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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Counting Of War Service

Year: 1976 (109)

conference demands that any member of the fire service who joined after june 30th, 1950, shall have war service counted for pension purposes in exactly the same way as members who joined before the...

Counting Of War Service

Year: 1976 (108)

conference demands that all war service be counted for pensionable purposes regardless of entry date into the fire service.

Counting Of War Service

Year: 1976 (107)

conference demands that all wartime service should be counted for pensionable purposes regardless of entry date into the fire service.

One Examination Board

Year: 1976 (104)

conference demands the abolition of the educational paper in the leading fireman's promotional examination, and the provision of one examination board within the united kingdom, for all examinations.

Appliance Manning

Year: 1976 (100)

conference demands that all pumping appliances shall have at least a crew of four men, of which one is either a junior officer, or a fireman who is in receipt of an acting up allowance, to be...

M.O.T. Testing

Year: 1976 (1)

(incorporating resolutions 101,102,103) conference demands that all fire brigade appliances, including spares be subject to m.o.t. testing and plating and that this be carried out by an independent...

Eleven Plus Exams

Year: 1976
this conference instructs the executive council to make immediate representation to the secretary of state for education on the grounds that tameside district council are implementing the eleven plus...

Housing Policy

Year: 1976
this conference, utterly condemns any change of government policy which allows the sale of council houses. it calls upon government to re-affirm its opposition to councils selling off their stock of...

Brigade Medical Facilities

Year: 1975 (99)

conference demands that medical facilities be attached to brigades, with the expertise to deal with and research all health problems and hazards that the fire service of today has to face.

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