Sentinel Scheme Rules
This document defines the rules and mechanisms for compliance for the Sentinel Scheme together with the consequences of breaching those rules.
Track Workers' SQE Handbook
Our Track Workers’ Handbook has been developed to ensure that critical company health, safety, quality and environmental information is clearly cascaded throughout our work force.
Rule Book Updates
Current Industry Rule Book Updates are made available to all of our workers to ensure they are fully aware of changes in practice.
Last checked July 2019
RSSB Glossary of Railway Terminology Issue 4 December 2017Download
General safety responsibilities and personal track safety for non-track workersDownload
General duties and track safety for track workersDownload
Instructions for track workers who use emergency protection equipmentDownload
Duties of the lookout and site wardenDownload
Duties of a points operator and route-setting agent - moving and securing points by handDownload
General duties of an individual working alone (IWA)Download
General duties of a controller of site safety (COSS)Download
IWA, COSS or PC blocking a line December 2017Download
IWA or COSS setting up safe systems of work within possessions December 2017Download
Duties of the COSS or SWL and person in charge when using a hand trolleyDownload
Duties of the person in charge of the possession (PICOP) December 2017Download
Duties of the engineering supervisor (ES) or safe work leader (SWL) in a possession December 2017Download
Duties of the machine controller (MC) and on-track plant operator December 2017Download
Duties of a level crossing attendantDownload
General duties of a safe work leader (SWL) working outside a possessionDownload
Safe work leader (SWL) blocking a line December 2017Download
NR/L3/ELP/29987 (Issue 5) Working On or About 25 kV A.C. Electrified LinesDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 1 - General RequirementsDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 2 - Assessment of Electrical RisksDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 3 - Management of Electrical RisksDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 4 - Maintaining the Integrity and Safe Operation of 25KV AC Electrified LinesDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 5 - Particular Actions to be Taken by the Infrastructure MaintainerDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 6 -Planning of IsolationsDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 7 - Isolation and Earthing of Overhead Line EquipmentDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 8 - Local Isolation and Earthing of Overhead Line EquipmentDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 9 - Isolation and Earthing when Constructing or Dismantling Overhead Line EquipmentDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 10 - Use of Voltage Testing Devices, Portable Earthing Equipment and Temporary Continuity JumpersDownload
NR-L3-ELP-299887 - Issue 5 - Module 11 - Working on Overhead Line EquipmentDownload
Our PPE guide has been produced in collaboration with SafeAid to ensure that all of our workers fully understand how to wear, use and care for the PPE that is issued to them.
We are registered with the Information Commissioners Office and are fully compliant with the Data Protection Act 1998. A copy of our registration certificate can be downloaded here.
NR Life Saving Rules
TSA Prep4Summer - Heat Stress PosterDownload
TSA Prep4Summer - Lineside Fires PosterDownload
TSA Prep4Summer - Reuseable Bottle PosterDownload
TSA Prep4Summer - No Plastics PosterDownload
Safety First Poster Q3 BehaviourDownload
Safety First Poster Q4 Winter DrivingDownload
HSE Fatigue Risk Calculator
Please download and read the HSE user guidance document and the HSE index which has been implemented in the form of a spreadsheet. Before using the Fatigue and Risk Index Calculator for the first time, it is recommended that users read the research report associated with the development of the Index.
Please click here for the latest highway code.
The Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales and is essential reading for every road user. Many of the rules of the Code are legal requirements and you may be fined, given points on your licence or disqualified if you don’t obey them. In serious cases you could also be sent to prison.
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