Bullying claims during South East Coast Ambulance Service (Secamb) have led a GMB kinship to call on a supervision to intervene.
The Daily Telegraph described a “culture of bullying”, with workers subjected to abuse and harassment.
The GMB described a trust managers as “unaccountable” and called on Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to step in.
Secamb pronounced a news news lonesome “historic allegations”, many of that had been dealt with.
The news report, formed on a dossier of documents, claims dual 999 call handlers attempted self-murder and a third deliberate crashing her automobile to shun abuse.
Several workers claimed they were underneath such vigour they could not combine on puncture calls during a operations centre in Coxheath, Kent.
GMB Southern segment secretary Paul Maloney pronounced he welcomed a newspaper’s review though called for it to be followed adult with a “clear-out” of a purported culprits.
Regional organiser Gary Palmer said: “Workplace bullying is bad adequate during any time, though a scale and power of a bullying endured by staff during Coxheath is shocking.”
A orator for Secamb said: “The essay in The Telegraph covers a operation of ancestral allegations, many of that have been investigated and dealt with.
“Others are unsubstantiated, with no justification to support them.
“We take a emanate of bullying and nuisance really severely and have been operative tough to residence this area of concern.”
He pronounced a emanate had been highlighted by a Care Quality Commission and work enclosed “improving inner avenues for critical concerns to be raised” and structured support for staff.