Safety is everyone’s concern. In an age of digitalisation change is a constant and with changing technology comes the need and opportunity to apply dynamic responses to safety solutions. This was what we took away from RISSB’s highly successful Rail Safety 2018 – which received the highest turn-out in recent memory with over 180 attendees.
On the back of this strong foundation, 2019 will be looking to the future. RISSB Rail Safety 2019 will be the industry gathering for the latest in safety updates. Attendees will hear from experts and safety professionals from across the Australian and international rail sectors in a comprehensive 2-day conference featuring case studies, best practice insights and innovative risk management strategies.
Asset leasing in rail – what are the safety concerns?
“Power by the hour” deals have long been used in aviation, due to their perceived financial attractiveness. Unlike traditional time and material-based models, these long term service agreements (LTSAs) rid transport owners of weighty overheads, by linking engineering and maintenance costs to required activity. Read more >>
Mixed signals: SPAD-risk management and mitigation from the Network Controller perspective
The term ‘SPAD’ (signal passed at danger) is often considered the ‘Voldemort’ of the rail industry. It represents one of the sector’s most ominous safety concerns, given the potential for high consequence accidents, loss of life, and severe reputational damage to the offending organisation. SPAD violations have been attributed to… Read more >>
RISSB CEO Paul Daly at AusRAIL 2017
Annual Rail Safety Dinner – Melbourne
Open exclusively to conference delegates, be sure to join us in a night of relaxed networking for one of the true highlights in the rail industry calendar.
Register at the time of your conference booking.
RISSB Members: $150+GST
Non Members: $175+GST