- Active Health
- Retiree Health
- DB Pension
- DC Pension
- SUB Plan
12-Month Review Period
Any 12-month period subsequent to June 30, 2013 and prior to the Participant's layoff, commencing with the first month immediately preceding the Participant's Layoff Date.
A legal document completed by the Participant, attesting to receipt of state unemployment compensation, availability for work and obligation to repay any payments made in error, which may be accepted in lieu of state unemployment compensation payment records.
Available for Work
A Participant, who has signed the corresponding IBEW Local 11 Referral Book upon layoff, is compliant with all IBEW Local 11 Referral Hall daybook procedures and is not disabled.
Los Angeles County Chapter, NECA
Collective Bargaining Agreement
A written agreement between the Union and the Association requiring contributions to the Trust.
Payments made or due to the Trust Fund by Employers, pursuant to the terms of the Trust Agreement, a Participation Agreement and/or Collective Bargaining Agreement on behalf of their Employees for work performed by such Employee.
Work performed by an Employee for an Employer for which Contributions are required to be made to the Trust Fund.
Effective Date of the Plan
The date on which the provisions of this Plan originally became effective, January 1, 2015.
A worker for which an Employer is required to make Contributions to the Plan on his behalf.
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended from time to time.
Non Covered Electrical Employment
Means any kind of work which is performed:
An Employee who has met the requirements to participate in the Plan. Eligibility for benefits is based upon the eligibility provisions of the Plan.
A written agreement between an Employer and the Board of Trustees.
The Southern California IBEW-NECA Supplemental Unemployment Benefit Plan, established by the Trustees.
The Board of Trustees, or entity delegated by the Board of Trustees pursuant to its authority under the terms of the Trust Agreement who is responsible for determining eligibility under the terms of the Plan.
The Agreement and Declaration of Trust that establishes the Supplemental Unemployment Benefit Trust , establishing the Trust Fund and its rule of operation including all amendments thereto.
The Southern California IBEW-NECA Supplemental Unemployment Benefit Trust Fund
Trustee, Trustees, or Board of Trustees
A person or persons designated by the Trust Agreement or appointed by a person or entity granted the authority by the Trust Agreement.
Unemployment Compensation Benefits
Means California Unemployment Insurance benefits paid in accord with California Unemployment Insurance Code Sections 1329 and/or 1329.5. Unemployment compensation benefits for purposes of this Plan are limited to the 26 payments within 52 weeks as set forth in California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1281(b). For purposes of this Plan the term unemployment compensation benefits does not include; payments received for non work related disability (California SDI payments), paid family leave, federal-state extended benefits and any and all other provisions of the California Unemployment Insurance Code.
The Local 11 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W.), AFL-CIO and any successors.