Transport unions call to remove name tags
Transport unions are calling for a change in policy on train workers wearing name tags.
Now the data protection officer is on their side.
Name tags were introduced in 1987 – and have always been controversial.
But as many workers may be in a situation to issues fines, there are concerns it could cause them problems in their private life.
The data protection office is saying train workers should be issued with a number so they can be identified – but not their names.