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RMT writes to LU to discuss concerns about CBTC system

INTRODUCTION OF CBTC, METROPOLITAN LINE - LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/14/2)

I previously advised you that, with regard to a resolution submitted by our Neasden Branch which highlighted a number of areas of concern for members working in Trains, Stations and Service Control over the introduction of the new Communication Based Train Control (CBTC), I was instructed to inform London Underground that a failure to address these matters would result in a dispute situation existing (Ref: IR/515/19, 18th December 2019).

Revenue to be balloted over creation of new grade on inferior terms

JUSTICE FOR STATION AND REVENUE STAFF (LUL/14/2)

I previously advised you that RMT has launched a campaign for Justice for Station and Revenue Staff (Ref: IR/023/20, 15th January 2020, with the immediate instruction from your National Executive Committee being that I commence a ballot of Revenue Control Inspectors.

Staff Our Stations: reps campaigning meeting

A station worker assists a passenger

REMINDER - Staff our Stations - Reps Campaigning Meeting - Thursday 16th January 

Dear colleague,

As part of the Staff Our Stations campaign, the NEC has instructed me to arrange a high profile meeting of station staff reps including Tier 2 and Health and Safety reps and branches that represent station staff.

Violence and assaults against rail workers and members is soaring. Despite this, station staffing is under increasing attack from the private train companies which are attempting to close ticket offices and cut hours and staffing at stations.

Tube bosses plan "offers nothing to station grades suffering from threats and violence at work"

TERMS AND CONDITIONS, STATION STAFF - LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/14/2)

The following resolution was submitted for consideration to your National Executive Committee by both our Neasden Branch and the London Transport Regional Council:

“Neasden Branch notes the resolution passed by the LTRC calling for a combine-wide ballot of station grades over London Underground's failure to properly address the issue of workplace violence.

Meeting called to discuss assaults on Tube staff and work conditions

Subject: TERMS AND CONDITIONS, STATION STAFF – LONDON UNDERGROUND

That we note the resolution from our Neasden Branch and that consultation has now occurred with branches in the London Transport Region who are fully supportive of a move to a ballot for industrial action in the forms of Strike Action & Actions Short of a Strike if the company does not come to terms with this union.

Stations Functional News: Fight Back on Stations

Violence against staff on LU stations is becoming a daily occurrence.

Lone working is not acceptable when our members face such high levels of risk of assault.

LU has refused to fill nearly 100 RCI posts and now management are talking about downgrading these jobs.

The running sore of CSA2 members being paid thousands of pounds less than others for doing the same job must be resolved.

Read the latest RMT News.

RMT prepares to ballot over dismissal of CSA

A station worker assists a passenger

Subject: DISMISSAL, MEMBER, CSA, PICCADILLY CIRCUS AREA – LONDON UNDERGROUND

That we note the resolution and share the concerns of our Bakerloo Line Branch around the arbitrary discounting of evidence and severity of sanction in comparison to
similar cases.

We therefore instruct the General Secretary to pursue the following course of defensive actions should our member’s coming appeal not result in his reinstatement; in line with the resolution: