Welcome to www.8thdist.org! Your website will continue to evolve during 2014 as we look for better, more effective ways to provide you with the benefits information you and your family needs. We want you to turn to the website as your primary means of connecting with us and your #1 resource for answering your benefit questions.
Here you’ll find quarterly eNewsletters, Benefits 101 articles that explain some of the more challenging aspects of your benefits, Summary Plan Descriptions and much more. As always, we want to know what you think about the website by submitting your comments, ideas, and suggestions to Comments@8thdist.org. Log on, tune in and, as always, “Be Well. Be Fit. Be Smart.”
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is the largest electrical union in the world. The IBEW represents workers' rights in all areas of the electrical industry. The National Electrical Contractors Association is the management association for electrical contractors.
NECA represents thousands of employers who guarantee their installations and perform quality work on time and on budget. To provide the highly skilled work force necessary to meet the customer needs and insure job satisfaction for the electrical workers, the IBEW and NECA sponsor the very best, unparalleled apprenticeship training programs.
Welcome to the new Eighth District Electrical Benefit Fund Web Site. We are excited to bring you many new features on this web site. We hope that the new site will be easier for you to navigate and find the information you are looking for.
Some of the new features include the ability to complete claim forms and enrollment forms on line, using an electronic signature through the Claim e-Form or Enrollment e-Form tab. Once you have logged in using your secure pin number you may view and complete these forms. You still have the ability to download the forms and submit if you prefer. In addition, you now have the ability to view recent claims as well as the explanation of benefits (E.O.B.) for these claims.
To access this site you will need to select Sign In from the Quick Items menu and follow the information given on the Sign In page to create a password for this site.
We welcome your input and comments and hope that this new site will be a useful tool in maintaining your personal benefit information and communications with the Administrative Offices.