Epsca Agreement

There are currently 18 (18) collective agreements of the Electrical Power Systems Construction Association (EPSCA). These agreements are negotiated and managed by EPSCA on behalf of Hydro One and its contractors. Contractors are required to comply with the terms of these EPSCA agreements while working at Hydro One sites. The following agreements and salary plans can be find on the EPSCA website: Explore the work requirements for wages and collective agreements for OPG suppliers and partners. Through this process, bidders are consulted on tender documents/RFP for work requirements. These include work obligations and related collective agreements, as well as work schedule obligations. With regard to the daily travel/space and advice allowance for tenders, please note that all EPSCA/CUSW/LIUNA OPDC contracts are FIRM BID. This means that any daily, travel or travel and transportation allowances, as described in the corresponding articles for each EPSCA/CUSW/LIUNA OPDC agreement, will not be reimbursed by Hydro One. However, it is still the responsibility of the contractor to pay its staff the corresponding rate of travel/board of directors, as stipulated in the various collective agreements. Working on EPSCA contracts See how collective agreements determine how OPG works.

EPSCA`s collective agreements and salary plans in the tender packages must serve as a guide and may be amended after tender documents are issued. For more information, see www.EPSCA.org for the current collective agreements and salary plans of the EPSCA. The purpose of this page is to provide successful bidders and/or contractors with important information as part of the Electrical Power Systems Construction Association (EPSCA) process and to facilitate access to collective agreements and salary plans. All questions regarding the following information should be directed to Hydro One.Bidding`s workforce acquisition department for a Hydro One Tender or Request for ProposalThe EPSCA process begins when Hydro One`s Workforce Service (CEF) receives a «work application form» from the project manager. The location and nature of the work as well as the monetary value, the hours of work in the field and the trades to be used are taken into account in determining the work. There are two possible provisions for work needs: if the CEF finds that the work must be completed as Form B, the contractor is not required to comply with the provisions of the collective agreements, but must pay a «fair» rate of pay, as stated in the Form B communication. A set of electronic working documents is issued and contains the following information: the notification and destination form describes collective agreements and remuneration plans in force in the area in which the work is performed. Contractors are required to comply with the terms of these agreements while working on Hydro One sites. OPG also has a collective agreement with the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. In addition to EPSCA, OPG has collective agreements directly with two construction unions (BTU) that require contractors to comply with the terms and conditions when working on OPG sites. They are the Canadian Union of Skilled Workers (CUSW) and the Brick and Allied Craft Union (BACU). The EPSCA has collective agreements with the following construction trades: as a result of these agreements, Hydro One has collective agreements directly with the following construction unions: NOTE: Any company and all its subcontractors engaged in certain trades work on existing OPG sites, either in accordance with the EPSCA collective agreements, or the relevant OPG/Trade Building Union collective agreements or the Machinists collective agreement, to comply with and comply with the provisions of these collective agreements.

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