Industrial action called in pay parity dispute

PAY PARITY, TRANSPLANT MAINTENANCE & STORES STAFF – LONDON UNDERGROUND (EX-AP JNP) 

We note the report from our Lead Officer who has consulted directly with our members and representative; that the talks with the company have not reached a satisfactory outcome. WeWinstruct our member to take the following Industrial Action Short of a Strike commencing at 00:01 on Wednesday 14th February 2018 in the form of:

  • OVERTIME AND REST DAY WORKING BAN 
  • MEMBERS NOT TO CARRY OUT ROLES BEYOND THEIR SUBSTANTIVE POSITIONS AND LOCATIONS 
  • MEMBERS NOT TO DEVIATE FROM CURRENT VALID APPROVED WORK AND SAFETY INSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS
  • MEMBERS NOT TO DEVIATE FROM CURRENT VALID APPROVED RISK ASSESSMENTS
  • MEMBERS NOT TO DEVIATE FROM LATEST ISSUE OF TUBE LINES SUPPLEMENT TO THE RULE BOOKBOOK
  • MEMBERS NOT TO WORK ONSITE UNLESS A FIRST AIDER IS ON DUTY 
  • MEMBERS NOT TO PERFORM COACHING AND/OR BUDDY DUTIES
  • REST BREAKS TO BE TAKEN WITHIN LEGAL/AGREED PARAMETRES 
  • PERSONALMOBILE DEVICES ARE NOT FOR WORK RELATED USE

We remain available for talks with the company and at ACAS Members to be advised by email and text. LU Fleet Branch and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

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