The Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) publish a rulebook with guidelines and processes that all of us in the industry must follow to make sure we work safely. Information contained in the Rule Book supersedes any information that is published on this site. For the latest version of all the Rule book modules please […]
Keypoint Cards in order to keep up to date and for version control are available from https://www.willsonshop.com The purpose of the Keypoint cards is to act as a reminder only. If you are unsure about any issue relating to the information given here, you must refer to the appropriate module of the Rule Book GE/RT8000.
On-Track Plant or OTP refers to machinery designed to run on the railway. These machines are leading the way with technological advancements to save time, money and of course improve safety. However they do still pose a significant risk to people working on or near them, always make sure you understand the risk before going […]
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 […]
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 […]
Safety Vision Addendum
Business Critical Rules (BCR) is changing the way we manage our risks in Network Rail. They will make how we work safer, simpler and more effective, to make sure everyone gets home safe every day. Our Lifesaving Rules are the first 10 Business Critical Rules. BCR is replacing the existing Standards framework with the simpler, […]