Policies agreed at the annual conference of the Fire Brigades Union (FBU), dating back to 1975, can be found on this page.

 

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Pensionable Service

Year: 1976 (120)

conference demands commutation after twenty-five years' to begin from eighteen years' of age.

Wholetime Only

Year: 1976 (12)

conference demands that all forms of retained duties on wholetime shift stations cease as soon as possible.

Full Pension After Twenty-Five

Year: 1976 (118)

this conference instructs the executive of this union to commence immediate negotiations, to obtain, as quickly as possible, twenty-five years' retirement on two thirds pension with commutation...

Full Pension After Twenty-Five

Year: 1976 (117)

conference instructs the executive council to commence negotiations immediately for full pension after twenty-five years' service regardless of age.

Full Pension After Twenty-Five

Year: 1976 (116)

conference demands that firemen should retire after twenty-five years' pensionable service with full pension irrespective of age.

Full Pension After Twenty-Five

Year: 1976 (114)

conference instructs the executive council to commence negotiations with the aim of achieving retirement on full pension after twenty-five years' service, irrespective of age.

Full Pension After Twenty-Five

Year: 1976 (113)

conference demands that retirement for members on full pension rights, after twenty-five years, and all war service to count.

Extend War Service

Year: 1976 (112)

conference demands that "war service" entitlement for pensionable service, be extended to other "war service" exempted occupations.

Counting Of War Service

Year: 1976 (111)

conference demands that every effort is made to remove the date of joining the fire service from the firemen's pension scheme: counting of war service conditions, so that any war service from the...

Counting Of War Service

Year: 1976 (110)

conference considers that the relatively few men who cannot take up their war service before march 31st, 1949, to count towards their fire service pension, because of armed forces commitments, have...

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