The NATIONAL operational agreement BESA defines the social benefits and pension contributions needed for workers covered by the agreement. Welplan is the preferred provider for the provision of social benefits. The non-strike, non-lock-out provisions of the national service and maintenance contract are an extremely important and necessary condition of the agreement. The service sector is a customer-oriented company that ensures the comfort, safety and health of all occupants of the building. Therefore, customers need to be sure that their service provider is always available to meet the needs of construction systems. If a service provider was not able to respond to its customers,. B, for example, because of a strike, would result in the immediate loss of that customer (and the likelihood that he would never return) and the loss of hours and jobs for our service technicians. The National Service and Maintenance Agreement is an agreement negotiated and managed by the Association of Daily and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry (UA) and the Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA). The agreement is a nationally recognized instrument to help contractors provide their customers with a quality and consistent service throughout the country and recover lost market share. The agreement covers all work carried out by service, sanitation and refrigeration companies to effectively operate existing facilities and systems in these facilities.

These include air conditioning, heating, cooling, plumbing, ventilation, building automation and overall construction. The members of the supervisory committee are appointed by the Joint UA/MSCA Labor Committee, with contributions from the local MCA-Exec and the international representative. The committee consists of an equal number of local contractors for the management of the company and local business leaders for the work. All local boards within the jurisdiction, local training coordinators, staff officers and the AU international representative, who are associated with the MSCA, should only be invited to each meeting in an advisory capacity. The committee elects its own chairman and secretary. The Chair is responsible for setting up meetings and notifying all committee members. The secretary is responsible for the preservation of minutes and notes. These positions are expected to pass between management and work each year.

Meetings should, where possible, take place two to three times a year. Training coordinators should be invited to meetings at least twice a year to report on local training activities/programs.