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Piccadilly Line Lone Working planned action explained

Further to our NEC decision of 11.6.19; we further add and clarify the following instruction on the General Secretary to ballot all affected Station Staff at the Heathrow Group and Train Operators, Night Tube Train Operators & Operator Instructors on the Piccadilly Line for industrial action in the form of:

  • Strike Action
  • Station Staff to refuse lone working at all times
  • Train Ops to refuse to enter sidings alone / unaccompanied

Members to be advised by email & text.

Marylebone Station Mess Room

Subject: Marylebone Station Mess Room

We note the correspondence from Bakerloo Line Branch and instruct the General Secretary to convene a meeting at Unity House of the SAGS, Lead Officer, RMT Health & Safety Officer.

Health & Safety Reps, and NEC particularly the Health & Safety Sub Committee at the earliest opportunity.  

Bakerloo Branch & Relevant Regional Council to be informed.

 

 

Piccadilly Line lone working ballot announced

Subject: LONE WORKING, NIGHT TUBE STAFF – LONDON UNDERGROUND

That we note the report from our Lead Officer and instruct the General Secretary to advise the company we are now in dispute and to ballot all affected Station Staff at
the Heathrow Group and Train Operators & Operator Instructors on the Piccadilly Line for Action Short of a Strike in the form of:

Red Tabards: real issue is lack of staff, not lack of visibility

The RMT's Regional Organiser John Leach has written to London Underground to highlight our ongoing concerns about red tabards following an article in LU's propoganda magazine 'On The Move.'

John Leach wrote to remind tube bosses that we remain in dispute and to request a meeting about claims made in the article.

The Letter

Jean Cockerill
Human Resources Director
London Underground Ltd
Palestra
7th Floor, 197 Blackfriars Road
London
SE1 8NJ

16th May 2019

Dear Jean

RMT calls urgent meeting to discuss Night Tube lone working dangers

LONE WORKING, NIGHT TUBE STAFF - LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/14/10)

The following resolution has been received from Piccadilly & District West Branch:-

“This branch notes the recent attack by drunk passengers on a member of night tube at T5 and the failure to attend by BTP. This is typical of termini stations where drunken passengers have to be woken to leave trains but not solely at termini stations.

Urgent meeting called over 'unacceptable treatment of our Night Tube members'

Subject: LONE WORKING, NIGHT TUBE STAFF – LONDON UNDERGROUND

That we note the resolution from our Piccadilly & District West Branch regarding the unacceptable treatment of our Night Tube Members.

We instruct the General Secretary to arrange an urgent meeting of our Night Tube IR and H&S Representatives, Piccadilly & District West Branch Officers, the Lead Officer, Senior Assistant General Secretary and members of the NEC in attendance.

Members to be advised by email and text.

Progress made addressing staff shortages at Hendon Central

Subject: DUTIES/SHIFTS COVERAGE, HENDON CENTRAL GROUP – LONDON UNDERGROUND

That we note the report from our Lead Officer that progress is being made in addressing the unsafe staff shortages, and that matters are currently in hand.

We instruct the General Secretary to place an updated report back in front of this NEC.

Members to be advised by email & text.

Camden 3 Branch and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.`

RMT calls for meeting with Tube bosses to discuss ticket machine procedures

Subject: TICKET MACHINE IRREGULARITIES – LONDON UNDERGROUND

That we note the resolution from our Piccadilly & District West Branch regarding the unacceptable situation around flaws in the company’s POM procedures which are leading to financial discrepancies and disciplinary action against our members.

We instruct the General Secretary to arrange a director level meeting with the company with the knowledge that if our meeting request is refused or the outcome is not acceptable; a combine wide stations dispute may be our only and necessary course of action.

Newsletter: April pay claim update for stations

- Please download and distribute the attached newsletter at your station, and share this article online.

After five days of “negotiation”, London Underground has rejected all the demands in RMT’s pay claim. LU has made an “offer”, which is for a one-year deal on pay only, proposing an RPI percentage increase (currently 2.5%), and which is contingent on the union dropping all demands in our claim, including the demand for a flat-rate pay increase and a 32-hour working week.

Tube stations left unstaffed for 7,500 hours in 2018

The RMT has submitted a Freedom of Information request that has revealed that stations were left unstaffed on at least 863 occasions last year, totalling 7490 hours.

This comes in spite of London Underground's promise following the much hated 'Fit for the Future' job cuts plan that all stations would be staffed during traffic hours.

- Read the attached leaflet for further information