The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) today published its latest occupational health report which shows that there has been a meaningful improvement in the rail industry's management of worker health over the last four years.
This report provides our updated assessment on the management of work-related ill health in the rail industry by the end of our first four year health programme. It covers the period 1 April 2010 to 31 March 2014.
Information on work-related health issues in the rail industry and directs you to detailed advice to help you manage and control health risks. On this page: General Q&A Employers Q&A Workers Q&A General Where can I find advice on a work-related health disease? The HSE's website provides detailed advice on most work-related diseases under tackling occupational disease. How do I report a rail
Information on our occupational health programme's key events and a sample of the presentations. One key way in which we promote our health programme is by arranging and delivering presentations at key events. Launch of annual health and safety report 2017-18 The launch event for ORR's annual report on health and safety performance for 2017-18 included a presentation on progress by the industry in
This page gives an overview of how we will process applications for safety-related approvals required under Transport and Works Act Orders, Light Railway Act Orders and Private Acts of Parliament. This guide describes how ORR will process applications for safety-related approvals required under Transport and Works Act Orders, Light Railway Act Orders and Private Acts of Parliament. The approval
This page contains a list of entities in charge of maintenance (ECM) certificates and links to the certificates issued by us up to 3 May 2018. Responsibility for the surveillance of these ECMs has now been transferred to other certification bodies.
This page provides summary guidance on how managers, employees, and human resource professionals should work together to prevent work-related stress, with links to additional resources to support each role. The HSE management standards approach requires managers and employees to work together to improve six main areas of work (demands, control, support, relationships, role, and change) that, if