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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Shift duty system

Year: 2018

Conference notes there are currently a large variety of different shift duty systems being worked throughout UK Fire and Rescue Services. Some of these duty systems comply with Section 4, Part A,...

Social media training

Year: 2018

Conference recognises that this Union has adopted social media as a tool for campaigning at a national level.

Conference applauds a number of local FBU Brigade Committees that have...

Grey book redeployment

Year: 2018

Conference notes the worrying lack of Grey Book redeployment opportunities both locally and nationally for Members who are no longer able to maintain their physical fitness.

Conference...

Political engagement strategy

Year: 2018

Conference recognises the importance of political campaigning and the need for this Union to be as active as possible within the Labour Party.

Conference calls on the Executive...

Pensions

Year: 2018

Conference notes Emergency Resolution 4 – Firefighter Pensions in the Aftermath of the General Election, passed by Conference 2015.

Conference further notes the inequity in actuarial...

Sexual harassment in the workplace

Year: 2018

The impact of sexual harassment in the workplace can have a damaging effect on the recipient’s mental and physical health, often resulting in poor performance and attendance at work. The cost to...

Flexible contribution rates

Year: 2018

Conference notes that rightly the contribution rate for Control Members is set at the same level as wholetime or job share operational firefighters.

Staff who are on reduced earnings...

Mental health, working whilst unwell

Year: 2018

Research has indicated that LGBT people are up to three times more likely to suffer from a mental health condition than the rest of society.

Conference suspects that the actual impact...

Reporting back following executive council meetings

Year: 2018

Transparency and accountability must be at the heart of any democratic Trade Union. To ensure maximisation of trust, it is vital that Members are able to scrutinise the conduct and decisions of...

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