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Red 33 final slides

  1. 1. March 2012 Notes for Briefers INTRODUCTIONThis presentation contains a number of graphics resources, itemised on the next slide, which may prove helpful during your team’s discussions about the reconstructions in the video.Please note that the slide show is not intended to be used in its 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. March 2012 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 1
  2. 2. RED 33 INDEX OF RESOURCES Click to a panel to go to the selected slideFirst Reconstruction Second Reconstruction Discussion points Discussion Points Useful Links Track Diagrams Useful Links March 2012 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 2
  3. 3. First Reconstruction - Discussion PointsTo what extent do you feel part of a team? Do you think about the bigger picture orjust your own role?In the scenario we saw do you think the signallers and incident controller could haveresolved the situation more quickly?What can be done to improve the speed and value of information for staff andpassengers?Why do some people go the extra mile, like the driver who walked through his train toreassure passengers, while others do the bare minimum?How long would you swelter on a crowded train, until you forced the doors open andwalked away?In this Olympic year, our railways will be in the spotlight. So, how can we make surevisitors are impressed? Index March 2012 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 3
  4. 4. First Reconstruction - Useful Links Click on a box to go to the relevant web page (requires internet access and log-in)T605 Good Practice GuideAn operational and design-based guide to support those involved in the management of on-train crowding.T626 Good Practice GuideResearch into the management of passengers on trains stranded in high ambient temperaturesA Drivers Guide To Public Address (PA)Advice on when and how to communicate effectively with passengers.RAIB Report into Passengers De-trainingA preliminary report into the causes and consequences of a detraining incident near London St PancrasATOC Good Practice GuideResponding to the Failure or Non-Availability of On-Train Air-Conditioning Index March 2012 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 4
  5. 5. Second Reconstruction - Discussion PointsHow should the COSS and the signaller have established a complete understandingabout the COSS’s exact location?Do you think the signaller should have checked the information given by the COSS on amap of the area to establish that the COSS was in the designated location, or was heentitled to expect that the COSS would be in the right place?Is there local jargon in use in your area that could be potentially confusing?What do you think about the way in which the signaller and the COSS confirmed thatthe train had passed? Should there have been better communication about exactlywhich train was being discussed?Would you know, from the mileage given, whether someone was where they thoughtthey were? Do you think you should know? Index March 2012 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 5
  6. 6. Second Reconstruction – Track Diagrams 1 IndexMarch 2012 Diagram 2 Diagram 3 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 6
  7. 7. Second Reconstruction – Track Diagrams 2 IndexMarch 2012 Diagram 1 Diagram 3 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 7
  8. 8. Second Reconstruction – Track Diagrams 3 IndexMarch 2012 Diagram 1 Diagram 2 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 8
  9. 9. Second Reconstruction - Useful LinksClick on the box to go to the relevant section on Opsweb (will require internet access and log-in)Safety Critical Communications - overviewRisk of ErrorsChallenges - what stops us communicating effectively?Improving Safety Critical CommunicationsGood practice in Safety Critical Communications Index March 2012 Notes for Briefers Slide No: 9