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Near miss with a member of staff at Rowlands Castle

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) has launched an investigation has been launched into a near miss with a member of operational staff at...

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...

Network Rail slams reckless TikTok of live railway photoshoot

Network Rail has condemned a video posted on social media platform TikTok showing a car being photographed on a live railway crossing. The shocking footage...

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...

More than 70 domestic abuse survivors used free Northern service to reach safety

More than 70 survivors of domestic abuse reached safety and shelter by using Northern services last year free of charge. A total of 54 adults...

TravelSafe tactics target tram trouble

Police and transport staff have taken swift action in response to a spate of youth-related antisocial behaviour on the Manchester Airport Metrolink line. Greater Manchester...

HS2 to implement UK’s first ever project wide health and safety passport

HS2 and its contractors have taken a major step in improving health and safety assurance across sites between London and the West Midlands by...

TfL issues travel advice to customers during national lockdown

Following the Government’s decision to introduce national restrictions to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Transport for London (TfL) is issuing advice for customers...

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

6 of 8 – What NTS are most important to depot drivers? After a short break, Dr Stephen Fletcher, occupational psychologist and director at the...

Southeastern makes a new year’s resolution for 2021: carry on swabbing

With increasing concern about COVID-19 infection rates across the south east, Southeastern's latest round of swab-testing for the virus has revealed a negative test...

Community Rail Partnerships launch new safety poster initiative with Network Rail

A new safety campaign on rural lines in Norfolk and North Suffolk will offer children the opportunity to see their own artwork displayed at railway stations from December as the Bittern Line and Wherry Lines Community Rail Partnerships have teamed up with Network Rail to promote safe use of level crossings.
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