Notice of Potential Trade Adjustment Assistance for Workers (TAA) Program Benefit Eligibility EVRAZ Oregon Steel.

EVRAZ Oregon Steel 14400 N Rivergate Boulevard Portland, OR 97203 Petition number: 96721 Certification date: 3-3-2021 Impact date: 4-20-2020 Expiration date: 3-3-2023 Notice of Potential Trade Adjustment Assistance for Workers (TAA) Program Benefit Eligibility The Department of Labor (DOL) certified EVRAZ Oregon Steel for the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program. This certification is the result of EVRAZ Oregon Steel’s articles of production of large diameter welded line pipe primarily used in the building of oil and gas pipelines, being determined adversely affected by import competition. If you were laid off due to a lack of work on or after 4-20-2020 you may be eligible for the following benefits and services under the TAA program: – Re-Employment Assistance – Training (On-the-Job, Classroom, or Apprenticeship) – Job Search Allowances – Relocation Allowances – Additional Unemployment Insurance benefits in the form of Trade Readjustment Allowances (TRA) – Wage subsidy for workers 50 and older – Health Coverage Tax Credit (HCTC) Please contact the Central Trade Act Unit (CTAU) at 1-877-639-7700, for instructions on getting benefits and services under the Trade Act program. You have many ways to find out more about the TAA program. – TAA Videos and success stories: Visit the Oregon Employment department’s YouTube channel and search for Trade. – TAA web page. Visit employment.oregon.gov and type TAA in the search bar. http://www.oregon.gov/ EMPLOY/Unemployment/Pages/Trade-Act.aspx. – Visit our Facebook page and search for CentralTradeActUnit. – Visit the DOL website at http://www.doleta.gov/tradeact. Unemployment Insurance Benefit Information – For more information on unemployment insurance benefits, or to file a claim visit us at http://www.employment.oregon.gov or contact us at 1-877-File4UI (1-877-345-3484). * Important Deadlines to Receive Benefits and Services * To be eligible for TRA, you must be enrolled in training within 26 weeks after your most recent layoff from the adversely affected employer or 26 weeks after the Trade Act certification, whichever is later. If you can’t get into approved training by these deadlines, a waiver of training may be available to you. The Trade Act program also offers other re-employment services that have deadlines attached. Job Search allowance – 365 days from the certification date or your most recent qualifying separation date. If you are in training that takes you beyond the above deadline, you have 182 days from the date you complete training to access this service. Relocation allowance – 425 days from the certification date or your most recent qualifying separation date. If you are in training that takes you beyond the above deadline, you have 182 days from the date you complete training to access this service. Subscribe to receive information on Trade Act and other topics by visiting https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/OREMPDEPT/subscriber/new. You will need to enter your email address and click submit. Our team looks forward to serving you with any of your re-employment needs! Publish March 17, 2021 PT195501

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Publication: OPC Legals 2

Section: Legals

Start Date: 2021/03/16

End Date: 2021/03/17

Owner: Oregon Employment Department

City: SALEM

County: Multnomah