LIUNA Tri Funds

Tri-Funds Working together works best, which is why the Laborers International Union and its signatory employers have developed highly acclaimed labor-management partnerships to assist contractors, aid developers and provide a competitive advantage in the industries where we work. • A safe and healthy workplace is not only good for workers; it is also good for the bottom line. The New Jersey Laborers Health and Safety Fund provides research, educational programs, health services and safety and health consultation all with the goal of assisting our members and their employers. Cooperation at work. • Through our training and apprenticeship programs, we are able to provide career skills to our members and a safe and productive workforce for our employers. • Creating job opportunities and advancing our industries are the job of NJ LECET, the business development, marketing and civic and government relations arm of our Tri-Funds.

LIUNA Tri Funds News Room

CCLTAF Training Protocols

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2020-07-15

In a COVID-19 world, the safety of visitors and staff to the Construction Craft Laborers Training And Apprenticeship Fund's two training centers is of utmost importance. 

We have adapted operations and all members and visitors to the CCLTAF's...

LIUNA COVID-19 Resources Available

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2020-04-01

As the Coronavirus Pandemic continues, steps are being taken at every level to ensure the safety and health of people everywhere.  To help members and their families navigate this information, the Laborers' International Union of North America has...

Laborers Union backs Mikie Sherrill for Congress

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2018-08-29

Laborers Union backs Mikie Sherrill for Congress

MONROE TWP., NEW JERSEY – The New Jersey affiliate of the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA) has announced today its endorsement of Mikie...

Pocino: Portal Bridge failure underscores the need for action

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2018-03-16

The region’s reliance on a 111-year-old bridge with an unreliable movable span has always been a recipe for problems.  Today’s delay due to a bridge malfunction only underscore the obvious.  We must modernize our transportation system so that...

Portal Bridge replacement is good news for NJ and region

Published By: NJ Laborers on 2017-10-12

Replacing the 110-year-old Portal Bridge over the Hackensack River will soon be a reality, bringing great relief to the tens of thousands of rail commuters who travel across the span and have suffered through countless delays attributable to the aging infrastructure.