LUL Stations, Publications for grades / companies
The RMT industrial position is that as a working practise, staff clearing snow is something we do. However, the TSSA have a different view that they do not believe it is a job that staff should carry out
However, the safety issues including work place risk assessments, protection and equipment still remain. We continue to raise these with LUL both locally and at council level, and have also issued a special bulletin and pro-forma that is separate from this update giving advice on protection
ELCPS (EMERGENCY LOCAL CONTROL PANELS)
The deal secured by your union guarantees the existing protection of the framework agreement. The RMT alone argued that we were already being asked to work hard enough without selling any hard won protection for a few quid. If you feel that you have been asked to work outside of this agreement or been treated unfavourably then advise your local RMT rep who will take it up immediately . Remember that the framework agreement is there for a reason, it protects our safety, welfare and future at work.You have a right and a responsibility to refuse any duty which breaks that agreement. Only a fool breaks the twelve hour rule.
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Please find attached the latest copy of RMT Platform .Download and print copies for your messrooms and union noticeboards. Read about how the Revenue & Station Grades are working for the memebrs and how and where you can get involved.Its your union,its important for you to have your say.
Click on the attachment to download the latest RMT Platform newsletter detailing the attacks on Station Jobs revealed in the leaked documents on LU 's 'Operational Strategy'.Through LU’s leaked Strategy Document, the RMT has obtained an important heads-up on LU’s ambitions, so we are better-placed to respond with our own strategy. Below you can read how, piece by piece, they intend to overhaul stations working.
Please find attached the new issue of 'RMT Platform', our newsletter for London Underground station and revenue staff. It reports on what has been happening at talks with the company, explains how the job cuts will affect staff, answers frequently-asked questions, and offers ten reasons why staff should vote Yes in RMT's ballot for industrial action. Please download and distribute widely. Printed copies will also be available at the Regional Office at Unity House.
As London Underground management move staff around like pawns to cover for their own deliberate under-staffing of stations, our new issue of 'RMT Platform' tells you exactly what your rights are, and how to stop management abusing them.
Click '1 attachment' / file name to download. Pleast distribute widely.
Click on these links to:
- download the new issue of 'RMT Platform', our newsletter for London Underground station and revenue staff
- an invitation to tomorrow's station and revenue grades meeting
- read the gory details of the planned reorganisation of station groups and the job cuts that come with it
The new issue of our 'RMT Platform' newsletter itemises London Underground management's attacks on stations jobs, and reveals statistics that show just how mean LUL's pay offer really is. You can read all issues of 'RMT Platform' here.
It tells staff your rights regarding cancellation of overtime, and taking grievances against managers.
'RMT Platform' also reports on:
We need unity across all grades to win
RMT has called further strike action in our campaign to protect thousands of jobs, secure a proper pay rise for our members and end management bullying and harrassment.
The attachment on this article details the management's attempt to drive custom away from ticket office windows and therefore do away with ticket office jobs. Euston, Paddington, Brixton, Victoria and Kings Cross are the latest stations which are trialling the five pounds minimum top up of oyster cards.