Wellbeing Day

LAS UNISON are pleased to see that the London Ambulance Service are to give ALL staff an extra days annual leave (to be called a wellbeing day), as a thank you for the work we have all done over the past year during the COVID-19 pandemic. LAS UNISON formally raised this with the service at […]

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London Package 2021 – Improving Working Lives

At our branch meeting today (24 March 2021) we discussed and agreed to send the following letter to the London Ambulance Service CEO. It was also discussed at our AGM. Dear Garrett, In 2014 our late great friend, Branch Secretary of LAS UNISON – Eric Roberts, wrote to the London Ambulance Service CEO at the […]

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FREE tuition and qualification for Functional Skills

Level 2 in English and Mathematics This is available to any member who does not have a GCSE or equivalent in English and Mathematics and wants to enter a higher education course, including the LAS Paramedic Program. Times – 10:00 – 15:30 Time scales – Up to a maximum of 45 hours teaching, though to complete ASAP depending on […]

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UPDATE YOUR DETAILS – RESULTS!

The draw took place on Wednesday 24 February 2021 at our branch meeting. The winners are: Croyde Bay £250 Voucher Winners: Name Station Role George Solomou Homerton EMT Renata Zanre  Friern Barnet  Admin Victor Gibson Post Room HQ  Supervisor   Thomas Rudd Homerton Paramedic Goody Bag Winners: Name Station Role  Bethan Williams Edmonton TEAC  Stephen Maguire […]

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

All members of the LAS UNISON Branch are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting. It is important that as many members as possible attend in order to make it a representative meeting.   UNISON’s new General Secretary, Christina McAnea  will be addressing our AGM. Due to the coronavirus, the meeting will be held online […]

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Londoners should exercise ‘common sense’ when dialling 999, says UNISON

London ambulance workers are concerned the service faces breaking point amid increasing 999 calls and numbers of staff hit by ​Covid, says UNISON today (​Friday). The London Ambulance Service (LAS) is now urging the public to ring 999 only for life-threatening emergencies, says UNISON, which represents paramedics and call handlers. The numbers ​of people dialling for help have reached 8,000 during a 24-hour period, compared with 5,500 normally. Hundreds […]

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Loss of another Much Loved Member Of LAS UNISON

On Wednesday 16th December 2020 we lost another Romford and North East legend, Emergency Medical Technician and UNISON Member ‘Robbie Muir’ after a short illness in hospital. Robbie joined the London Ambulance Service 25 years ago and spent all of his career on the Romford Complex. Robbie was a much loved member of Staff at […]

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Overtime Payments

Some staff should be receiving additional overtime payments this month for COVID related absences. UNISON raised this issue with People & Culture on the 6 May 2020 in relation to staff who have had to be off work due to COVID. We have been raising it regularly at meetings and other forums since then and […]

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