Newsletters

All LTRC Newsletters and regular bulletins

RMT Upfront September 2017: Health and Safety news

RMT Upfront is the newsletter for Tube drivers from RMT activists.  In this health and safety edition:

  • Terrorist attack at Parson’s Green, management response highlights shortcomings
  • Not HOT, and what’s WHAT?
  • Flash & dash rehashed
  • Role out of training is not good enough
  • Radios and suspect packages
  • SPAD Rule Amalgamation
  • Cab Security

Please distribute the newsletter in your workplace and share it online.

Admin Customer Charter

At the latest MATS Functional Council (21/09/17), we raised issues around the Admin Customer Charter. To confirm, the document available is only a draft and has not been agreed by the unions. Management confirmed that this document is NOT to be used as a performance measure or in disciplinary action. They claim it is only guidance.

Newsnight September 2017

RMT Newsnight is news and information for Night Tube staff.  In this edition:

  • Dont face management alone - use your union rep
  • Piccadilly Line driver shortage
  • RMT branch meetings: You're welcome
  • London Overground

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RMT Upfront September 2017

RMT Upfront is the newsletter for Tube drivers from the RMT.

In this edition which focuses on the current dispute:

  • RMT pursues resolution in pay dispute 
  • A four day week at what cost? 
  • Trains Grades meeting 
  • 4 Day 36 Hour Week
  • Pro rata working  arrangements 
  • Weekend working 
  • Career development 

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Bakerloo News September 2017

Bakerloo News is the newsletter for workers on the Bakerloo Line from RMT Bakerloo branch activists.

In this edition:

  • LU attacks RMT stations reps
  • Reinstate Danny Davis!
  • Cleaning contract transfer
  • Queens Park bosses: Making it up as they go along on sickness and attendance
  • Bakerloo driver wins pay reinstatement

RMT Upfront Four Day Week Special, August 2017

RMT Upfront is the newsletter for London Underground train drivers, produced by RMT activists.

In this special edition which focuses on the Four Day Week trial at the following articles:

  • Four day week trial ends soon, - Permanent roll out could mean all spare duties extended to ten hours
  • Why did the trial take place?
  • RMT Charter calls for four day, 32 hour week
  • Reduced hours working

Take the debate to your branch.

RMT Upfront Late June 2017

RMT Upfront is a newsletter for London Underground drivers, from RMT activists and reps on the Tube.

In this edition:

  • Watergate Scandal
  • Station staff needed
  • A change too far
  • Dust committee up and running
  • Cab security
  • Night Tube

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