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Disability Working Group

DWG logoThe TSSA Disability Working Group is a group for TSSA members who have disabilities as defined in the current version of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995.

Aims of our Group

The TSSA Disability Working Group exists to advance the interests of TSSA members with disabilities by:

  1. Providing support for TSSA members with disabilities, and striving to increase their active participation in union affairs;
  2. Campaigning on issues facing TSSA members with disabilities, within the union, within the workplace, and in society in general;
  3. Raising awareness of disability issues amongst the TSSA membership, amongst employers, and in society in general;
  4. Ensuring effective representation of TSSA members with disabilities;
  5. Advising the TSSA Executive Committee on matters relating to disabilities

The TSSA Disability Working Group had its inaugural meeting on Saturday 27 November 2005 and was created to provide a safe, caring forum for members who have any type of disability to come along and discuss any issues or concerns they may have.

ALL members will be given the opportunity to put their opinions forward.

Too often people with disabilities are excluded. The policy of this group is inclusion not exclusion.

Visit the DWG website at www.tssadwg.com

Latest News

  1. TSSA / RSSB Mental Health Conference 2017 – Wednesday 22 March, London

    25 January 2017

    TSSA has agreed to run a joint Mental Health Conference with the Rail Safety & Standards Board (RSSB) on Wednesday 22 March 2017 at RSSB’s premises at The Helicon, 1 South Place, London

  2. TSSA ballots GTR staff on strike action

    3 August 2016

    New strike threat at Southern over ticket office closures.

  3. Ministers must now act on GTR, says TSSA

    5 July 2016

    Manuel Cortes, leader of the TSSA rail union, called on Ministers to step in and take over the running of the GTR franchise immediately.

  4. Advice to members facing hate crime abuse

    29 June 2016

    TSSA urges members to offer solidarity and support to neighbours, friends and colleagues who may be in the firing line of post-Brexit racial abuse and for members who face such abuse not to suffer in silence.

  5. Hazards Conference 2016

    20 June 2016

    TSSA reps who wish to attend the 2016 Hazards Conference 'Building Resistance to Support Safety Reps in July need to complete the survey below.

 

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