It cited the example that, once a specific agreement on the site had been concluded, the geographical scope of the agreement might be more ad hoc or more random than geographical in the actual sense of the term. If the parties are unable to agree on the terms of a proposed company agreement, a negotiator may apply to the Fair Work Commission and request assistance. The group of workers who will be covered by a proposed agreement (i.e. the scope of the agreement) will usually be chosen at or shortly after the start of negotiations. In the event of disagreement between negotiators on the scope of the agreement, the scope itself becomes a matter of negotiation.  If, after six months of negotiations, an employer and workers` organisations fail to agree on the terms of a greenfields agreement, the employer may nevertheless submit the agreement to the Fair Work Commission for approval. . . .