescription drug plan.

Below are the downloadable documents required under the Affordable Care Act