Economy (Staff Collaboration).

Oral Answers to Questions — Fuel and Power. – in the House of Commons on 30th June 1942.

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Photo of Mr Reginald Purbrick Mr Reginald Purbrick , Liverpool, Walton

asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether, with a view to the saving of fuel in households, offices, factories, etc., he will include in his propaganda to fuel users requests that they should inaugurate a system whereby part of the amount saved by the reduction should be paid to the staff in order to give them personal incentive to keep the consumption as low as possible?

Major Lloyd George:

The Fuel Efficiency Committee of my Department is considering in consultation with leading industrial groups, the framing of schemes on the lines suggested by my hon. Friend. The application of such schemes to smaller premises would clearly be most difficult, but I will bear my hon. Friend's suggestion in mind.