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RSSB provides expertise that supports continued improvement in rail safety and operational performance for the benefit of passengers, business and the taxpayer.
RSSB launches a new guide for people working on trains and in stations to help them understand the crucial role they can play in reducing injuries on the platform and cut down the number of accidents occurring at the platform edge.
New guidance and research are helping Network Rail and train operating companies to put more focus on the underlying causes of signals passed at danger (SPADs) and a ‘just culture’ in their investigations.
Roll-out of the new on-line system for identification and maintenance records for the GB train fleet continues with functions from the Rail Vehicle Records System (RAVERS) going live last weekend, further contributing to an industry saving of £3.5million over 5 years.
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