Sue McCarrey Delivers a MasterClass in Regulating During the Coronavirus
The third in our MasterClass series of webinars featured Sue McCarrey, CEO of ONRSR. Sue's informative and educational webinar unpacked how ONRSR are regulating through the COVID-19 pandemic and detailed the priorities, issues and directions of Australia's now fully national rail safety regulator and answered some difficult and through-provoking questions along the way.
Next week we'll hear from Tim Young, Executive General Manager
Rollingstock Services, Downer Group who will be delivering a presentation on Technology, The Future and Rail.
If you'd like to join us for Tim Young's webinar, please click the dark blue 'Register Now' button below this story.
Technical experts and industry leaders presenting in May:
Tuesday, 5 May
Allan Spence (Network Rail, UK)
Tuesday, 12 May
Dr Todd Bentley (Holistic Systems & Assurance)
Tuesday, 19 May
Carolyn Walsh (ATSB and NTC)
Tuesday, 26 May
Daniel Kalnins (Willow)
Keeping checking your inbox for your invitation to our May webinar events.
The Human Factor Managers Group (HFMG) includes membership from a wide range of organisations including Transport for NSW, Sydney Trains, Victoria Department of Transport, Metro Trains Melbourne, Pacific National, Aurizon, Fortescue, PTAWA, V/Line, Queensland Rail, ARTC, and One Rail Australia. It was formed following collaboration in the production of several RISSB Human Factors Standards and Guidelines. There was a desire among HF Managers on the Development Groups for these RISSB products to meet regularly to establish common objectives and promote Human Factors as a means to increase not only safety but also usability and performance
of our rail networks. The third meeting of the HFMG will be held remotely on 19 May 2020 and will examine a range of previously discussed actions and projects, discuss HF standards and hear from ONRSR.
A collaboration between TrackSAFE and R U OK? this annual industry-wide day inspires rail staff across Australia and New Zealand to look out for one another during life's (including worklife's) ups and downs by asking "Are you OK?" and really listening to the answer.
By participating in Rail R U OK?Day, and encouraging meaningful conversations, you'll help create a stronger, safe and more supportive rail industry.
Starting a conversation? Follow these four simple steps:
3. Encourage action
4. Check in