Union fears over firefighting cuts at Capenhurst nuclear plant

Union fears over firefighting cuts at Capenhurst nuclear plant
 

Fears are being raised about a proposed reduction in the firefighting capability of the in-house service at the Capenhurst nuclear site.
Trade union GMB says 25 male and female emergency response and rescue staff at Urenco’s uranium enrichment plant have balloted for strike action because their roles are threatened with redundancy.
Regional officer Albie McGuigan says there are plans to create 12-15 security and fire marshal jobs instead, but staff would be on reduced pay.
They would be tasked with containing incidents until Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service arrived on scene which would... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 51
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