“Although the M.A.C. meetings form a good medium of resolving difficulties,” he said, “it is much better to have as many problems as possible ironed out beforehand, between members and fellow-workers. This, in fact, is what frequently happens. When something arises of which it is important that the management should hear, then, of course, it is mentioned at the earliest possible M.A.C. meeting, and I should like to say that, since I have been a member, no reasonable request has ever been refused.
He has been a Bataman for six years, and has been in the engineers’ department all the time. Now he is in the construction shop. He has been interested in mechanics and engineering since he left school, and, during six years service in the war, wan an instrument mechanic in the R.E.M.E.