Staff Safety Representative Conference focusing on Welfare
There were a number of speakers, sharing best practices, tips and innovations that can and will change the way we work on the track. The engagement from the team, over 100 of our front line workers from more than 20 employers across the country and industry made sure that the views and opinions were broad and reflective of what it’s like to work on track worksites.
Welfare can mean many things, from having the right footwear, the correct size of safety boots can really reduce the risk of injuries, keeping cool and making the most of new fabrics and hydration as well as exploring if we have appropriate access to toilets – the results of this were disappointing but not unexpected and the TSA is working with our supply chain to develop a range of options that will improve matters.
Steve Featherstone – IP Track Programme Director - Network Rail set a challenge to the group in that welfare needs to be available for all, needs to be appropriate, accessible and at the worksite. We have work to do but the collective commitment to make difference is there and working in partnership to drive improvements across the supply chain means we can and will make the workplace a safer and more inclusive environment.
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Date / Time
16/04/2018 - 7am - 3pm
(8am - 9am registration)
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