London Underground's destructive urges continue unabated, with their latest effort - getting rid of emergency stop plungers on platforms.
LT Health & safety
Last month, there was water ingress at Paddington and the Fire Control Panel did not work. So had there been a fire, the system would not necessarily have kicked in to detect and suppress it.
LUL must have temporarily forgotten its commitment to a world-class customer service as it hospitalised two of its 'customers' by allowing them to be whacked round the face by an inter-car barrier at Mile End.
When local management left both CSA and SAMF duties uncovered at South Woodford, the Station Supervisor had an evening full of grief as he had to deal with everything alone and passengers vented their frustration about the closed ticket office and lack of help available.
As one of the Pier Walk (North Greenwich) brigade, I think that Jubilee Line weekend engineering work has become a safety issue.
Jubilee line drivers are rapidly coming to the conclusion that TBTC stand for Too Botched To Consider.
Wembley Park drivers are unimpressed with management's apparent inability to ventilate the depot properly.
A shocking incident on the Victoria line on 10 August shows just how reckless management are getting with our and our passengers' safety.
Swine flu has hit London Underground staff, but there is still no clear statement from management that absences will not count as an item under the Attendance policy.
Managers at Woodford have got it into their heads that station staff should detrain the reversers in sixty seconds! Maybe they are limbering us up for the Olympics.