Hebron Project Collective Agreement

1. Short title 2. The special draft states 3. Exclusion 4. Parties that can engage in collective bargaining 5. Collective agreement 6. Unit 7. Gender Equality and Diversity Programme 8. Duration of the order 6.

For the purposes of the special project, any staff member employed under the special project agreement shall be considered a member of a single bargaining unit. 3. With the exception of the power supply construction activity of the Hebron Development Project, which will take place at Great Mosquito Cove, Bull Arm Area of Trinity Bay, the designation of the Special Project under this Regulation does not include repair, maintenance, construction, installation or inspection or repair-related activities, maintenance, construction, installation or inspection of power lines; Towers and associated infrastructure and rights of way in the Grande Mosquito Cove, Bull Arm area of Trinity Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador. About hebron Project Employers` Association (HPEA) HPEA was a non-profit company founded as the unifying voice of employers who worked on the Bull Arm construction site during the construction of the Hebron project. She supported the management of the collective agreement and the management of labour relations. At the end of the construction phase of the project, the HPEA completed its business and dissolved the unit. 8. This contract shall remain in force for the duration of the works, including the mobilisation and demobilisation of the contractors, as provided for in the Agreement.

2. It is explained that the obligation relating to the construction or manufacturing activities of the Gravity Base Structure, Topsides and Platform Hook-Up for the Hebron development project to be held in Great Mosquito Cove, Bull Arm region of Trinity Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, including the onshore, Atshore and Inshore sites, as well as the construction or manufacturing activities of the Gravity Base Structure, Topsides and Platform Hook-Up for the Hebron Development Project, Which will start in this area and will require completion abroad by the same contractor or subcontractor of the De Hebron Employers Association, and a solid gravity fiber base structure, Topsides and Platform Hook-Up for the Hebron Development Project, which will take place in this area or at sea, is a special project. St. John`s, Newfoundland and Labrador – Johnson GEO CENTRE announced today that it intends to update and expand its ExxonMobil Oil and Gas Gallery, a major exhibition designed to inform visitors about the oil and gas industry in Newfoundland and Labrador, thanks to a $2.2 million contribution from the Hebron Project in recognition of its first year of operation. Click on the links below to view the collective agreements. “The Hebron employers at Bull Arm are proud of the work we have done for the project, which is a first-class facility. Now that our work is done, we are happy to donate money to Johnson GEO CENTRE,” said Steve Graves, Executive Director of the Hebron Project Employers` Association. . . .