International President: Mr. Newton Jones NMA Contact: Martin R. Stanton II New Brotherhood Bldg. 753 State Ave. Kansas City, KS 66101 Tel: 301-577-4822 Fax: 301-577-4824 www.boilermakers.org National Concrete Coring, Drilling and Sawing Parties Agreement: Laborers` International Union and individual employers. Scope: All concrete drills, drilling and sawing for any purpose. The employer and the union want to stabilize employment in the drilling, drilling and saw industry and therefore agree on rates of pay, working time and conditions of employment. Validity data: Used on a project basis. National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee (NMAPC) Parties: Laborers` International Union and individual employers (composed of a joint labour management committee). Scope: maintenance, repair, replacement and renovation work, which is mainly within the recognised and traditional competence of the trade union.
The NMA is planned for work lasting less than one year. NMA is used in facilities such as petrochemical, supply, steel and automotive plants. The NMA program is managed and managed by the NMA Policy Committee, a joint working and management committee. Extensions are made on the basis of implantation. Amendments to the agreement can only be made by a majority of the NMAPC. Date of entry into force: the contract continues to run until it is terminated in writing by one of the parties with a period of 90 days. National Agreement for Workers in the Production, Freedom and Maintenance of SoilParts: International Union of Workers and Individual Employers. Scope: all employees in construction and soil conservation, material handling and production services employed by the contractor under his own or another company name of the contractor. All construction work carried out by the contractor under other national agreements is excluded from coverage.
The contractor shall have complete freedom of choice when recruiting and shall determine the qualifications of the men employed. Effective Date: One year after which the contract will remain in full force and effect until terminated, at the option of one of the parties, with a period of 60 days. . . .