Management think they have a procedure (OSN48) that allows trains to run safely without working radio.
We disagree. But would it be too much to expect them to stick to their own procedure?!
Sadly, it seems so. Under OSN48, there is supposed to be a handsignaller on every platform in a section affected by train radio failure, to communicate Code Red/Amber to drivers. But on several occasions on the District and H&C, this has not happened.
Hands up everyone who has confidence in LUL's safety regime.