This is serious – lives are at risk if it goes wrong.

  1. Management systems, ISO, EFQM, management review and business objectives.

    Implement excellent management processes that are business goal driven and backed up by internationally recognised standards.

  2. Safety Certification, ROGS Standards and regulatory compliance.

    Say what you do and how you do it. Demonstrate how you comply with legislation.

  3. Document control and record keeping.

    This is key and underpins everything your organisation does, it’s also really useful when you have to demonstrate what you’ve done and why you did it.

  4. Data analysis, presentation and visualisation.

    Know why you do something, and ensure everyone else can see the effects they have on what you do.

  5. Training and competency.

    Link your training and competency to the risks associated with equipment and physical work, create a targeted, robust and effective assessment / reassessment regime that doesn’t create a drain on production time.

  6. Change control.

    Create sensible controls over all sorts of change and demonstrate how you did so.

  7. Audit and non conformance.

    Implement and use a non conformance process, its one of the most effective ways to understand why things go wrong. Back it up with a planned proactive and reactive audit plan.

  8. Risk evaluation, exposure and asset models.

    Vital for today’s modern transport system, use an asset model to drive risk, technical and financial decision making.

  9. Supply chain management and materials management.

    Specify what you want, don’t get what your supplier thinks you want.

  10. Workload control and production management.

    Once you have the basics in place move forward with specific production process management tools.

  11. Drawing Service

    Schematics, Wiring Diagrams and general drawing services to railway standards.

  12. Dynamic Bearing Monitoring

    Experienced on train riders who can detect bearing, traction motor and suspension issues.