The membership structure and the constitution of the NJCECI form the basis of a single table agreement and set the standards for the practice in place. Continuous improvement in standards has had a positive impact on workers` safety and well-being conditions; and it continues to have a great influence on the performance of the engineering industry. At the end of 2019, the NJC agreed on a recommendation by the group on the extension of NAECI 3.1 (b) on the effective use of working time. The PDF version of NAECI 2019-2020 has been updated to include this change and is available in v3 below. An NJC guide that completes this new modified section is available here for download. Q: I am an architect and I want to be able to work on site with a CSCS card, can you tell if the card for qualified people is relevant to my job? A: For information on the rules of the Professional Qualified Persons Card and a list of professional institutions, members meet the appropriate criteria please click here. NAECI is a national labour rule agreement that results from the collective bargaining process between the parties. The signatory parties jointly form the National Joint Council (JNC) responsible for overseeing the work of the NAECI. The NJC secretariat coordinates negotiations between the parties for the review of pay rates and other aspects of the agreement. The NJC has issued another circular that this time provides advice on LA COVID-19 and works from home: in 1997, the NJC agreed to a national framework for local authorities with potential for local change to meet local service requirements. These salary and performance conditions, known as the Single Status Agreement, are published in the Green Paper.
The NJC has published guidelines on working agreements for Christmas and New Year 2020/21. The signatory parties together form the National Joint Council of the Construction Industry (CNJ), which oversees the operation of NAECI and conducts regular rate and other conditions audits. The NJC has entered into the salary contract for 2020. The following circular sets out the details. NatWest Account Number 24795585, sorting code 60-40-02, account name NJCECI Q: I`m thinking about buying a house and hopefully turning it into two apartments. Can you guide me in the right direction to find out who the relevant interlocutors are and what rules I should follow? I would employ a jobmaster to make the necessary changes. A: There are several options. You could use an architect or architectural technology. Contact the Royal Institute British Architects or Chartered Insitute of Architectural Technologists.
Another option would be to seek advice from a construction expert by contacting the Royal Institute Chartered Surveyors. You can get advice from your local authority`s building planning and control department or an approved inspector (the private alternative to building control in LA). Here is a list of certified inspectors. Q: I am interested in carpentry and would like to use an NVQ, do you know which one is most appropriate? A: For all questions relating to craft trades, please contact the CITB on 0344 994 4400 or visit www.citb.co.uk If NAECI has not been formally adopted for all technical construction activities at a given site, a single contractor may, through the NAECI registration process, register its staff at NJC and use the NAECI. We help councils develop a framework for their role and responsibility as employers. This applies to the relationship between the Council`s employers and their employees, including individual rights and collective agreements.