Red hivi dispute

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
7th Floor, 197 Blackfriars Road

16th May 2019

Dear Jean

RMT to ballot station members over 'ill-conceived' red tabards

That we note the resolution from our London Transport Regional Council and understand clearly that the introduction of red tabards across London Underground
stations and the ill-conceived and imposed manner in which this was done is solely driven by the intentional lack of staff on our stations calculated as a cost cutting

Bakerloo News January 2019

Bakerloo News has all the latest updates from the RMT Bakerloo branch.

In this edition:

  • Union action wins concessions

  • Fight goes on: hold the bosses to their commitments

  • Access all areas?

  • Organising on the SRT

  • Challenging unsafe practices on North Group

  • Red tabards

Please download the newsletter and distribute it in your Bakerloo Line workplace, and share it online too.

Imposition of red tabards

Subject: RED TABARDS, STATION STAFF – LONDON UNDERGROUND That we note with concern of our Bakerloo Line Branch that the company have ignored our members health & safety concerns expressed by their representatives and have imposed the new red tabards on stations staff. We instruct the General Secretary to place a report in front of the NEC without delay. Bakerloo Line Branch and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.