Yellow Card Project:
- A “Yellow Card Project” carries a special status over and above the traditional NMA and as such provides distinct advantages for Owner/Client, Employers and Unions. To learn more about the Yellow Card Project designation please contact the NMAPC offices to speak to an industrial relations professional.
- Designating a scope of work as a Yellow Card Project signifies that the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee (NMAPC) as a governing body has previously reviewed the work in question and collectively determined that the project properly falls within the scope of the NMA.
- A Yellow Card Project designation can be sought by either an Owner/Client, an Employer or a Construction Manager and can be approved either administratively by the NMAPC Impartial Secretary/CEO or by the NMAPC Committee.
- To learn more about how to submit a work scope to be considered for Yellow Card Project status please be sure to review NMAPC Policy Decision IV-6 “Work Scope Determination Process for Application of the National Maintenance Agreement”