Following talks with LUL, the RMT have agreed to joint briefings with staff to find out how many people wish to change their shift patterns on the BCV Track areas. Some of these briefings have already occurred on the Central Line.
The purpose is purely and simply to obtain information and then work on a solution that will mean that there will be no business need to use Cleshars patrol staff. It is not about staff being compelled to work different shift patterns but a fact finding mission.
More briefings are occurring this week at Seven Sisters and Lambeth. Again this is only an expression of interest and for negotiation purposes only.
Further talks with management will then occur later in the week and then we will speak to our members and fully update them.