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Station Functional Council News August 2018

Station Functional Council News is the newsletter for London Underground station workers, produced by RMT activists in the grade.

In this edition:

  • Organising On Night Tube
  • Attendance At Work Policy
  • Crossrail Fightback
  • Code 36 & Performance Issues
  • Uncovered Duties
  • Why All Tube Workers Should Be In The RMT

Please share this newsletter online, and print and distribute it in your workplace.

RMT Night Tube Members' Meeting

RMT Night Tube Members' Meeting.

Friday 18 May 9pm Brixton Union Room

Come meet reps, ask questions, put forward your issues.

RMT invites Night Tube staff to meet your union reps:

- know your rights
- raise your issues
- demand better conditions

Friday 18 May 21:00
Brixton Union Room
(meet at the station gateline for directions)

London Underground management have agreed to review Night Tube station staff’s working conditions. RMT is calling for:

Stations & Revenue Council News May 2018

Please download, distribute and share online Stations & Revenue Council News.

Reports are flooding in from across the combine of routine abuse of the Attendance At Work (AAW) policy.
Given these abuses, all local reps are strongly encouraged to appeal any LDI outcome other than “no further action”.Some classic lines to be on the lookout for when repping members at LDIs:

Elizabeth Line safety concerns raised

STAFFING LEVELS AND WORKING PROCEDURES – ELIZABETH LINE / LUL STATIONS

We note the serious safety concerns in the resolution from our East Ham Branch; and instruct the General Secretary to call a meeting of H&S Reps from affected
lines/stations, the Lead Officer/Relief Lead Officer, Senior Assistant General Secretary and NEC.

Relevant branches and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

RMT hauls LU over the coals for breach of confidentiality

Your union recently exposed a serious breach of data protection by London Underground, whereby historic, and some current, information relating to case conferences, disciplinaries, sickness records, etc., for all station groups and train depots across the combine may have been accessible to a significantly greater number of individuals than those who legitimately needed to access it, via a shared “ESISHARE” drive accessible to CSS and CSM-grade staff logged into OneLondon.

Jubilee South News March 2018

Jubilee South News is the newsletter for workers on the Jubilee Line between Stratford and Westminster, including stations, trains, cleaners, canteen workers and SMD control.

In this edition of Jubilee South News:

  • Does driving on the Jubilee Line damage our hearing?

  • Workers, CCTV and LUL

  • Join us at the next branch meeting

  • Babysitting Stations

  • Overtime - a curious case of who pays?

  • RMT calls on London mayor to end exploitation of Tube cleaners

RMT have not agreed new CSA2 document

Dear all Stations and Revenue Staff,

This afternoon, Friday 9th of March, a communication has been sent out on the intranet titled “explaining the CSA2 role.“

RMT and TSSA members of the Station's Safety Council have been negotiating this document for many months now.

The document sent out today is COMPLETELY unagreed whatsoever with either trade union. Furthermore we where not even shown a copy of prior to it being published.