RSSB resumes face-to-face training
Since the lifting of lockdown in July 2021, RSSB has taken the necessary precautions to ensure delegates and instructors are safe for in person training courses.
RSSB’s face-to-face training has now resumed for multiple courses – including the popular accident investigation training course. This course is particularly useful for individuals that conduct investigations into operational and non-operational accidents, incidents and near misses.
The Rail Industry Standard for Accident and Incident Investigation (RIS-3119-TOM) sets out member requirements to fulfil legal obligations in investigations. This course gives delegates a detailed understanding of RIS-3119-TOM, as well as instruction on how to use best practice tools and techniques to conduct an investigation.
“Since the AIT training, we have seen a marked improvement in investigations completed on-time, quality of root cause identification is better, and the recommendations are looking deeper at system factors which are integral to improving the management system and running a safer operation.” - Head of Safety, GB Railfreight
Book your place on the upcoming Accident Investigation Training courses:
- 5th - 7th October 2021 (remote)
- 12th - 13th January 2022 (London)
- 8th - 10th February 2022 (remote)
If you prefer this course to be tailored to your organisation’s needs, contact our Training team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch to discuss how we can support you.