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  • New safety video premieres as dark nights draw in

    The organisation responsible for light rail safety has released a new animated video urging pedestrians to take extra care around tramways as dark nights start to draw in.

  • Appointment drives development of risk model

    Plans to further develop a comprehensive, sector-wide risk model have received a major boost with a key appointment by the organisation responsible for driving light rail safety.

  • Safety videos in line for prestigious award

    A series of animated videos have put the Light Rail Safety and Standards Board in the frame for a high-profile award.

  • New scenarios boost virtual reality safety tool

    The latest virtual reality technology is now available to light rail operators looking to further enhance safety as part of their recruitment and training processes.

  • RIDDOR guidance updated

    Supplementary guidance on the statutory Reporting of Injuries, Diseases, and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) has been published by the organisation responsible for driving light rail safety.

  • Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    A deep sadness hangs over the nation following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and all at the Light Rail Safety and Standards Board would like to extend our sincere sympathy and thoughts to the Royal Family.

  • Workshops to drive ambitious delivery programme

    Key projects that are set to play a crucial role in further enhancing light rail safety will be the focus of a series of workshops in Birmingham next week.

  • Setting new standard for fire risk management

    Comprehensive fire safety guidance for tramways, metros and similar transit systems has been published by the Light Rail Safety and Standards Board.

  • Health and safety report welcomed by Light Rail SSB

    A new report that aims to ensure the rail industry remains focused on the basics of health and safety management has been welcomed by the Light Rail SSB.

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