A former NSW rail safety worker has been convicted and fined in Sydney for working while under the influence of alcohol.
The next event in the ‘Sharing practice’ asset management series is being rolled out across NSW to generate discussion, promote better practice and encourage safer outcomes within the rail industry.
The relationship between WHS and rail safety legislation, safety critical communications and drug and alcohol requirements for NSW rail transport operators are among items to be discussed by the Rail Safety Strategic Forum (RSSF) at its next meeting on 21 March in Sydney.
Visitors to the RTAA/RailCorp field days held on 27 and 28 February showed strong interest in the safety messages promoted by the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR).
Staff from the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator’s (ONRSR) Adelaide head office and NSW branch will be on hand to answer questions about a range of rail safety topics at this year’s Rail Track Association Australia (RTAA)/RailCorp Field Days.