Road Risk Group

    Road driving impacts on the widest range of those working in the rail industry from employees, contractors, suppliers, to Office of Rail and Road (ORR) inspectors and officers of the British Transport Police (BTP), and those conducting investigations.  


    The RRG has aligned its strategic objectives to those set out in the ‘Leading health & safety on Britain’s railway – a strategy for working together’.

    The main areas of focus are:

    • Railway employees, including ORR inspectors, BTP Officers and those conducting investigations, driving to and from their usual place of work to the railway environment.
    • Contractors driving to and from the railway environment.
    • Taxis services for railway employees at work.
    • Bus replacement services and taxis for passengers.

    Message from the chair

    It is my vision that the Road Risk Group will support the Industry ambition as described in LHSBR and continue the collaboration already undertaken with key stakeholders.

    Namely that Industry will reduce road risk exposure across the rail industry.  We will maximise the potential for cooperation and collaboration across industry sector groups; introduce the ‘rail industry’s management of occupational road risk charter’; and create opportunities to improve reporting and analysis. 

    In the last 10 years road traffic accidents have emerged as the biggest contributor to workforce fatalities in the industry. As the railway has become a safer work environment, it has begun to expose the significance of work-related road risk.  During the period 2009/10 – 2018/19 there were 20 workforce fatalities.  Ten of these were work-related road deaths, 50% of all workforce fatalities. 

    During the last two years RSSB has formed a collaborative partnership with Highways England to share knowledge, expertise and resources to help the rail industry realise its vision.+



      The group’s membership is made up of the following industry categories:

      • academia
      • trade unions
      • passenger train operators
      • freight and other non-passenger train operators
      • infrastructure managers and owners
      • RSSB
      • Office of Rail and Road (observer).
      Chair of committee: Steve Enright , Abellio Transport Group Limited
      RSSB main representative: Tavid Dobson , Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd
      Other Members
      Other members
      Steve Enright
      Abellio Transport Group Limited
      Steve Moffatt
      Network Rail Limited
      Infrastructure Manager
      Laura Sutton
      Office of Rail and Road
      Office of Rail and Road
      Anne-Marie Penny
      Highways England
      Steve Coe
      Trade Union
      Greg Morse
      Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd
      Jason Ross
      Transport For London (TFL)
      Infrastructure Manager
      Neil Cox
      High Speed Two (HS2) Limited
      Infrastructure Manager
      Paul Clyndes
      Trade Union
      Tavid Dobson
      Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd
      Una Byrne
      Aslef Trustee Company Limited
      Trade Union
      Matt Hanson
      Arriva Trains
      Passenger Train Operating Company
      Nick LLoyd
      The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
      Anisha Tailor
      Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd
      Simon Turner
      Highways England
      Paul Murray
      Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd
      Rachel Leech
      Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd
      Paul Brady
      Network Rail Infrastructure Limited
      Infrastructure Manager
      Carole Slimm
      Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd
      Infrastructure Contractor
      Marc Binney
      DB Cargo (UK) Limited
      Non Passenger Train Operator
      Antony Howard
      Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd
      Ant Davey
      Rail Safety and Standards Board Ltd
      Do you need to get in touch with this group?
      Contact our Industry Groups Manager for questions about the next meeting or about vacancies within this group.
      Stephanie Lavy
      Tel: 020 3142 5469
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