Revolutionary New Way Of Delivering Ground Investigation

Traditional Ground Investigations will usually consist of a line block method, with multiple workers excavating along the one side. However, here at RSS, we believe that this is not only an in-efficient way to work, but also a dangerous one too. We have worked hard to create a new revolutionary procedure, that is not only […]

RSS Retains It’s 5* RISIQS Rating

RSS INFRASTRUCTURE are proud to announce that they have received a 5* rating from RISQS, formally Achilles, after the BS EN ISO9001/2008 Quality Management audit. RISQS has been developed from the GB rail industry’s Link-up scheme to provide a fair, open and transparent third party qualification process, with the aim of becoming the preferred route […]

Combating Fatigue In The Rail Industry

The aim of this study is to detail the effects of fatigue on workers within the rail industry and, in turn, increase safety, reduce accidents and ultimately decrease the likelihood of class action suits against employers, which could have negative implications on a company’s bottom-line. The negative effects of incidents arising from fatigue can have […]

Britain’s railways now safest in Europe

Britain’s railways now safest in Europe, but regulator highlights priorities for improvement. The Office of Rail and Road’s (ORR) annual safety report published today, welcomes the rail industry’s strong track record on improving safety and highlights the need for it to meet the challenges of growth and change. ORR is supporting the rail industry to […]

No More Flags & Reducing Overheads With Apprenticeships Articles In Rail Connect

This month’s Rail Connect feature’s Sean Harrison, Development Director for RSS INFRASTRUCTURE, discuss the advantages of utilising modern rail technology to increase on-site safety in order to reduce trackside casualties. Also in this edition we offer a solution to the current skills-gap that is having a detrimental effect on the Rail Industry. Mandy Harrison, Training […]