We undertake a range of services on Network Rail's infrastructure, including the delivery of track renewal projects. We have developed high levels of expertise and national coverage in the delivery of Possession Management, Electrification, Technical Services, Track Renewals and Maintenance.
We pride ourselves on the professionalism, quality and dedication of our management and delivery teams. We achieve high standards in performance and delivery through significant investment in comprehensive training, mentoring and from developing the right behaviours and culture throughout our organisation.
We provide our people with the very best quality training through our modern, fully equipped training centres in Colchester, Derby, Manchester, Sunderland and Carlisle. We also deliver these high quality services to a range of client organisations.
Our employees are trained in a range of rail competences and disciplines, which enables us to provide a multi-skilled and versatile service to our clients; it also enhances each individual's level of job satisfaction. The success of our employment and training strategies are reflected in the average length of service of our staff.
Our absolute number one priority in everything we do is safety. Our approach to every operational activity reflects our determination to plan effectively, to match the right individuals to specific tasks and to ensure that site specific characteristics are fully catered for and managed. We are fully Link-up qualified and we have a comprehensive Safety Management System, devised by our in-house Safety Professionals.
We work with our clients and industry safety bodies to develop and deliver innovative approaches that will enhance safety performance and strengthen the overall safety culture.
Plummer to head RDG Paul Plummer is to succeed Michael Roberts as the chief executive of the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) and the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC).
NTAR - Setting the standard A training academy which sees itself playing a pivotal role in finally grasping the rail industry’s skills challenge is set to open in October.