Railway Events : Rail Safety Conference 2013 – Melbourne

Rail Safety Conference 2013     5th – 7th March 2013 | Grand Hyatt | Melbourne

Rail Safety 2013 will bring together the key national decision-makers with the aim of delivering new ideas and developing innovative and progressive ways to meet customer expectations of safety.

The customer, be they passengers, freight or maintenance suppliers, is at the centre of everything we do as an industry. Although rail is the safest form of land transport the growing demand for rail services has highlighted the need to view safety from the perspective of our growing and diverse customer-base. Over the past two years, freight rail movements increased a record 18% to 853.5 million tonnes per annum and passenger trips grew to 769.9 million annual journeys, or more than 6%. Railways exist solely to provide a means of transportation for people and goods. Meeting and exceeding customer expectations of safety is an opportunity to move the industry forward.

RISSB is delighted to announce a new three-day format for Rail Safety 2013!

The rail industry has set the ambitious objective of zero harm at railway level crossings by 2025. As a consequence, Rail Safety 2013 will start with a comprehensive half-day workshop on level crossing safety. The main conference has attracted a number of diverse and notable ‘rail’ and ‘non rail’ speakers from Australia and overseas who will share their experiences of meeting customer safety expectations within their respective industries.

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