In this month’s video, Hayden explains how we’re helping to keep each other and our customers protected by wearing our masks.Continue reading “Train Crewing video update – January”
Following a comprehensive development period, the latest web based technology in Train Crewing has gone live with the Proactive Assignment Tool (PAT) being rolled out at the ROC.
Acting Senior Manager Day of Operations Shaunagh Vaughn believes the tool will lead to significant improvements in the way standby crew are assigned, especially when the network is operating under degraded conditions.Continue reading “Assignment tool rolled out at the ROC”
This month, we’re raising awareness on incident prevention across the network. This focus supports the continued rollout of our Depot Incident Dashboards.Continue reading “Our January Safety Focus”
Last Saturday (16 January), ATP training commenced for Mortdale drivers.
The training, which is being progressively rolled out across the Illawarra region over the coming months, comprises two days of classroom-based learning with simulators, scenarios and e-learning modules and an additional on-board training day to prepare drivers for NORMAL mode operation.Continue reading “ATP training kicks off at Mortdale”
Do you know someone who deserves to be recognised for going above and beyond?
We know people in Train Crewing go above and beyond every day – but we need your help to find the best of the best.Continue reading “Nominate a superstar for an Excellence Award”
Driver and Mental Health Ambassador Lee Marechal is renowned at Flemington for going above and beyond to offer support to his colleagues.
Following an incident on the network in January, Lee provided support to crew and also reached out to those in other branches to check on their welfare.
In this short interview, Lee tells us why listening is so important and offers some advice for maintaining a good mental health.Continue reading “MHA profile: Lee Marechal”