Cabin Air Safety: Take three steps
1. Have you been exposed to a fume event on board?
Cabin crew members who have suffered a recognisable ‘fume event’ on board are being urged to register their details on Unite’s cabin air ‘fume event’ register, details below.
2. If you've suffered symptoms consistent with exposure to toxic cabin air,
please call our Legal Service helpline without delay on 03330 146569.
Unite is pursuing almost 100 legal cases over exposure to toxic cabin air on behalf of cabin crew members, and the number of cases is expected to grow.
3. Contact our dedicated H&S rep @ easyJet.
It is more important than ever for crew to report any incidents, we as crew need to report more and more via safetynet in order to provide the company with the evidence required to help improve our working conditions - from disruptive passengers, fume events, on-board accidents and even catering issues, all need to be reported each and every time.
Completing CSR's and fatigue reports is an essential part of your responsibilities as cabin crew under the new EASA rules and is the most important way in which we can get easyJet to change procedures and improve our terms and conditions.
Robert Fettes is our dedicated Health & Safety rep @ easyjet.
Rob is an experienced easyJet Cabin Manager and Unite workplace rep based at LTN.
Please use this contact form to contact Rob regarding any Health & Safety issues you have @ easyJet.
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