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Bob Crow Writes To London Underground Director Of Safety To Set Out RMT Concerns For Tube Safety During Tube Lines StrikeSubmitted by admin on 19 April, 2012 - 00:25
RMT General Secretary Bob Crow has written to LUL Director of Safety Mike Strzelecki about RMT safety concerns
We note the request from our Regional Organiser and accordingly instruct the General Secretary to advise London Underground that we are in dispute with the company on this matter and are available for talks to seek a resolution.
London Transport Regional Council and branches to be advised.
From RMT General Secretary Bob Crow
Members of the RMT employed at Tube Lines are due to take part in strike action, the period of the strike will be from 16.00 hours on 24th April until 16.00 hours on 27th April.
Should you, as an individual, feel that as part of your duties you are placing yourself in serious or imminent danger during the dispute you should comply with your company’s policy as required by the MHSW.
Attached to this circular is a pro-forma should you wish to record your concerns in writing to your management.
TUBE UNION RMT today wrote to TFL chiefs demanding safety assurances during the Tube Lines strike action next week after bosses issued statements saying that they will continue to try and run services regardless of whether essential maintenance and repairs work is being carried out and regardless of the fact that the safety-critical Emergency Response Unit will be joining the strike action.
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