Agreement reached between ASLEF and GTR

02 February 2017

Commenting on the agreement ASLEF General Secretary Mick Whelan said ‘I welcome this agreement which is a significant step forward in addressing the safety concerns of ASLEF members on Southern Rail.’

Mick added ‘ASLEF has never been against changes to working methods. Rather we believe any changes should be negotiated through agreed procedures. I am confident this this deal can provide a safer and appropriately staffed railway for passengers on Southern Rail and I will be recommending it to our members.’

 

Notes to Editors

ASLEF’s around 930 members on Southern Rail will vote in a referendum on whether or not to accept the deal. Ballot papers will be dispatched on February 3rd and must be returned by 10.00am on 16th February.

 

 


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