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. NAECI 2019 – 2020 brochures will be published in Grade 2, unless first class is specifically requested. The NAECI 2019 – 2020 is available in free PDF (see point below) and available as a booklet for purchase. The initial details of the purchase of brochures as well as the postage and packaging costs are as follows: the NAECI is a working agreement at the national level, which results from the collective bargaining process between the parties. Together, the signatory parties form the National Joint Council (NJC), which oversees the work of naECI. The NJC Secretariat coordinates negotiations between the parties to review rates of pay and other aspects of the agreement. The signatory parties jointly form the National Joint Council for the Engineering Construction Industry (NJC), which oversees the operation of the NAECI and proposes periodic revisions of tariffs and other conditions. NatWest account number 24795585, bank code 60-40-02, Account name NJCECI The National Agreement for the Engineering and Construction Industry 2019-2020, which contains more than 140 pages of relevant information for all employees in the sector: in November 2018, a new two-year contract was successfully concluded and NJC Communicates 13 (18) contains full billing details, as well as rate and certification increases for the period 2019-2020. The new NAECI 2019 – 2020 reflects these changes and is available for free download in PDF format. If the NAECI has not been formally accepted for all engineering construction activities at a given site, a single contractor may, through the NAECI registration process, register their number of employees with NJC and then use the NAECI.

There are a number of instruments and abatements across the AIT that enable stakeholders to achieve these goals, and they have been consolidated into a single simple reference document. The paper can be downloaded here. NJC press releases are regularly issued to provide information on NAECI`s further progress in verification, new NAECI tariff recommendations, and important industry news. . . .