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Unite fume event register

Have you been exposed to a fume event? If so, please complete this Unite questionnaire.Toxic Cabin Air Logo

All fume events should be reported to your airline and the Civil Aviation Authority. Your own airline will have 'incident forms' or 'reports' of some description. These must be completed. However, Unite is concerned that historically fume events have been under-reported. In order to record and monitor its own data Unite has set up a Fume Event Register for members working on cabin crew or related duties. This register is a valuable resource for Unite members. 

 

Concerned about cabin air – fill in the Unite fume event register

The Unite fume event register

All fume events should be reported to the Civil Aviation Authority. However, Unite is concerned that historically fume events have been under-reported. In order to record and monitor its own data Unite has set up a Fume Event Register for members working on cabin crew or related duties. This Register is a valuable resource for Unite members. Please report each fume event you experience by completing a separate form. 

Data protection
The information that each member provides will be stored on a database and may be shared with others, including law firms instructed by Unite. The use of this data will be solely for the purposes of investigating personal injury claims on behalf of trade union members who may have been exposed to fume events during the course of their employment. 

Unite legal services
Please note that by completing this form you are not registering a claim. If you have suffered significant symptoms caused by exposure to fume events you should contact Unite’s legal service helpline without delay on 03330 146569.  

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