Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No:  RED 31 Notes for Briefers INTRODUCTION This presentation contains a number of graphics r...
Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No:  RED 31 INDEX OF RESOURCES Track Diagram of the Incident Location Photographs of damage t...
Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No:  Assisting Driver  laid protection about here The Incident Location Return To Index
Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No:  The Damage to the Train Return To Index
Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No:  Discussion Points – Train Crews Return To Index <ul><li>Does it matter that people descr...
Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No:  Discussion Points - Signallers Return To Index <ul><li>Does it matter that people descri...
Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No:  The Second Reconstruction Return To Index
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  1. 1. Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No: RED 31 Notes for Briefers INTRODUCTION This presentation contains a number of graphics resources, itemised on the next slide, which may prove helpful during your team’s discussions about the main reconstruction featured in the RED video. Please note that the slide show is not intended to be used in it’s entirety but should be tailored to your particular needs and that of your team. Quick links are provided so that you can jump to slides that you may wish to include in your discussions and you should feel free to edit any slide to suit your local needs.
  2. 2. Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No: RED 31 INDEX OF RESOURCES Track Diagram of the Incident Location Photographs of damage to train DISCUSSION POINTS For Train Crews For Signallers and Controllers Track Diagram of Second Reconstruction ILLUSTRATIONS CLICK
  3. 3. Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No: Assisting Driver laid protection about here The Incident Location Return To Index
  4. 4. Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No: The Damage to the Train Return To Index
  5. 5. Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No: Discussion Points – Train Crews Return To Index <ul><li>Does it matter that people describe locations in different ways? For example, a member of train crew might say, ‘Signal XY83 on the Up Main’, whilst a Permanent Way engineer might say ‘84 miles 2 chains on the MLN’ and a tree surgeon might say something like ‘between Middlemarch Crossing and Dorlcote Mill’? </li></ul><ul><li>Is it sensible to include named features like Chocolate Poodle Bridge in drivers’ route learning? Do they mean anything to signallers? </li></ul><ul><li>Are mileposts sufficiently visible – and always present? A re the boundaries of signal box areas sufficiently clear? </li></ul><ul><li>How do you think the train crew reacted? Were responsibilities properly assigned? Was it clear who was in charge? Given the shock he suffered, do you think the driver should have considered delegating his responsibilities to the Assisting Driver or Train Manager? </li></ul>
  6. 6. Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No: Discussion Points - Signallers Return To Index <ul><li>Does it matter that people describe locations in different ways? For example, a member of train crew might say, ‘Signal XY83 on the Up Main’, whilst a Permanent Way engineer might say ‘84 miles 2 chains on the MLN’ and a tree surgeon might say something like ‘between Middlemarch Crossing and Dorlcote Mill’? </li></ul><ul><li>Is it sensible to include named features like Chocolate Poodle Bridge in drivers’ route learning? Do they mean anything to signallers? </li></ul><ul><li>A re the boundaries of signal box areas sufficiently clear? </li></ul><ul><li>How do you think the signaller and controllers reacted? Were responsibilities properly assigned? Was it clear who was in charge? </li></ul><ul><li>Are the maps and diagrams available to signaller sufficiently detailed? </li></ul>
  7. 7. Briefers’ Notes Red 31 Slide No: The Second Reconstruction Return To Index

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