1st Annual (2017)

Rail Network Resilience

Thursday 02 November 2017

1st Annual (2017)

Rail Network Resilience

Implementing new solutions for operational resilience to increase performance
Thursday 02 November 2017 Arup, London
The constant barrage of cyber attacks, train driver strikes and signalling failure has raised serious questions over how resilient the UK's railways are. In November 2017, Rail Network Resilience will act to resolve issues of reliability, safety and performance that have brought the industry near tipping point. It’s practical focus makes it a must attend event for anyone involved with network operations, safety, maintenance and management, as well as strategy and policy based roles.

Highlights of attending:

  • Hear Network Rail’s plans for improving safety, performance and meeting customer requirements in CP6
  • Overcome the growing threat cyber attacks pose to both the railway and it’s users’ safety
  • Take away innovative solutions set to improve the physical durability of the railway, with strategies such as condition monitoring
  • Hear new case studies on how an effective communication strategy helps minimise disruption
  • Address the increasing recruitment crisis in the rail industry and understand how staff shortages are impacting both network operations and passenger safety
  • Understand how extreme weather and climate change is impacting the way we build our rail infrastructure now and in the future

Register now to SAVE £50 - online, by email or by calling 020 7067 1597.

"Very informative, stimulating level of debate."

S. Kearns, Transport for London

Who will I meet?

  • TOCs
  • FOCs
  • Network Rail
  • Transport consultants
  • Transport authorities
  • Engineers
  • Contractors
  • DfT
  • ORR
  • Passenger bodies
  • Local authorities

Very interesting speakers on a range of issues

Why should I attend?

While the resilience of the railway has been more commonly associated with the impact of the environment on the network, there is a growing concern within the industry that the railway is suffering in terms of operational resilience. With recent news calling in to question the reliability and management of the rail network, this timely event has been produced with a unique focus on operational resilience.  Attend for strategies and solutions you can apply to your organisation that work to ensure successful and reliable railway operations.

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