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The Rail Carbon Tool is here to assist the UK rail industry with understanding what its carbon footprint is so it can go on and reduce it throughout its supply chain. (3mins13)
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Watch the webinar and the online demonstration of the tool. (49mins36)
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The Rail Carbon Tool helps registered users to reduce their carbon footprint by enabling them to assess the levels of emissions that will be created by their project activities. The tool has over 500 users and is being used on several large infrastructure projects such as East West Rail2.
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This video introduces the main features and functionality of the rail carbon tool including, the home page, libraries, projects, Sandbox, double-click, right-click and tool tips. (4mins36)
This video explains when and how to create a project in the Project library. (1min10)
This video explains when to use a Project or a Sandbox, and how to data transfer between. (1min30)
This video explains how to build structures of folders, packages and carbon factors to create a Project Tree, and edit any of the content that you add. (4mins12)
This video explains how to use Notes, Document, and Images to a Project Tree, and how to upload new documents and images. (1min50)
This video explains how to view data in a Project Tree for carbon footprint analysis. (3mins10)
This video demonstrates different ways users can structure a Project Tree for different project applications. (4mins59)
This video explains how to add carbon factors and templates to a Project Tree and edit them once they have been added using the Validation function; changing calculation formulas; replacing carbon factors; and promoting parameters. (7mins39)
This video explains what Custom Fields are, and how to create and use them in a Project Tree. (3mins59)
This video explains how to use graphs in a Project Tree to analyse a single carbon model or compare options. (5mins42)
This video explains how to export data to spreadsheet format and produce PDF reports for any part of a Project Tree. (3mins56)
This video explains how to set security controls on records. These controls enable you to define who can access the records you own, and set what level of access they have, including: read only, edit, and administation. (4mins19)
This video explains how to change the layout of the panels in the Project Tree, to suit your personal preferenes. (57secs)
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