Route Services Supply Chain Operations

This overview of guidance and information is intended for use by all Network Rail IP and Route Business customers of Heavy Critical Resource & services provided via Route Services Supply Chain Operations (SCO) contracts (including Track Treatment and rail delivered supply of materials) to aid production of Safe Work Packs

 Safe Method of Working documents

SCO delivery processes for services provided within a worksite in a possession

This site is intended to provide SCO customers (both IP and Route Businesses) who are creating a Safe Work Pack (SWP) under the requirements of Network Rail company standard NR/L2/OHS/019 (referred to as 019), with the key safety requirements needed for inclusion in the SWP. Each method of working/statement is appropriate for each unique SCO materials delivery/track treatment process being provided.

For every SCO delivery mechanism/track treatment service there is a method of working which has been provided by the supplier, with a standardised front sheet describing the key safety requirements needed to be included as part of the SWP for the Supply Chain Operations provided activity.

These key safety requirements are the critical safety controls needed to be applied on site to prevent a serious injury from occurring around the SCO supply chain delivery/activity.  These are critical safety controls that must be included in the SWP for the appropriate operation.

To obtain the relevant safety information for an SCO operational activity please click on the link on the right hand side of this page and enter your password provided by SCO for the relevant order.

Please be aware that it is the responsibility of the IP or Route Business customer ordering the SCO supplied service to ensure that the content of the Safe Work Pack applicable to that service are compliant with standard 019.

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