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Passenger Service Supervisors regularly breaching the ‘right of way’ procedure
The concern related to Passenger Service Supervisors (PSS) not manning their station at the rear of the train when the train departs every station.
Mode: Rail
Date: 23 Apr 2019
Ref no.: RR201900010
Communication to staff regarding procedural changes
The concern related to the way major changes in the Network Information Books (NIB) are distributed and communicated to staff.
Mode: Rail
Date: 31 Jan 2019
Ref no.: RR201900003
Document control within Network Control
The concern related to insufficient document control by [Operator] train controllers.
Mode: Rail
Date: 1 Dec 2018
Ref no.: RR201800037
Use of Colour Light Points Indicators (CLPI)
The concern related to the use of Colour Light Points Indicators (CLPI) across the [Operator] network.
Mode: Rail
Date: 30 Nov 2018
Ref no.: RR201800036
Inadequate communication and training relating to changes in operational procedures
Inadequate promotion of updated operational procedures and insufficient training to employees in relation to procedural changes.
Mode: Rail
Date: 14 Nov 2018
Ref no.: RR201800031
Training and supervision for track workers
The concern related to inadequate training and supervision for track workers, which the reporter believes is resulting in several serious incidents where track workers have had near misses with trains.
Mode: Rail
Date: 8 Nov 2018
Ref no.: RR201800028
Use of personal electronic devices
The concern related to train drivers and network controllers utilising personal electronic devices whilst operating trains and control boards.
Mode: Rail
Date: 25 Sep 2018
Ref no.: RR201800023
Train driver fatigue
The concern related to the operator enacting an unforeseen circumstances clause regularly, rather than rostering effectively to mitigate driver fatigue.
Mode: Rail
Date: 31 Jul 2018
Ref no.: RR201800013
Multiple breaches of procedures at Network Control Centre during period of industrial action
The concerns related to a number of policy and procedure breaches to ensure operational continuity at the Network Control Centre during protected industrial action.
Mode: Rail
Date: 13 Jul 2018
Ref no.: RR201800011
Poor safety culture following organisational restructure
The concern related to disregard for safety, specifically in relation to fatigue management of employees, poor maintenance of locomotives and rolling stock, and training and qualification of train crews.
Mode: Rail
Date: 8 Jun 2018
Ref no.: RR201800008
Fatigue management of maintenance employees
The concern related to the use of the Fatigue Audit InterDyne (FAID) model being used as the sole indicator for fatigue management.
Mode: Rail
Date: 20 Feb 2018
Ref no.: RR201800004
Fatigue risk management
Drivers operating beyond maximum hours under ‘driver only’ operations
Mode: Rail
Date: 23 Jan 2018
Ref no.: RR201800002
Fatigue due to roster
The concern related to fatigue which was being caused by a roster.
Mode: Rail
Date: 11 Aug 2017
Ref no.: RR201700016
Safety of track infrastructure
The concern related to the poor standard of track in the network leading to a number of major derailments on the mainline, and drivers being instructed to follow a computer based driving system even when they did not think the system was driving the train in the safest manner.
Mode: Rail
Date: 27 Jul 2017
Ref no.: RR201700015
Management of the incremental train control system
The concern related to the operator’s management of the incremental train control system.
Mode: Rail
Date: 26 Jul 2017
Ref no.: RR201700012
Maintenance practices being carried out on rail wagons, locomotives and relay vans
The concern related to two specific maintenance practices being carried out on rail wagons, locomotives and relay vans by the operator’s contracted maintenance company.
Mode: Rail
Date: 26 Jul 2017
Ref no.: RR201700014
Lack of preventative maintenance practices leading to defective wagons being in operation
The concern related to the operator not performing preventative maintenance which means that defects are being postponed and hence defective wagons are being used in operations.
Mode: Rail
Date: 26 Jul 2017
Ref no.: RR201700013
Fatigue due to the small number of driver’s qualified to design an efficient roster
The concern related to the number of drivers with sufficient qualifications to effectively design a roster which does not induce fatigue in the driver population.
Mode: Rail
Date: 22 May 2017
Ref no.: RR201700009
Training and competencies
The concern related to inadequate training provided to signallers.
Mode: Rail
Date: 15 May 2017
Ref no.: RR201700008
Use of correct phraseology by drivers on the metropolitan network
The concern related to drivers not using the correct phraseology when using radios on the metropolitan network.
Mode: Rail
Date: 4 May 2017
Ref no.: RR201700007
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