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What is RMT's London Transport Regional Council?

Neasden Flyer

Attached is the Neasden Flyer for November. This is planned to be a monthly publication. Please let me know at the next branch if you have any info which you wish to be included in the next edition.

Young Members Event - Learn About Your Union

RMT London Transport Region young members' education event

IT'S YOUR UNION 

Wednesday 11 November, 10:00-17:00, Maritime House, Clapham Old Town, SW4 0JW

Are you an RMT aged 30 or under who wants to learn more about how your union works, how you can get involved in it, and how we can fight for more rights and power at work?

If so, this is the event for you. Organised by the RMT London Transport Region Young Members' Officer in conjunction with the RMT National Education Department, this event will:

Elected Young Members 2013

please see attached poster related to your 2013 elected young member representatives from the London transport region for your information and distribution.

Young members (members under 30 years old) visited their local branch and were voted for their names to be put forward.

Each region has their own young member representatives and together they make up the young members national advisory committee, who meet officially 3 times a year as well as organise a number of interesting activities throughout the year.

National Young Member Advisory Committee Nominations Open

Nominations are open for the national young member’s Advisory committee, London transport region are entitled to 5 young members’ representatives on this hugely influential body. The committee meets 3 times a year and all we ask is that you enthusiastically represent the views and opinions of young members in your region as well as care about young members’ issues. Previous agenda items include: setting up a young members website; YouTube channel; organising trips to Scotland; creating a young members newsletter, promoting education courses and social events.

Our Ref: Ed/026/13

RMT Reps in TfL No.1's area, 2012

Senior Industrial Representatives
Maria Taylor (TICC, Pier Walk)
Karen Fay (TICC, Pier Walk)
Andre Ashman (Oyster, Pier Walk)
Steve Poole (TIC, Liverpool Street)

Local Industrial elected Reps
Paul Rutland (RNC, Kings Building)
William Childs (CSEP, Buckingham Palace Road)

TfL Health & Safety
Karen Fay (senior rep) (TICC, Pier Walk)
Peter Wicks (TIC, Liverpool Street)
Sarah Hicks (LTM, Covent Garden)
Paul Rutland (RNC, Kings Building)

TfL Union Learning Reps
Joanne Parry (lead rep) (H&S, Palestra)
Maria Taylor (TICC, Pier Walk)

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RMT London Now Has 500 Members

We've reached 500 Members on the RMT London Calling Website.

Signing up is simple just click here. All we need is a username, email address and your membership or NI number so we can identify you are a member of the union.

Once you are signed into the website you can access more information such as documents and articles for members only, as well as commenting on articles and blogs.

Stations and Revenue Control Safety Council

Following elections, the following members were elected to the stations safety council from Jan 1st 2010

Dave Phillips (Neasden Branch) Jason Dew (Finsbury park branch) Ross Marshall (Neasden Branch)

They will join Pat O'Brien on the council for a 3 year term of office.

Im sure everybody will join me in sending a massive thank you to the work of the 3 outgoing members.

Unjum Murza (Stratford Branch) Tony Gandolfi (Camden 3 Branch) Vik Parmar (Central Line west Branch)

They will be missed by the union and the 1000s of members they have supported over the past few years.

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