RTM365: The Future of Rail Safety | Workforce Wellbeing

 Our workforce is our most valuable asset when it comes to operating, building, and supporting our railway. However, over the years we haven't given the well-being of our workforce the attention it deserves.

Supporting mental health at work is critical to maintaining a healthy workplace culture and helping our employees to not only do their tasks but also thrive, making the railway a better and safer place to work.

Event host, Helen Fospero hosted an engaging panel discussion with Patience P Chiketero, Occupational Health and Wellbeing Manager, Network Rail, Rachel Avenell, Comms & Engagement Specialist, Rail Delivery Group and Jo Llewellyn, HR Wellbeing Specialist, Transport for Greater Manchester to discuss workforce wellbeing via Rail Technolgy Magazines virtual festival of events RTM365.

Over 12 months, RTM365 has covered some of the most topical issues faced by the rail industry including, Equality and Diversity, Workforce Retention, the Digital Skills Gap, Decarobinsation, Passenger Experience and the upcoming transition to Great British Railways.

All of our content is available to view on-demand, just head to the 'On Demand' tab at the top of this page.

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RTM Dec 23/Jan 24

Battery Powered Rail on Merseyside

This issue highlights the latest topics within the rail industry, from how the HS2 decision affects rail freight to the draft rail reform bill.                            

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TransCityRail is a series of regional, interactive and insightful events across the country bringing together leaders, collaborators, problem solvers and innovators in a creative and invigorating way.
 

This series of events supports and informs the whole of the rail industry and connects suppliers with buyers, specifiers, leaders and decision-makers looking to procure a wide variety of innovative products and services for their region.

09/11/23

TransCityRail Midlands

The Midlands accounts for a significant portion of the UK’s rail investment strategy and the government has shown a commitment to investing in rail infrastructure and services in the Midlands region as part of its efforts to improve transportation, boost economic growth, and enhance connectivity.

Every year leaders of industry from Network Rail, HS2, Train Operators, Major Contractors and transport bodies converge at the TransCityRail Midlands conference, exhibition and networking dinner for a day of collaboration, conversation and engagement.

This year the plans for 2024 on Midland Main Line Electrification, HS2 (High-Speed Rail 2), East West Rail, Midlands Connect, Birmingham Curzon Street Station, Station Upgrades, Freight Rail Improvement and much more will be disclosed...

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