LUL Service Control

News, reports and information for London Underground service control staff

Say No To DRMS

View the poster by clicking the image or hitting 'download attachment' below.

It has been raised by the RMT Union that handing over the control of signalling equipment or control to an unqualified member of staff who doesn’t have the right paperwork, knowledge or regular work of signalling in that area can put the safety of the railway in jeopardy!

Service Control Meeting

The next service control meeting is on Wednesday 16th May - 12.30 on PAY DAY at Conference Room 1, RMT HQ, Unity House, 39 Chalton Street.

Closes Tubes are Euston & Kings Cross.

This should be an important meeting as figures for expected job cuts when the new Hammersmith SCC is opened have just been released. Read this article for the latest details and the Service Control newsletter for April.

Service Control Dispute Newsletter April Edition 2

London Underground has finally supplied RMT with projected figures for Hammersmith SCC. These figures confirm a 50% cut for all Service Operators and Service Controllers Level 1 & 2, which will now all be rebranded to Area Controllers and Regional Controllers. All staff will have to apply for positions in the new control room, that includes management!

Click 'read more' to see the April edition of SC News, or download it below and distribute amongst your colleagues.

LU Olympics Working: Update from ACAS Talks

At ACAS talks today, RMT stated that we wished to discuss with LU management how to deliver the staffing arrangements needed in all grades to provide London with the transport service it needs in order to make the Olympic and Paralympic Games a success. We stated that RMT believes that this can be achieved within the parameters of existing agreements, and would explain to LU management how this could be done, expecting management to consider these proposals and give its views.

Service Control April Newsletter

Service control staff are being denied basic representation by managemment, hundreds of staff will lose their jobs when Hammersmith SCC is opened and management refuse to discuss alternative employment or the number of staff at risk.
A ridiculous campaign continues where managemnt consult staff 1 to 1 but offer no alternative proposals, just do you want to work at Hammersmith or not?
Staff need to stick together and force management to the table, a meeting has been arranged for April the 18th please attend.

Olympic Recognition And Reward – Transport For London

We note the report from our Regional Organiser. At ACAS yesterday (26 March), RMT made clear that in
order to proceed with talks we need a statement from management that no RMT members will be forced to break Framework Agreements. This has not yet been forthcoming from management, and until it is, all talks are adjourned.