Rail Industry Guide to Safety Released
Pro-Visual Publishing has just released the newest edition of the Rail industry Guide to Safety 2012/13. Like previous editions this guide was compiled in association with the National Rail Safety Regulator (NRSR) and the Rail Track Association Australia (RTAA), and is provided to all rail industry operators, contractors and workers free of charge.
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The new edition in particular focuses on the new rail safety regulations, presenting readers within the rail industry with a quick reference guide to all things rail safety.
The Guide highlights the key requirements and duties expected of rail operators, contractors and safety workers. This includes details on accreditation, interface agreements, reporting and managing change. Failure to effectively manage change, maintain reports and meet national requirements can significantly increase the risk of major incidents.
From the NRSR, details regarding the Rail Safety National Law, the regulator’s function as well as compliance and enforcement of said law are a feature of this guide. The aim’s of the regulator is to provide seamless national rail transport system. Also included in this guide is information on the required Rail Industry Safety Induction (RISI) that all workers within rail must undertake. The RISI is a simple training course which introduces participants with awareness of legal obligations, safety requirements and management of hazards and risks prone to this industry.
Pro-Visual Publishing is the leading specialist in wall mounted workplace wall charts designed to inform, motivate, educate and above all keep people and their workplaces safe!
For further information, or to obtain copies of the chart, please call (02) 8272 2611, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.provisual.com.au
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