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RMT to reballot on excessive track noise

- please download the attached leaflet and display it in relevant depots.

Members on the Northern, Jubilee, Central and Victoria lines are currently receiving ballot papers relating to excessive track noise.

The ballot will be conducted on a line by line basis. This ballot has been forced upon us in response to the TU Act 2016 which exhausts ballot mandates after 6 months, meaning that the resounding yes vote mandate that was returned last year would expire in March.

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.

RMT calls strike over "unworkable timetable" on Bakerloo line

TUBE UNION RMT confirmed today that it has called strike action on the Bakerloo line in a dispute over the impact on train drivers over unworkable timetable changes that place operators under intolerable levels of personal stress.

A ballot for action covering driver members produced a 95% vote for action.
Members have been instructed as follows;

Report: TfL Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Forum, 29 January 2020

The TfL Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Trade Union Engagement Forum met on 29 January. RMT was represented by Janine Booth, Paul Greany, Jamie Parry and Daniel Randall (a last-minute stand-in for Glen Hart).

 

RMT tabled five issues for discussion. The other unions did not table any items, but ASLEF, TSSA and Unite did attend, and supported RMT’s demands.

 

1. Recognition of new name/gender

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.