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  • Safety

    Everyone home safe every day

  • Mark CarneKeeping people safe on the railway is at the heart of everything we do.

    We’re creating a culture and system which will be sustainable for years to come and help us deliver not only a safer but a better performing and more efficient railway.

    In March 2014 Mark Carne, our chief executive, started the cascade of the safety statement to our people, contractors and subcontractors. The commitments apply to everyone who works on the railway.

    Our safety statement


  • Safety initiatives

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    Level crossings

    Guides to using level crossings, resources for teachers and parents, details for all our crossings and more.

    Level crossings
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    Station safety

    We're making people aware of the hazards presented by stairs, escalators and passengers with luggage in stations.

    Station safety
     
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    Workforce safety

    The Safety Central website promotes best health and safety practice in the rail industry including zero-tolerence to drugs and alcohol and CIRAS, the wistleblowing hotline.

    Safety Central
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    Lifesaving Rules

    These rules, which must never be broken, apply to all staff and are in place to keep us safe. We will all intervene if we feel a situation or behaviour might be unsafe.

    Our Lifesaving Rules
     
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    Teacher and parent resources

    Educational resources developed with teachers and pupils about electrification, level crossings and railway safety.

    Safety education
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    Rail Life

    A youth engagement initiative created by young people for young people covering rail safety issues on Tumblr.

    Rail Life
     
     
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