Would you like to get involved in the TSA workstreams?

Would you like to get involved in the TSA workstreams?

By Administrator

TSA News

5th Oct 2017

The TSA is looking for members of the industry to get involved in one or more of our newly restructured workstreams listed below.Prep4 InitiativesEnvironmental and Sustainability AwarenessBallast DustExtraordinary Safety ProgrammeFatigueMore details on these workstreams can be found here: ...read more


Calling all Close Call Champions

Calling all Close Call Champions

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Uncategorised

25th Sep 2017

Our senior leaders have each made a personal commitment to fully supporting anyone who reports a Close CallAre you a Close Call Champion?Do you know your Close Call Champion?Have you recently attended any TSA CCC training?We need to hear from you!Please send all names and contact details to ...read more


Prep4Summer

Prep4Summer

By Administrator

Prep4Summer

17th Jul 2017

This summer we need to look out for each other and highlight dangers to make sure that we all get home safely every day. The TSA have produced a number of safety briefs and material to support you.For all Prep4Summer publications please view in the resources section of the website:Resources ...read more


Introducing the Person in Charge

Introducing the Person in Charge

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Introducing the Person in Charge

28th Apr 2017

Black & White Works Manager Armlets are being used in High Output Track Renewals worksites to identify the Person in Charge on the site. ...read more


New safety advise video's

New safety advise video's

By Administrator

Uncategorised

19th Apr 2017

Prep4SafetyOn site safety is one of our key areas of risk when we look at our incidents and accidents. We often start a job with inherited hazards and risk, this could be in the form of scrap rail, left over materials, broken/missing catch pit lids, to name but a few; this can have a considerable ...read more


Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed

By Administrator

Uncategorised

18th Apr 2017

Japanese knotweed is a tall, vigorous ornamental plant that escaped from cultivation in the late nineteenth century to become an aggressive invasive species in the urban and rural environment. It is widespread throughout the railway corridor and whilst we are not legally obliged to remove Japanese ...read more


Introducing the new Black Hat

Introducing the new Black Hat

By Administrator

Introducing the Person in Charge

18th Apr 2017

Want to know who has overallresponsibility for your worksite?Black hats are being trialled across IP - Track to make it easy for you to identify who is in charge. ...read more


Employee Networks

Employee Networks

By Administrator

Uncategorised

8th Mar 2017

There are 6 NR staff networks, members of the Track Safety Alliance can join themtoo. Please feel free to contact the networks for further information ...read more


SafeStart17

SafeStart17

By Administrator

Uncategorised

10th Jan 2017

The TSA are proud to be exhibiting at SafeStart17 on 26th January 2017.Since itsinauguration in 2014 SafeStart has continued to grow and develop with each year being bigger and better than the last. The eventhas been designed to send out a coherent safety message across the network of IPEM Partner ...read more


Prep4Winter Driving

Prep4Winter Driving

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Prep4Winter

21st Dec 2016

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