TSSA


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AcronymDefinition
TSSATechnical Standards and Safety Authority (Canada)
TSSATransport Salaried Staffs Association
TSSATanta Students' Scientific Association (Egypt)
TSSATechnology Standards for School Administrators
TSSATokyo SuperStar Awards
TSSATennessee State Soccer Association
TSSATropical Sport Shooting Association
TSSATechnical Safety Standards Association
TSSATriMedia Software Streaming Architecture
TSSATraining Systems Support Activity
TSSATotal Ship Survivability Assessment
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TSSA leader Manuel Cortes said: "This is a crisis of the company's own making as they have failed to recruit enough train drivers."
TSSA general secretary Manuel Cortes said: "ScotRail wouldn't need to force driver train managers to cover shifts if they had employed enough drivers in the first place."
The TSSA said this has implications for other workers but claims it was excluded from negotiations.
Today, I am pleased to report that TSSA has developed a plan to address the Auditor General's high safety risk recommendations within the next year.
After visiting the hospital for the check presentation, TSSA Board President and owner of Ideal Self Storage in Waco, TX, Chris Martin said, "These kids have had a seemingly insurmountable obstacle in their lives, and I can't think of a more noble cause than to help contribute to their road to recovery."
TSSA organising director Steve Coe said: "It is unprecedented for railway managers, especially ones not covered by collective bargaining, to vote so decisively for action over pay.
Phil Whittingham, managing director for Virgin Trains on the west coast, said: "We're pleased that we've come to an agreement with the RMT and TSSA unions, and can focus on providing the best possible service to our customers.
Manuel Cortes, general secretary of the TSSA, said Sir Richard should meet union leaders as a matter of urgency to help resolve the row, adding: "The company is refusing to treat its staff fairly, provoking a strike that will affect services from London to Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow."
Manuel Cortes, TSSA general secretary, said: "Nobody has to be [on strike] if Richard Branson stops behaving like Scrooge and starts treating his workers fairly and equally."
A memo to staff said the centres would be replaced by open plan "customer zones" where staff will advise and help passengers buy tickets through machines, and redundancies would be on a voluntary basis, the TSSA said.
This is been particularly the case in the aftermath of a 2008 propane explosion in Toronto at a facility regulated by the TSSA.
Manuel Cortes, general secretary of the TSSA, said: "Our negotiating team at Acas has received a revised offer from Network Rail (NR).