We've created a range of guides to explain the different responsibilities within the Train Driving Licences and Certificates Regulations 2010 (TDLCR). Together these guides provide comprehensive information on all aspects of the TDLCR.
Explains the application of the Railway Safety Regulations 1999. The Railway Safety Regulations 1999 (RSR 99) required the installation of a form of train protection on the railway, and the staged withdrawal of Mark I rolling stock and of rolling stock with hinged doors without central locking. The RSR 99 were introduced to deal with safety risks highlighted by a series of accidents from trains
Explains the application of the Railway Safety (Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 1997. The Railway Safety (Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 1997 replaced a large number of old provisions, dating back as far as 1839. They created five new goal-setting duties to: prevent unauthorised access to the railway infrastructure (for example by means of lineside fencing); provide means of passenger
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