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Learning from incidents and Planning Change

london

This webinar recording contains the following presentations:
– Network Rails Engineering Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Gregory Strong and Mark Sturgess
– Caught between a rail and a hard place. Anjum Naweed, CQ University and Mark Young, RAIB
– Disaster Management Plan for Railway Hazards except accidents. Somnath Pal, Indian Railways
– Leading Safety on the edge of disruptions: creating a repository of railway Knowledge as a survival kit in an era of turbulence. Dr Mabila – Mathebula and Dr Peaceman Sopazi
– Seeing events in context:the human – data interface. Howard Taylor, ORR

Year of Publication: 2020

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Collaborating across the workforce

london

This webinar recording contains the following presentations:
– Using Virtual Reality Simulation to Reinforce Non-Technical Skills Between Train Drivers and Network Controllers. Nicolas Renoir
– Authority Gradients Between Frontline Workers: Motivations and Behaviours. Birdie Luva and Anjum Naweed, CQ University
– The Sum of its parts? Exploring the structure and content of SPAD investigation pro formas. Dr Anjum Naweed, CQ University and Dr Nora Balfe, Irish Rail.
– Current Challenges and Prospects for Fostering Engineers Who can Make Decisions and Act While Responding to Equipment Failiures. Hiroshi Inoue, JREU.

Year of Publication: 2020

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What’s next looking forwards to 2050?

london

This webinar recording contains the following presentations:
– Prevention is Better Than Cure – Digital Twin Based Robust Train Planning Approach. Paul Yates, Toshiba
– Safety Improvement Strategies for Future Railway Systems. Nikhil Bugalia, Yu Maemura, Kazumasa Ozawa
– Future Industry Collaboration – Two Nations Perspectives. Jesse Baker, RISSB and Ann Mills RSSB
– Challenge and Opportunity: The Role Of Human Factors in the Design of a Safe and Resilient Digital Railway. Richard Bye, Network Rail

Year of Publication: 2020

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SNCF Rail Safety and the Fourth Industrial Revolution Frédéric Delorme, Chief Safety Officer, SNCF, France (Paper)

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The fourth industrial revolution is having an impact on three different areas: global mobility systems, long-term disruptive railway technologies and safety demonstration challenges, but also intermediate digital solutions for new safety loops in the short term. These new opportunities for our business are bringing new safety challenges with them, which will be presented in this paper.

Year of Publication: 2019

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