1.1.32 Severance pay and other benefits arising from other clauses of collective agreements are separate from those mentioned in this appendix and beyond. The worker receives the following daily amount for each calendar day for which the employee is paid in accordance with Schedule A of the collective agreement. This daily amount is equal to the annual amount below, divided by two hundred and sixty decimals eight eight (260.88), 17.04 The employer appoints, at each level of the appeal procedure, a representative and informs any worker about the name or title of the person so designated of the name or title of the person named, as well as the name or title and address of the direct supervisor or the competent local official to whom a complaint is to be filed. This information is communicated to workers through employer communications in places where such communications are most likely to be communicated to workers who use the appeal procedure, or in some other way, in accordance with the agreement of the employer and the union. 11.03 A duly accredited EU representative may be allowed access to the employer`s premises, including ships, to attend the resolution of a complaint or complaint and attend meetings convened by management. In any event, the employer must apply for permission to enter the premises. In the event of access to the vessels, the Representative of the Union must report to the master when boarding a ship, indicate his activities and request permission to carry out these operations. It was agreed that these visits did not interfere with the navigation and normal operation of the vessels. The contracting parties acknowledge that an extension of these clauses is done without prejudice or unprecedented and that the parties do not bind in any way to a particular position that they might wish to take in overtime, the transfer and/or liquidation of vacation leave or cash compensation or compensation in cash or with wage issues during a collective bargaining cycle. 17.25 The Union may make a group complaint to the employer on behalf of workers in the collective agreement unit who feel incriminated by the usual interpretation or application of an interpretation of collective agreements or arbitrations for these workers.