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Date Sat, 13 Feb 2021 09:16:28 +0200

The cold is one of the great problems that workers suffer, especially in certain dependencies and dates. For years we have denounced the extreme cold that we face day after day in certain stations, pit lathes and work in outbuildings. ---- Prevention continues to look the other way, ignoring the serious risk that it poses to our health, without giving a definitive solution to these problems, which undoubtedly affect working conditions, transgressing legal regulations. We remind you that it is your obligation to put measures to alleviate or avoid these situations, and that you must advise the services involved. In several sections they have to choose between clothes with fleece or without lining…, no comment. Does a company of this magnitude really need to make its staff choose whether to be cold in winter or hot in the rest of the months? It is shameful that those affected and affected are not equipped with both types of clothing.

After much struggle, we finally got it included in the uniform supply of thermal shirt and sock station staff. At the moment, it has only been sent to landlines in stations marked as extremely cold. However, the company assures that it is bidding for a greater quantity of clothing to provide all the personnel.


In the current scenario, every shift counts. We cannot forget that every time we move on public transport we expose ourselves to a possible contagion of coronavirus.

In the Operative, agents who have split shifts have a double exposure to contagion. We understand (and hope) that it is an exceptional circumstance and that, with a bit of good will, the formula could be found to avoid this double exposure, adapting them to perform a continuous shift. Let's not forget that we are talking about the health of workers. Is it not avoidable to make them come and go several times in the middle of the third wave of infections?

Several months ago we put on the table an action plan based on certain variables, which would set in motion

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