See Fair Work Act 2009 ss.238–239
If a bargaining representative for a proposed single-enterprise agreement (other than a greenfields agreement):
has concerns that bargaining for the agreement is not proceeding efficiently or fairly, and
- the reason for these concerns is that the bargaining representative considers that the agreement will not cover appropriate employees, or will cover employees that it is not appropriate for the agreement to cover;
- the bargaining representative may apply to the Fair Work Commission for a scope order.
If the Commission grants the scope order, the order will specify the employer (or employers), and the employees who will be covered by the proposed agreement.