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A series exploring Non-Technical Skills (NTS) and how they can benefit safety critical organisations

8 of 8 – Maximising the impact of Non-Technical Skills: incorporating them into safety-critical employees’ lifecycle This is the 8th and final article from The...

First RailDirector of 2021 is on its way

Over 2,000 exclusive rail industry leaders and subscribers will be receiving the first RailDirector magazine of 2021 in the coming days. This month’s magazine leads...

Join the UK’s leading Rail Supplier!

Since 2012 there has been a success story developing in the rail supply chain. Scott Parnell first opened its doors when Dave Scott and...

Rail body RSSB donates 200 laptops to help get kids online during lockdown

RSSB is donating 200 laptops to UK schools through the BBC's 'Give a laptop' initiative. The laptops, which previously belonged to staff but were replaced...

SLC Rail has been Great Place to Work-Certified™

SLC Rail, specialists in making third party rail schemes happen, announced that it has received Great Place to Work-Certification™, showcasing its commitment to creating...

Three senior appointments for Maritime Transport

Maritime Transport Ltd, the UK's leading intermodal transport operator, is pleased to announce three new appointments to its senior management team to drive growth...

Don’t be blue – have a brew, say GTR and Samaritans as 60 railway colleagues are recognised for rescuing vulnerable people

Govia Thameslink Railway and the Samaritans are highlighting how taking the time to talk could be life-saving, as the nation approaches ‘Blue Monday’ on...

Rail industry showcases special illustration in support of Samaritans’ annual ‘Brew Monday’ campaign

Today may be 'Blue Monday' – thought to be the most difficult day of the year – but Samaritans’ Brew Monday campaign, supported by...

Mural made by local school children welcomes passengers to revamped station

A new mural now takes pride of place at a newly revamped station welcoming passengers into Castleford. The 'Welcome to Castleford' mural was made by...

A series exploring Non-Technical Skills (NTS) and how they can benefit safety critical organisations

7 of 8 – Educating rail employees about the benefits of NTS through training Dr Stephen Fletcher, occupational psychologist and director at the OPC has...

Trainline appoints Champa Magesh to the newly created role of President, Trainline for Business

Trainline has appointed Champa Magesh to the role of President, Trainline for Business and to the Executive team, reporting into CEO, Clare Gilmartin. In...

Babcock makes four new key appointments to drive its rail business

Babcock has recently made four new key appointments to strengthen and drive forward its rail business. Colin Sharkey joins Babcock Rail after being appointed to...
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