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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that changes will be made to the Response Form [A-72] and Schedules A & B for Construction Industry certification applications.
Effective August 31, 2015, question #3 on Form A-72 will read:
3. List each job site in the bargaining unit proposed by the applicant at which the work was being performed on the Application Filing Date by specific location (e.g., municipal address, lot & plan number, floor number(s) in multi-level buildings, or other identifier) and Board Area. Assign a code (S1, S2, S3, etc.) to each job site as you are required to identify on which site each employee was working when listing employees on Schedules A and B.
Schedules A & B will include a column entitled “job site(s)” and the Instructions for the Schedules will include the requirement to list employees alphabetically (and by job site, where more than one job site was identified). Information Bulletin #6 [Certification of Trade Unions in the Construction Industry] will be revised to reflect these changes.