Keep the North Sea  –  Puma Free Campaign- Unite to meet The Scottish Transport Minister – Humza Yousaf MSP

#KeeptheNorthSeaPumaFree
Unite the Union  delegation of offshore reps and regional officers  will  meet with  Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for Transport and the Islands as  part of the ongoing campaign to keep the North Sea Puma Free
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                                                                Humza Yousaf  MSP
The delegation will meet 19th December at 2.30pm until 3.15pm in the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.
 Grahame Smith, STUC General Secretary, and sister offshore unions will also be in attendance to convey the message from Union members working offshore to the transport minister – Airbus  – Oil and Gas Uk and all operators and contractors – the Offshore workforce have lost all confidence in the 225 Super Puma Chopper and there should be no return of this  chopper on commercial operations
Unite has written to Offshore oil companies and contractors  – not one has said they intend to use super pumas to transport their workers offshore.- Norwegian oil company Statoil has publicly stated that they will not use the 225s again.
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If you are a Unite member and you  would like to attend  please contact
the Unite Aberdeen Office on 01224 645 271  or contact your Unite the Union rep or branch secretary.
Unite offshore  contact –  http://www.uniteoffshore.net/contact.html

If you are not yet a member of Unite and you work offshore   can you afford not to join

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