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Scaffolding Contract 2014

Scaffolding Contract 2014

Written in a simple easy to understand format, the Scaffolding Contract is designed to take away the headache of what contract to use for scaffolding works.



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Employers Guide to the CIJC Working Rule Agreement 2014

This booklet has been prepared for the guidance of employers who chose to incorporate the provisions of the CIJC Working Rule Agreement into the contracts of employment of their operatives. It is intended to help answer many of the questions frequently asked by employers about the interpretation of the various clauses and best practice. This booklet does not form part of the agreement itself and although there should be not conflict between advice in this booklet and the agreement it is the provisions of the Collective Agreement itself that must take precedence.