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Make PPE last longer with ProGARM’s new lightweight but tough welding kit

Leading rail industry PPE specialists ProGARM have launched a new range of lightweight welding protective kit, which the company says will make other protective...

Runaway and derailment of wagons at Toton

The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) is investigating after a rake of 22 wagons ran away from a siding within Old Bank sidings at...

Officers drive reduction in graffiti on railway – London and South East

An increase in patrols targeting graffiti on the rail network across London and the South East has led to a significant reduction in vandalism. British...

Read the latest RailDirector online now

We are excited to announce that the January edition of our RailDirector magazine is now available to be viewed online for free Over 2,000 exclusive...

TfL takes hard line against minority flouting face covering regulations

Transport for London (TfL) has again stepped up its enforcement of face coverings seven months after the measure became mandatory on public transport. Figures...

More than 900 arrests since the start of British Transport Police’s County Lines Taskforce

December 2020 marked one year on from the beginning of the British Transport Police County Lines Taskforce – a police team dedicated to tackling...

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...

Rail regulator proposes new guidance to support better decision making in level crossing safety

The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has proposed simpler and more accessible guidance on level crossing safety to support the rail industry, traffic...

SAEMA User Training – a simpler way to achieve safety at height

SAEMA – Specialist Access Engineering & Maintenance Association – is proud to announce the launch of SAEMA User Training. This is a brand new...

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...
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Investing in innovation and the continued enhancement of its excavation safety procedures, Dyer & Butler, a part of the M Group Services Transport Division,...

Rail trade bodies come together on key ‘asks’, to make Rail Project SPEED a success

The three main rail supply trade bodies have come together to set out five key ‘asks’ to help ensure Rail Project SPEED – the...

Dover Priory footbridge and canopy upgrade thanks to £3.5m investment from Network Rail

Refurbishment and repair work at Dover Priory station will increase the life of the footbridge, as well as providing upgraded platform canopies to keep...

Network Rail gives ‘Heart of Wessex’ line some love over five-day closure

Passengers travelling on the line between Bristol and Weymouth can look forward to a more reliable railway following vital maintenance between Dorchester West and...