Meetings and events

Resolutions passed by RMT Disabled Members' Advisory Committee meeting, 19 June 2020

1. DISABLED MEMBERS IN SCOTLAND

2. REFLECTION ROOMS

3. DISABLED PASSENGERS AND TIMETABLE CHANGES

4. CENTENARY OF THE BLIND PEOPLE'S MARCH

5. CONFERENCE CHAIR'S EXPENSES

6. COVID-19, DISABLED MEMBERS AND CARERS

7. ONLINE TRAINING ON DISABILITY

 

 

1. DISABLED MEMBERS IN SCOTLAND

21 days of anti-racism

RMT London Transport Regional Council’s Black Solidarity Committee is organising 21 days of anti-racism events and activities.

Download the attached poster and agenda to learn more. You can also print and display it in your workplace.

RMT National Black & Ethnic Members’ Advisory Committee T-shirts for 2020 Conference

RMT National Black & Ethnic Members’ Advisory Committee have specially commissioned logo’d T-shirts to be allocated to delegates at their 2020 conference taking place at Liverpool’s Hilton city centre 24 & 25 March.

To order your t-shirt, please email the Black & Ethnic Members’ Chair Glen Hart glenharttusc@gmail.com with your name, branch and t-shirt size.

Get details on the conference here

Solidarity.

Change of date: LUL Pay dispute mass meeting

Meeting

 

 

To all LUL Level 1 Representatives (including former Tube Lines)

RATES OF PAY AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE – LONDON UNDERGROUND LIMITED

Please be advised that RMT has called a mass meeting of LUL Representatives to report and receive feedback on developments concerning the 2019 claim for improvements to rates of pay and conditions of service and management’s proposed four–year deal. Myself and your National Executive Committee Representative, Jared Wood, will be in attendance.

Stations and Revenue Grades Committee Annual General Meeting

Dear all,

We are planning a strategy to improve attendance and engagement with the Stations and Revenue Grades committee, as this can potentially be a powerful organising tool for stations and revenue staff. With the revenue inspectors under attack, major concerns over a two tier workforce in stations and revenue, increased attacks on staff and a dramatic rise in incidences of unstaffed stations, our grades are under attack on many fronts.