+ Open Calls For Public Consultation
+ Open Calls For Development Group Members
+ AS 7739.1 Digital Engineering Part 1: Principles and Concepts Update
+ Code of Practice Safety Critical Operational Information Update
+ National Rail Skills Hub Reference Group Meets
+ RISSB Derailment Investigation Delivered in Melbourne and Sydney
+ Did You Know RISSB Offers Online Training?
+ Rail Safety Conference Photos
AS 7739.1 Digital Engineering Part 1: Principles and Concepts Update
Submissions from the public consultation phase have been collated and sent to the Development Group for further consideration. A series of meetings is now planned to assess what, if any change, is needed prior to the Standard being finalised for approval and publication.
Code of Practice Safety Critical Operational Information Update
The Development Group are currently
considering a proposed data model that, if adopted by rail transport managers, will help drive harmonisation in the collection, collation, and distribution of safety critical operational information.
This is expected to be the final work required prior to the Code being made available for public consultation in June this year.
Rail Safety Conference Photos
A big thank you once again to all our guest speakers, panel moderators and attendees for asking the hard questions and bringing sustainability, safety, culture, and risk management to the fore at this annual event.
For those who attended, below is a sneak peek at some of the photos that were taken over the two-day event.
National Rail Skills Hub Reference Group Meets
The Stakeholder Reference Group for the National Rail Skills Hub met last week to discuss how the hub will help improve access to pathways to rail skills, and coordinate state-based academies and industry training initiatives to recognise each other's credentials. After this initial fruitful discussion, more meetings have been planned.
RISSB Derailment Investigation Delivered in Melbourne and Sydney
The first RISSB Derailment Investigation and Analysis Workshop was delivered in Melbourne to a full house. Great stories were shared by participants and those stories added to the richness of the experience. A big thank you to V/Line for the use of their training space for this course.
A further Derailment and Analysis Workshop is planned for Sydney commencing 18th July. This course is filling fast, so please register your interest via our website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did You Know RISSB Offers Online Training?
In addition to offering face to face training, did you know that RISSB also offers online training in safety critical communications (for protection officers), risk management, rail safety workers obligations , and fundamentals of rail safety?
These short courses are ideal for anyone new to the rail industry or those wanting to upskill or improve their knowledge of rail safety, risk, or safety critical communications.
Each course takes from 1-2 hours to complete and are available on RISSB's Learning Expresspage.