Member of Parliament’s A – Z researchers guide to AEROTOXIC

Member of Parliament’s – A – Z researchers guide to AEROTOXIC A. Aerotoxic is an internationally censored medical term which identifies serious illness of both aircrew and passengers caused after exposure to contaminated cabin air in commercial jet aircraft and was defined in 1999 by scientists from US, France & Australia. B. The ‘A’ word…

AEROTOXIC SYNDROME – WESTMINSTER HALL 3 HOUR PUBLIC DEBATE – 17 MARCH 2016 – 1330 – ALERT YOUR MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT

Through your efforts and with the support of Unite and BASSA we have managed to get a Westminster Hall debate next week on the toxic air issue. It would be great if you could support the campaign and send a letter to your MP and also get as many friends family and colleagues to do…

Unite the union – Ask your MP to speak out at the debate Keep cabin crew safe debate – email your MP to attend the parliamentary debate on Thursday 17 March 2016 at 1330

Unite’s cabin crew members have long-standing concerns about ‘Aerotoxic Syndrome’ – the effects of contaminated air they breathe on planes, and potential health problems. They say that each one of them will encounter a ‘fume event’ – exposure to toxic fumes from the aircraft engines – at some time during their career.   A senior…