Collective agreements contain comprehensive provisions, for example with regard to working allowance and working time. In the strict sense, „local agreement“ means the agreement of working and employment conditions at the workplace on the basis of the provisions of the collective agreement in force. Employers subject to a universal collective agreement may directly enforce the provisions agreed on the basis of article 34 of the Working Time Act. However, it is not possible to apply provisions based on Article 34(2) of the Working Time Act, which require agreement at local level. A contract can also be a legal transaction that binds both parties and is entered into intentionally. The organisation of cooperation in the field of safety and health at work may be agreed at the workplace in a manner appropriate to local conditions.