Keith Prince: Given the deaths and serous injuries which have resulted from TfL’s well-evidenced failure to manage fatigue across its Tram and Bus Operations, what is the role of TfL’s HSE Director? Do you think it is fit-for-purpose?
Keith Prince: The Report released on 29 September 2019 (http://content.tfl.gov.uk/bus-driver-fatigue-report.pdf) was dated May 2019. Why did TfL delay by 3 months the release of this report to the public?
Keith Prince: Please provide me with copies of all Tripartite Meeting Minutes which have taken place after April 2018.
Keith Prince: Did the Sandilands Incident Review Board receive and review a copy of IA 17 780 Fatigue Audit of First Group Tram Operations Limited before 15 September 2017?
Keith Prince: Each of the following organisations fund Met police officer posts. Please can you explain for each, what is the purpose of the funding and how this operates? • Hammersons (Brent Cross) Ltd • South London and Maudsley NHS Trust • Kings Cross Estate • ANSCO Ltd (O2) • Westfield Europe Ltd (Hammersmith) • Brunel University • Westfield Stratford Ltd • Poplar HARCA • IQL Estate...
Keith Prince: Giving a yearly breakdown since 2015/16, please outline how many days of sick leave TfL staff have taken. Please also provide a breakdown of the reasons given for sick leave being taken.
Keith Prince: For each of the years 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, how many hours of policing were provided by special constables?
Keith Prince: Further to your response to Question 2019/6384, did the Sandilands Incident Review Board review, edit or approve any documents ahead of their submission by TfL to the RAIB, SNC Lavalin, ORR or British Transport Police investigations of the Croydon Tram Crash? If so, which documents did it approve and on which dates were these documents approved and/or submitted?
Keith Prince: Please provide me with all communication between TfL and RAIB concerning Fatigue Audit IA 17 780 between 22 January and 12 February 2018.
Keith Prince: In a 29 March 2019 My London article (https://www.mylondon.news/news/south-london-news/claims-cro ydon-tram-dri...), a First Group spokesman states ""Following the tragic incident in 2016, the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) concluded that the management of fatigue was not a factor..” Based on the conclusions of (a) the RAIB Report (b) the SNC Lavalin Investigation (c) and Fatigue...
Keith Prince: Did the Sandilands Incident Review Board prepare, edit or approve any documents submitted by TfL to RAIB, SNC Lavalin, ORR or British Transport Police Investigations of the Croydon Tram Crash?
Keith Prince: Who was the Chair of the Sandilands Incident Review Board?
Keith Prince: Please send me a timeline of decisions made by Sandilands Incident Review Board?
Keith Prince: Did the Sandilands Incident Review Board review, edit or approve any documents or decisions made by TfL's HSE Director in relation to the RAIB, SNC-Lavalin, ORR or British Transport Police Investigations of the Croydon Tram Crash?
Keith Prince: Please provide me with the Correspondence/Attendance/Agendas/Minutes/Decisions of the Sandilands Incident Review Board for the following dates: 14th November 2016, 17th November 2016, 23rd November 2016, 28th November 2016, 22nd May 2017, 5th June 2017, 19th June 2017, 3rd July 2017, 17th July 2017, 31st July 2017, 14th August 2017, 29th August 2017, 11th September 2017, 25th September 2017
Keith Prince: In the past year how many complaints has TFL received from members of the public regarding private hire drivers cancelling or not fulfilling operator accepted journeys? How many of these complaints relate to the private hire operator Uber London Ltd?
Keith Prince: In your response to Question 2018/1969 you state "I understand that the Chair of the SSHR Panel asked for the audit report to be sent at the 28/9/17 and 22/11/17 SSHR Panel meetings and requested confirmation that it had been sent at the 22/1/18 SSHR Panel meeting.” Please provide me with all the evidence relating to the 28/9/17 and 22/11/17 Panel Meetings you consulted to make that statement.
Keith Prince: In your response to Question 2019/6384 you stated the Sandilands Incident Review Board "did not have a terms of reference", you did not provide meeting minutes, attendance lists, or names of attendees. Do think it's acceptable to be so un-transparent about TfL's organisational response to the worst tram incident in 90 years?
Keith Prince: Further to the internal TfL correspondence you released to me in your response to Question 2018/2658, for the period 9 November 2016 to the present, please provide copies of all correspondence between TfL's Director of Health Safety Environment and TfL's Managing Director of Surface Transport on the subject of the Sandilands Tram Crash.
Keith Prince: In the interest of public safety, does the Mayor believe that a private hire operator should only confirm customer acceptance in the knowledge a driver is available and willing to complete that booking?