LUL Revenue Control

News and articles for LUL Revenue Control Inspectors

Power Control Strike - Safety Information

  • LUL document reveals power control strike could lead to line suspensions
  • Attached below is LUL 'change assurance plan' and information which can be displayed in depots and other relevant workplaces.

As you may be aware our power control room members are currently taking industrial action. This action started at 20.00hrs on July 1st and is scheduled to run until the 20.00hrs on July 15th.

The Train’s Safety Council met with management prior to earlier planned action by these workers to discuss how this would impact on the safety of drivers.

Every Job Matters Strike Details

Tube Union RMT confirmed today that following a ballot of members across London Underground in a dispute over jobs, services and safety that recorded a massive vote for both strike action and action short of a strike members are instructed to take action as follows:

Strike Action

  • Members except drivers to cease work between 12.00 hours on 4th February until 11.59 hours on 6th February.
    • Driver members not to book on for any shifts between those hours.

Significant Breakthrough Reached In Revenue Control Industrial Relation Breakdown

We note the report from our Regional Organiser, and the verbal report from our LUL Revenue Control representatives that there has been significant progress on the issues that our members raised. We remain vigilant and instruct the General Secretary to obtain a report from our representatives and place this in front of us within 28 days.

London Transport Regional Council, branches with London Underground members and LUL revenue control representatives to be advised.

Unfilled Revenue Vacancies Unacceptable Says RMT

We note the report from our Regional Organiser, and the verbal report from our LUL Revenue Control representatives that a significant number of vacancies remain unfilled. This is an unacceptable situation, as it is increasing our members’ workload, blocking promotion and transfer, and denying job opportunities at a time of high unemployment.

We instruct the General Secretary to obtain a report from our representatives and place this in front of us within 28 days.

STATION & REVENUE GRADES COMMITTEE 25/07/13

In the face of LU's recently-declared intention to implement MOBILE STATION SUPERVISION on ex-Silverlink stations, the planned closure of Whitechapel and potentially Vauxhall and Temple ticket offices, it's time to ramp up our organising efforts.

To this end, there are two important events next week:

1. Stations Recruitment Day. Thursday 25th July. District Line. Meet 1030, Whitechapel Station. With LU intending to close Whitechapel ticket office, it's vital to boost the membership and morale on District Line stations.

Fatigue - Station And Revenue Grades

This circular is from RMT General Secretary Bob Crow

The following resolution was adopted at the 2012 National Conference of Station and Associated Grades concerning fatigue. Subsequently, the General Grades Committee adopted the following report from the GGC Health & Safety Sub-committee:

“That we note the resolution from our National Conference of Station and Associated Grades 2012.

London Calling Newsletter April 2013

The latest edition of RMT London Calling Newsletter has been released. You can view or download it below.

In this edition:

  • Job cuts: Now LU tears up machinery of negotiation
  • Why has LU got to save money?
  • Olympic robbery
  • Still seeking justice for the 33
  • ISS wants Cleaners to Pay for New Contract with LU
  • RCIs Move Closer To Unprecedented Strike Ballot
  • LT Regional Secretary, John Reid, in Camden Council Election Campaign
  • LTRC Officers 2013