PPS Rail planning senior management have been at the forefront of the major Rail Industry changes with respect to the 019 standard since its inception and welcome the challenges the industry faces to achieve its goals.
In 2017 Network Standard for Safety of people at work on or near the line standard No NR/L2/OHS/019 has been revised to Issue 9.
Option 1 (Large schemes) – A full-time dedicated SWP planner on site in your office to manage large volumes of planning and distribution work, ensuring your scheme is compliant with all relevant standards. This has the advantage that you will have a competent SWP planner on site to fully integrate with the project team.
Option 2 (Smaller schemes) – A part-time SWP planner is a flexible alternative for projects not requiring a large volume of work however a workable integrated process will be required to ensure all risks are identified and controlled
Option 3 (Ad-hoc projects) – This is a totally flexible service, managed remotely in our office, by an experienced SWP planner. This would be suitable for projects requiring up to 10 packs per week, but with the flexibility to expand or contract to meet peaks and troughs in demand and again a workable integrated process will be required to ensure all risks are identified and controlled
For more information on Safe Work Pack Planning, please contact a member of our Planning Team on 01925 813897 (during normal office hours).
The Safe Work Pack Service
(SWP) to ensure the Task, Location and Operational risks are identified and controlled throughout the planning process resulting in a robust safe work pack.
Line blocks Via the GZAM system and associated RT3181 forms are of course part of this service.
As this is a major change a copy of our current SWP template can be downloaded here for guidance and we welcome any feedback or suggestions.
For more information on Safe Work Pack Planning, please contact a member of our Planning Team on 01925 813897.