(2) Where the chamber in point 1 (b) found that a deviation from the existing bargaining unit would be more appropriate for collective bargaining and that an application for a waiver is made – the Board of Directors must (1) in the event that a worker, while included in this plan, would be totally disabled as a result of an accident or illness on April 1, 2019, the worker, after being totally disabled for five (5) months, receives a 70% benefit (70%) us $4.028 of the monthly salary before disability and 50% (50%) monthly pre-acquisition earnings above USD 4,028 or 66-2/3% of monthly salary before a disability, plus monthly salary is greater than USD 4,028 or 66-2/3% of monthly salary before a disability. The amount of $4,028 will be increased each year by increasing the weighted average wage of workers under the collective agreement to determine the amount of benefits for workers entitled at the time of disability. 18 (1) If no collective agreement is in force and a union is not admitted as a bargaining partner for a collective agreement unit, a union claiming to have at least 45% of the employees of that unit in good condition may apply to the board of directors at any time, subject to the rules, in order to be certified for the unit. 86 (1) Despite the non-decision of Section 85, If the Director fails to appoint or establish an arbitration body under a collective agreement or under section 84 (3), the director must make, at the request of one of the parties, the appointments necessary for the composition of an arbitration board, and a person appointed by the Director is considered to be designated in accordance with the collective agreement or, if applicable, at paragraph 3 of Section 84. (iii) something happens or has happened in respect of a case that is referred to the arbitration proceeding under this Code; (c) who is transferred to a place where the strike or lockout takes place if it has been transferred after the previous date of the notice of opening of negotiations and on the day the negotiations begin, or 10.01 A resident does not suffer a loss of wages or benefits due to illness or accident during a residence program for up to five months per academic year, in proportion to the sub-years. After exhausting the 5 months of absenteeism and coverage per year of study, the resident is placed on unpaid leave without benefit coverage. If a resident has exhausted the 5 months of absenteeism, he must return to work sixty days (60) before being entitled to an additional 5 months of sick leave. The coverage covered in this article begins on the first day the occupant performs the tasks of a residence program. A resident whose appointment to a residence program has not been renewed and whose injury or illness resulting in a disability during the term of his appointment is considered to be on leave, without payment, between the end of his appointment and the effective date of the disability insurance.