A ballot on whether North Sea workers should accept new conditions put forward by member companies of the OCA (Offshore Contractors Association) will close tomorrow.
It comes after revised proposals were put forward after talks were held with Unite, the OCA and ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service).
The trade union has been trying to negotiate with the OCA’s member companies on behalf of members.
The ballot originally opened last month on Monday, December 7 last year.
At the time Unite told members: “The new offer is being recommended by Unite offshore workplace reps and Unite regional officers.
“As always the decision on these proposals is for you, the members to decide.”