Organising and campaigning on workplace issues

CSP organising officers Lou Dear, Alice Spilsbury and Iain Croker work alongside regional senior negotiating officers to support member-led organising, action and campaigns going on in workplaces across the whole of the UK.

CSP organisers Lou Dear, Iain Croker and Alice Spilsbury
L-R Lou Dear, Iain Croker and Alice Spilsbury

Meet the team

Our organising team works closely with your local steward and/or safety representative, who are there to help if your job, working conditions or physiotherapy service are at risk.

Iain covers the South – London, the South West, the South East and East of England. 

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Lou covers the North – Scotland, Northern Ireland, the North East, the North West and Yorkshire and Humber. 

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Alice covers the Midlands and Wales.

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Get active

The CSP organising team is available to offer you advice and support about becoming more active, campaigning or tackling any issues that matter to you. You can contact the organising team at or directly (see above for email address). 

We can come and speak at a staff meeting in your workplace, for example, and help if you would like to step up as a workplace rep. 

If you need to find out who your CSP rep is, phone CSP Enquiries on 020 7306 6666 or email

Become a workplace rep

Being more involved with the CSP can help you to develop professionally and personally, and we would encourage all members to consider becoming a CSP steward, a safety rep or a workplace contact.

Does your workplace need a CSP steward or safety rep? Let us know.

Campaigning resources

Value NHS physio staff #CSP4FairPay

Stand #WithNHSStaff and #CSP4FairPay for a pay rise

The 14 unions covered by Agenda for Change are working together for a significant pay rise for NHS staff. You can keep up to date with the latest NHS pay news on the Stand #WithNHSStaff for fair pay page.

We've compiled some resources and tips to help you campaign for fair pay for NHS staff.


Loss of physio or rehab practice space

Have you lost any physiotherapy or rehabilitation practice space? Is this a barrier to vital physiotherapy services restarting?

We've developed a simple intervention letter, sensitive to the context, to make sure CSP members are properly consulted before any temporary or permanent changes of space are made.

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