Author Archives: Fraer Stevenson

MIND and UNISON collaborate to offer free training to improve mental health

The first of a series of free workshops planned: STOP Suicide workshops

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Ambulance Trust reneges on welfare commitment to frontline staff

NTK this week (2nd March) includes an article from the Director of Service Delivery stating, ‘the handover to clear element also has a 15 minute target and that is the expectation on every one of us.’ This is apparently linked … Continue reading

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“It’s vital that staff at every level feel able to speak out freely without fear of retaliation”

UNISON commissioned an independent consultancy to review bullying, harassment, discrimination and casework in the East of England Ambulance Service. The 48 page report has been released today based on findings from the 534 staff who took part in the review.

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Collective Student Paramedic Grievance – NOT upheld

The collective student Paramedic grievance (lodged in April 2016) has not been upheld. This means the panel has not agreed to address the delays to the student pathway – student paramedic progression into band 6 is not protected and the … Continue reading

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Please share your views…

The ‘new’ incidental overtime form came to our local partnership forums, as well as our staff partnership forums last year for discussion. 

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Hearing date set for the Student Paramedic collective grievance. 

Thank you to all the students who signed the open letter to Robert Morton and took time to email him directly and/or write to your MPs.

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Late finishes and meal break update 

After going through a very difficult period of negotiations with the Trust to avoid industrial action, a pilot of IX and changes to the calls crews can go to in their interruptible period of meal breaks was introduced in August … Continue reading

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