+ H3.0 Virtual Forum 3-4 August 2021
+ Reinvent To Thrive In A Covid World – What Does It Mean For The Future Of Mobility?
+ Development And Maintenance Of Network Rules Code of Practice Update
+ AS 7636 Railway Structures Update
+ Train Horns Code of Practice Update
+ Open Calls For Public Consultation
+ Open Calls for Development Group Members + Today's Human Factors Managers Group Meeting + Meet Our Next Generation Of Leaders
H3.0 Virtual Forum 3 - 4 August 2021
The final Horizons 3.0 Program forum will be held virtually on August 3rd and 4th. A highlight of the 2-day forum will be Horizons 3.0 graduates pitching their innovative business ideas for the rail industry.
The forum agenda is packed with conversations and workshops with industry experts and leaders. Presenters or panellists include a bevy of CEOs, Deputy CEOs, COOs, Heads of Safety, and Heads of Policy, including:
* Howard Collins (TfNSW)
* Steve Jones (Inland Rail)
* Louise Howard (TfNSW)
* Suzanne Holden (Sydney Trains)
* Dr Natalie Pelham (OTSI)
* Peter Colacino (Infrastructure Australia)
* Margy Osmond (Tourism and Transport Forum)
* Elizabeth Mildwater (Greater Sydney Commission).
There will be six workshops covering leadership, innovation and wellness including:
* Turning Ideas into Action (Graham Bradshaw, Sydney Trains),
* Systems Engineering (Shaun Wilson, Shoal Group),
* Strengths, Values and Accountability (Sophi Bruce, UTS)
* Human Scale Safety (Michael O’Brien and Danien San Martin Lens, Aurecon)
* Looking after Yourself (Rob Edwards OAM).
EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
Reinvent To Thrive In A Covid World – What Does It Mean For The Future Of Mobility?
The world has changed, we have changed. Organisations are moving through to emerge and thrive in a Covid world – business models are being disrupted, economic complexity is exponentially increasing and the geopolitical landscape has shifted more in the last 12 months than in the prior decade.
So how do organisations navigate? How is this changing the way we work and live? What is the future of mobility in a Covid world?
Join our next MasterClass webinar on Tuesday, 27 July 2021 to find out what the future has in store.
Guest speaker Giselle Hodgson from Deloitte will be discussing:
* Macro environment disruptions transcending business models
* The world of the haves and have nots
* How are we changing?
* Movement of people and goods in a Covid world, what’s next?
Register to attend by clicking the blue 'Book Now' button below this story.
The Human Factors Managers Group (HFMG) met virtually today to discuss a range of human factors issues including HF requirements and the RISSB Culture Hub survey. A highlight of the meeting was a presentation by ONRSR on AcciMap.
The HFMG has broad cross-industry representation including the Pilbara, light rail and a range of freight and passenger operators and RIMs.
Development And Maintenance Of Network Rules Code of Practice Update
This new Code is nearing the final stages of development with the content largely agreed to by the group. Covering areas such as the RISSB National Rules and harmonised Australian network rules, change management requirements, and deviations to network rules, this Code will be of considerable value to the rail industry.
AS 7636 Railway Structures Update
The AS 7636 development group have been meeting regularly to review and update this Standard, including making considerable improvements to the diagrams and checklists. The work is now in it’s final stages and should be made available for a public review in late August 2021.
Train Horns Code of Practice Update
The Development Group met for the first time last week to meet each other and discuss the objective and scope of this Code. A free flowing, open discussion was held amongst the group with some key themes coming to light. The intent of this Code is to assist
rail transport operators in managing train horn use, from both a safety and environmental perspective, with the ultimate goal of minimising the use of train horns to a SFAIRP level.