Rail Safety Week Westerns Big Fix 2019.

24th – 30th June 2019
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Western’s Big Fix 
Monday 24th – Friday 28th June 2019
Do you have a health, safety, welfare or environmental issue…
– That has needed resolving for a long time?
– That could be cleared up quickly, in a day or even a few hours?
– That needs cross-department support, or where you don’t know who to turn to?
– That would make a difference to our staff, passengers and partners if resolved?
– That has been left to be dealt with “for a rainy day”?
– That doesn’t fall into normal Health & Safety processes?
If you can answer yes to any of the above we want to hear from you. We’re holding daily conference calls to arrange as many fixes as possible.
To submit a suggestion or report a success email the co-ordinator, James Denny:james.denny@networkrail.co.uk
Across the two days over 50 events will take place!see selected events below:
Monday 24th June

Plymouth DU Par S&T, H&S Depot Inspection and site visits, Lead by S. Mansell
Works Delivery Track, Safety Stand Down for Manual Handling, lead by Dan Parkes – project managers/supervisors

Plymouth DU Taunton, H&S Depot Inspection and site visits, Lead by Andy Carver/ Gary  Crosbie
Tuesday 25th June

Operations, Station safety Group, Alan Ratcliffe

Plymouth DU  Truro Track Team, Access Point Work, Paul Holland

Bristol DU, 3M Mask Fitting &  Presentation, Tim Buffery & Andy Wayland
Wednesday 26th June

Swindon DU, Boots on ballast safety  tour/self‐assurance, Lead – IME

Plymouth DU  Samaritans, Samaritans MSC, Gary Crosbie

Works Delivery, Deep Dive into lessons  learned – looking forward  to 2021 planned work, Dan Parkes, & Jason  Pankhurst 
Thursday 27th June

Newton Abbot Depot, Depot Tidy Day, Andy Thompson

Stations: Operations, Manual Handling working  group, Togara Marcia

Western Route, Western’s Big Fix, James Denny
Friday 28th June

Works Delivery, Safety Stand down on Near Miss and Working at height recap, Jon Turner
For a full list of events please email alan@railsafetyweek.co.uk
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