LU has recently produced a booklet on fatigue that puts the onus on us make sure we're fit for our role.
LT Health & safety
The horsemeat scandal has hit London Underground.
Sodexo, the firm that caters for the LU canteens, has withdrawn frozen beef products across the UK after horsemeat was found.
Industrial action has kicked off on the Bakerloo line this morning, as drivers impose our own, safe detrainment procedure in place of management's reckless and dangerous one.
So you thought that rolling stock units were checked every 14 days, right? Wrong.
Verbally assaulted? Pushed around? Spat at? Feels like station staff are having to put up with more aggression since the Olympics died down.
Some drivers repeatedly find that the headlights of oncoming trains - usually S stock or London Overground trains - dazzle our vision.
LU Occupational Health's guidance on avoiding fatigue from shift work made interesting reading.
RMT took industrial action against OSN 101 - a set of new procedures designed to speed up the service and reduce the need for station staff at the expense of safety.
So Neasden Met depot finally got its new walkboards, needed because the south dock was too short for the trains. Only problem is ...
When is a Station Supervisor not in charge of a station, and a Train Operator not in charge of a train? When LU wants to cut corners to keep the service running and the cash coming in, apparently.