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Chief Executive Richard Henderson said “We have pledged our support to colleagues who face a terminal illness by being the first ambulance service to sign the ‘Dying to Work Charter’. Read More
The charter is part of the Trade Union Congress’ wider ‘Dying to Work’ campaign, which is seeking greater security for terminally ill workers so they cannot be dismissed as a result of their condition. Patron of the Campaign and GMB member, Jacci Woodcock was also at the signing.
GMB Regional Organiser Colin Todd said “I am delighted that EMAS has signed the Charter. GMB leads put this forward to EMAS when they heard about the campaign and the charter. GMB has a positive relationship with EMAS and this is testament to that.”
Tony Davies, GMB Executive Lead said “It’s great that EMAS are the first Ambulance Trust in the country to sign up to the charter. I hope other Ambulance Trusts follow suit. I will raise it at the next National Ambulance Committee.”
Front row – Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development Kerry Gulliver; Patron Jacci Woodcock; Chief Executive Richard Henderson, TUC Regional Secretary Lee Barron.
Back row – Unison Rep Lee Goddard; GMB Regional Organiser Colin Todd; GMB Executive Lead Anthony Davies