- XXVII-1 – Revocation of Approved NMAPC Extension Requests
- Provides clarification that once approved, site extension requests may not be revoked prior to the completion of work, except by the mutual consent of the parties.
- XXVII-2 – National Maintenance Agreement as a “Stand Alone” Agreement
- Provides clarification that employers are not required to sign local collective bargaining agreements in order to work under the NMA.
- Also provides clarification that the NMA is a stand alone agreement and that once approved provisions of local collective bargaining agreements will not apply to the work in question unless they are specifically incorporated and made part of the NMA.
- Further provides clarification that the only body authorized to interpret and administer the NMA is the NMAPC, Inc.
- XXVII -3 – Site Extension Request(s) (SERs)
- Reaffirms that in order for the NMA to be applicable and enforceable, all signatory Employers must have requested and be in possession of an approved Site Extension Request (SER) from each International Union whose craftspeople that they will be direct hiring, for each location (e.g. facility) that it desires to perform work under the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee (NMAPC) Program.
- Reiterates that Employers performing work under the NMAPC Program are responsible for ensuring that all of its subcontractors are in possession of an approved SER.
- XXVII -4 – Cancellation/Revocation of Approved Site Extension Requests
- Reaffirms that in order to protect the Client’s/Owner’s interest and assure the integrity of the NMAPC Program, an approved SER may only be cancelled/revoked by mutual consent of the parties in writing.
XXVIII. Addenda to National Maintenance Agreement
XXVI. Reporting Requirements - Administrative Fees