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Take 5

What is Take 5? Take 5 is a simple and quick safety check that you can carry out at any stage of an activity. No matter what your role or where you work, it can help you to think about the hazards associated with your work and complete your activities safely. Why do I need […]



Electrical Safety Delivery- Extra Information

Page under Construction The SAI (a.c.) project is part of the wider ESD programme, formed to increase workforce safety, deliver performance improvements for passengers and increase Network Rails compliance with the EaWR 1989. The phrase ‘Single Approach to Isolation’ is there to signify the fact that we are taking a single approach to isolations across […]

Electrical Safety Remote Securing

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Single Approach to Isolation (SAI) Dist

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SAI ac-Trial Only Information

Page Under Construction The new procedures will be trialled on LNW South in the Patford Bridge feeding area. The trial isolation plans will will commence in September 2019 and first ‘Boots on Ballast’ using the new procedures in January 2020. If the trial is successful, we plan to ‘roll out’ the new procedures nationally from […]

Single Approach to Isolation (SAI) ac

PAGE UNDER CONSTRUCTION The SAI (a.c.) Project will trial and implement new operating procedures for Overhead Line Equipment (OLE). These procedures are set out in a new standard – NR/L3/ELP/25000 “Electrical Safety Measures for Working on the Operational Railway with Overhead Electrification” – which will replace the existing procedures used when working on or near […]

Electrical Safety Delivery (ESD)

PAGES UNDER CONSTRUCTION Electricity is one of the greatest dangers we face when working on the Railway; whether it be from the overhead lines, conductor rail or in substations. An audit in 2014 found that in 10 years, electrical safety incidents involving Network Rail employees resulted in 2 fatalities, 35 life changing injuries, 775 minor […]

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