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How to get help

If you need help or advice please contact your local steward or safety rep first. If you don't know who they are, the Who's Who section will give you numbers for the Stewards Convenor or the Branch Office. Stewards and members can also ask very basic questions online by clicking here - you will need your membership number (see important note on right).

Help us update you with news by registering your email address.

The Branch negotiates for its members and represents individuals at times of difficulty. It speaks up for public services and on professional and resource issues when these affect the services our members provide.

We are only as strong as our members. Every member has a vote on all important issues and each steward and officer is elected by their members. Why don't you get involved in your union?

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If you don't know your membership number, contact the branch office on 0131 558 7488

IMPORTANT NOTE: Advice given via this website will only be general advice based on your question. Most issues depend on your individual circumstances, employer and contract of employment.

Advice given via the website is therefore not a definitive statement of your rights under agreements or the law and it may not be applicable to your particular circumstances.

Advice on agreements will be based on the Branch's interpretation of those agreements which may not be shared by the employer and may require to be tested through appeal structures.

Your employer should hold copies of agreements affecting your conditions and they should be available to you at your workplace on request.

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