In addition, contractors who have signed the national agreement or a local union may, at the end of a local agreement, avail themselves of paragraph 73 and request the implementation of a calendar A. Such a calendar A must be implemented within 30 days of receipt of the application and may contain service salaries and fringes. This paragraph also provides for the possibility of submitting all unresolved issues to the Labour Relations Board (IRC) to resolve all issues. (see sections on calendars A and IRC). Wages and all contributions or deductions for ancillary plans or funds, union dues, leave, leave, sick pay, the International Training Fund (ITF) and Industry Promotion Funds are paid at the rate set out in the local agreement that covers the service, or as outlined in Calendar A for that jurisdiction. In the event of a conflict between the local agreement and the national agreement, the national agreement prevails. Signatory employers are not required to sign local service agreements, but may be asked to sign the local trust agreement. A signatory to the national service and maintenance contract is not required to sign a local agreement for work within the scope of the agreement. Working conditions and working conditions set out in the national agreement prevail over the provisions established on the ground. However, signatory contractors are bound by salaries, fringes, benefits and other contributions under the local agreement. Although they are not required to sign a local agreement, signatory contractors must sign the local trust agreement in writing. When a complaint is to be filed: if there is disagreement between the employer or a group of employers and a local union or the AU on the intent, service, application or compliance of the terms of the national service and maintenance contract. A contractor can use the national service and maintenance contract to install and transform all new ammonia and supermarket refrigeration systems, cryogenic freezers and ice rinks.

The agreement contains certain provisions that could improve the competitiveness of contractors doing this type of work, including the movement of regular workers to other legal systems and other working conditions. However, employers who have done this type of work must comply with the terms of the local agreement in force when the work is done with respect to working conditions, rates of pay and ancillary contributions. A calendar A may be requested either by a local union or by a contractor who signed the agreement, at the written request of MSCA or AU. A calendar A can also be implemented in the event of termination of a local service agreement. In this case, Calendar A is negotiated by a committee established by the UA/MSCA Joint Working Committee and must be completed within 30 days. If the local committee fails to resolve all issues within this time frame, all unresolved issues will be submitted to the Labour Relations Board (IRC). 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.