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Close Call

A Close Call is defined as anything that has the potential to cause harm or damage. This includes the potential to: Harm a person including minor, major injuries, and fatalities Harm the environment and/or protected species Damage railway infrastructure, plant, vehicles, tools, equipment, systems and information Watch the close call video below: What’s the difference […]

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Be Safe Handbook

Our Be Safe Handbook explains how our Safety Vision, Lifesaving Rules, Close Calls and Fair Culture Principles work together to enable a culture where everyone is empowered to work safely and challenge unsafe behaviours and conditions without fearing the consequences. Download the digital version from the attachment section of this page. Please note this is […]

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Safety Vision and Lifesaving Rules

Our Safety Vision outlines the commitments which empower us all to get home safe every day. The vision and commitments are supported by our Lifesaving Rules which tackle the ten most common causes of injury and loss of life on the railway. Andrew Haines, chief executive, Network Rail has recently endorsed the Safety Vision and updated it […]

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