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Keeping the Corporate Memory Alive on GB Rail
Mon 13th November @ 19:30 - 22:00
The railway has been learning from accidents and incident since its inception, but in a fluid industry – where staff retire, move on or move in from elsewhere – there is a very real concern that lessons learnt in the more recent past will be forgotten. Author, RCTS member and Operational Feedback Lead at the Rail Safety & Standards Board Greg Morse will describe the railway accidents at Clapham (1988), Ladbroke Grove (1999) and Hatfield (2000), covering their causes and the lessons learnt from them. He will also consider why these lessons remain relevant on today’s railway.
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