We have an exciting line-up of speakers in the first quarter of this year including Carolyn Walsh (NTC); George Bearfield (Rock Rail, UK): Natalie Pelham (OTSI); Peter Matthews (Great River City Light Rail); and Matt Elliott (Sydney-based former professional rugby league player and head coach - The Change Room).
Carolyn Walsh, Chair of the National Transport Commission will be kicking off this year's series on 28 February 2023 at 12PM (AEDT).
Pre-register for her session using the Register Now button for her event.
+ MasterClass Webinars Q1
+ Public Consultations
+ 2023 Horizons Program Kicks Off
+ Have Your Say On Our Communications
+ RISSB Standards in Action
+ Also Making News
+ Tickets Almost Gone for RISSB's Technology and Innovation Conference
+ Investigate Rail Safety Incidents in March
+ Did you know?
The rail skills shortage is undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges (and opportunities) facing the rail industry in modern times. RISSB believes in investing in people and nurturing and supporting rising industry stars through its Horizons Program.
This week, Horizons Program 5 kicked off with an online meet and greet on Tuesday. Seventy-four handpicked leaders representing rail operators, suppliers, infrastructure managers, consultants and academia met online for the first time to discuss training, safety and what’s on the agenda for the next six months. The group will be coming together in
Melbourne on 23-24 February for two full days of connecting. learning and growing.
Our team are looking forward to meeting you all in person and watching you develop.
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We believe in continuous improvement and delivering the best content to your inbox every week. Help us help you by completing a quick survey and telling us what you like about our newsletter and what you would like to see more, or less of in our communications and you will automatically go into the draw to win a coveted ticket to our 2023 Technology and Innovation Conference.
This survey and competition closes COB Friday, 17 February 2023. Good luck!
Want to learn how to investigate rail safety incidents? Come along to our next face-to-face course on in Brisbane on 7-10 March 2023.
The aim of our four day course is to teach attendees how to conduct and document any investigation into a railway safety incident. It builds on industry best practice and promotes a just culture approach for investigations.
Attendees will learn how to conduct rail safety investigations in accordance with the regulator, rail industry standards, rules and operational procedures.
The final report from the independent safety investigation into a train overspeed at Harefield, NSW on 29 June 2021, has been published. The investigation findings highlight the importance of supporting the introduction of new technology with training.