MAP Fundraiser with Paul Clyndes

MAP Fundraiser with Paul Clyndes

By Francois Lombard

TSA News

29th Jan 2020

PAUL CLYNDES, the RMT’s Health and Safety Officer writes: I’m fortunate to have been selected to take part in a 240 km fundraising cycle ride through Palestine in April 2020. I am raising funds for the charity Medical Aid for Palestinians. MAP delivers health and medical care to ...read more


Mobile Expandable Wellbeing Unit (MEWU) Launched!

Mobile Expandable Wellbeing Unit (MEWU) Launched!

By Steve Spicer

Innovation

24th Jan 2020

The Track Safety Alliance – set out a challenge in April 2018 to improve site welfare. Whilst out NR standard details that welfare should ideally be within 10 minutes of the worksite but within 20 minutes. Even with these parameters most welfare breaks are taken behind trees as less than 20% ...read more


Every Action has a Consequence

By Francois Lombard

TSA News

1st Nov 2019

Continuing our TSA theme of Every Action has a consequence, please find a link below to the latest posters, in the 'TSA Consequences' section of our 'Resources' page, for use in your offices and on your worksites to help drive Safety Conversations. We have received some positive feedback on this ...read more


Consequences Conference

By Francois Lombard

TSA News

24th Oct 2019

A Consequences Conference was held on Wednesday 16th October 2019. To download the conference agenda click here. ...read more


Stay Focused

Stay Focused

By Steve Featherstone

TSA News

2nd Oct 2019

The risk of accidents and incidents can increase through these periods of change, so please look out for each other and Speak Louder if you have any concerns about something you see or hear. If you would like to view or download this or any of our other safety posters please see the 'TSA ...read more


Schools Out For Summer

Schools Out For Summer

By Dan Spicer

Safety

25th Jul 2019

A reminder of the risk we now face with the schools breaking up for 6 weeks holiday’s, With some Children thinking the Railway is a playground. Please be vigilant and report any instances of Trespass to the British Transport Police. ...read more


Infrastructure Projects (Signalling) Shared Learning 19/01 January 2019 – June 2019

Infrastructure Projects (Signalling) Shared Learning 19/01 January 2019 – June 2019

By Francois Lombard

Safety

16th Jul 2019

This Shared Learning document details key issues and incidents that have occurred on Signalling Projects between January 2019 and June 2019 and provides the key learning points associated with them. It is intended for distribution within the Network Rail Signalling community and the Supply Chain in ...read more


We are now on Week 4 of Programme 4 of the TSA Health Challenge

By Francois Lombard

Health Challenge

16th Jul 2019

Programme 4: Week 4 update Nutrition: - Apples Apples: Are a good source of fibre and vitamin C. May aid weight loss in several ways. Promote heart health in several ways. They are high in soluble fibre, which helps lower cholesterol. They also have polyphenols, which are linked to lower blood ...read more


We are now on Week 3 of Programme 4 of the TSA Health Challenge

By Francois Lombard

Health Challenge

11th Jul 2019

Programme 4: Week 3 update Nutrition: - Live-cultured yoghurt (LCY) LCY: Contains almost every nutrient that your body needs, and is especially high in calcium, B vitamins and trace minerals; it is also very high in protein which is helpful for appetite and weight control. Contains probiotics - ...read more


We are now on Week 6 of Programme 3 of the TSA Health Challenge

By Francois Lombard

Health Challenge

26th Jun 2019

Programme 3: Week 6 update Nutrition: - Kale, why eat kale? Kale is very high in nutrients and very low in calories, making it one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. It has several powerful antioxidants, which have numerous beneficial effects on health Kale is extremely high in ...read more


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