don't be a passenger drive rail safety forwards.

Health and safety is essential to saving lives on the tracks. We are supporting National Rail Safety Week 2018 in hopes we can spread the message about staying safe on UK railways. 

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the big three.

National Rail Safety Week is a chance to focus on aspects of well-being that impact the rail workers of today. This year, we’re taking a look at ballast dust, worker fatigue and behavioural safety. 

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behavioural safety.

Up to 80% of workplace accidents are caused by unsafe behaviours. Learn how to bring behavioural safety to your business. 

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the future of rail.

The UK rail network is expanding. With this, comes increasing numbers of workers, commuters and H&S challenges. View five rail projects that are changing the way we travel.  

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keep your thirst quenched.

Did you know, by the time you have a dry mouth you're already dehydrated? View our hints for keeping your hydration on schedule. 

hydration hints
 

Q&A with steve french.

Behavioural safety is a useful tool in reducing workplace incidents. We spoke with Steve French, safety performance and leadership coach at Buckingham Group, to find out more.

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women in rail.

Health and safety is synonymous with happiness and wellbeing. In a sector where 41% have never worked with a female manager, the happiness of women hoping to progress into senior roles may be hindered...

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camera, action.

Work with us to raise awareness for national rail safety week on social media. Share a snap of you and your colleagues on site and tell us what rail safety means to you.

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The most effective communication respects experience. By allowing the most experienced and trusted employees assist in the exemplary running of the site, then high performance follows. Since introducing behavioural safety to our business, we have noticed a greater degree of cooperation and trust.

- Steve French, safety performance and leadership coach, Buckingham Group

National Rail Safety Week is the ideal platform to raise awareness of the health and safety issues present within the sector. The wellbeing of the workers who maintain, repair and improve the infrastructure is essential. Randstad as a supplier is proud to support and take part in this year's NRSW.

- Paul Pickering, safety, health and environmental manager, Randstad CPE