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The membership structure and constitution of the NJCECI provide the basis for a single table agreement and set the standards that establish authority for good practice. The continuous improvement of standards has had a positive impact on the safety and well-being of workers. and it continues to have a great influence on the performance of the mechanical engineering industry. The NAECI 2019 – 2020 is available in free PDF (see point below) and available as a booklet for purchase. Following a review of the NAECI in 2018, a two-year agreement was successfully concluded and NJC 13 (18) provides full details on the new provisions and rate and quota increases for the period 2019-2020. The NAECI is a working agreement at the national level, derived from the collective bargaining process between the parties. The latest UPDATES FROM GMB for members working in the engineering and construction industry The main way to achieve the national agreement is a very effective and widely respected procedure for preventing and resolving problems at the site level. If, exceptionally, no solution is found at the site level, it is possible to quickly resort to the national level to take a final and binding decision. NJC press releases are regularly issued to provide information on new steps in the NAECI revision, new NAECI tariff recommendations and important industry news. You can find them in our document archive. a) you may only use the products and services for internal information purposes. You may not process or retrieve data using the products or services provided to third parties or use the products and services as a service bureau. They agree to promptly inform BBSI of any unauthorized use, reproduction or disclosure of such evaluations, reports and information and to do everything in their power to prevent them.

(d) additional terms. In addition, the use of products and services by Blue Book members is subject to the bbsi Blue Book membership agreement. If for any reason you cannot access these documents online, please call us at 630-668-3500. . . .