“We have embedded safety practices and principles into all aspects of the business. This philosophy has resulted in significant investment in Track Warning technology. We have the ability to offer the most appropriate protection methods to meet any project requirements.”
Jason Fidoe, Head of Track Warning Services
RSS Infrastructure is the UK’s leading supplier of Track Warning Services and has invested in state of the art technology that can increase both safety and productivity. We estimate that working in a conventional way during night-time line blockages results in a 70% drop in production, whilst still paying the staff for 100%. Working under a Track Warning System during daylight can increase productivity by over 100%, resulting in more paid hours worked, whilst drastically reducing driver fatigue related to early hours driving.
Our portfolio of Track Warning Services include:
RSS Infrastructure has also invested in the ZKL 3000 RC is designed to protect track workers without transferring risk. This revolutionary Additional Protection unit has the technology to protect those working in line blockages and capture data on all line blockages for the first time, with outstanding measurement and analytics.
Find out more about how the ZKL 3000 RC Additional Protection unit can keep your workforce safe.
Jason is Head of Track Warning Services. With the support of the directors, and under his leadership, RSS Infrastructure has invested in advanced Track Warning technology to increase both workforce safety and productivity. Recent advancements in technology and automation have seen significant interest from clients in this area. With the Network Rail Safety Task Force mandate to "Use Technology to Reduce Risk" Jason and his team of safety experts are well-positioned to deliver a range of rail safety solutions to meet each client's specific needs.Meet the Expert
Automatic Track Warning Systems (ATWS) provides advanced warning of approaching trains to work groups operating within a Protected Area; this will be identified on the ATWS design plan. These sites are usually static and can cover several lines and junctions.
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RSS infrastructure are the leading provider of mobile lookout warning systems covering the UK infrastructure. Our mobile patrolling teams are ideal for transient work sites such as patrolling, surveying and T-22 walkouts. The system ensures that the work group are protected throughout the shift by the LOWS controller, who at all times remains within close proximity of the work group, ensuring maximum safe-productivity on site.
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Semi-Automatic Track Warning Systems (SATWS) is a new innovation to the Track Warning System product range. Now fully approved for Open Line and ALO working and is exclusively available from RSS Infrastructure.
The systems intelligent design and functionality allows for an advanced, automatic warning of approaching trains direct to your workforce, where and when you need it.
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“RSSI personnel who worked to recover the IBJ’s were faultless and brilliant guys to work with, they are a credit to the S&T division at RSSI.”Brian Watterson – Signalling Supervisor Phase 5 at S&C North Alliance
“RSSI personnel who were involved with the works at Northam had to work through some of the worst weather conditions I have seen and continued to keep spirits high and had a fantastic work attitude allowing for the project to continue.”Chris Courtenay – Signalling Supervisor (Infrastructure) for Colas Rail
“I would like to thank RSS for their work so far on the blockade at Northam, they have been great.”Andrew Woolliss – Project Engineer (Wessex) S&C – Infrastructure
“Thanks to RSSI we are on top of all movements every day with nothing outstanding. ”Ryan Steel – Field Engineer (OLE England) at Amey
“RSSI assisted in the cable running shifts, preparation work including changeovers of the 8 x track circuits and the 10c, 27c and 4 x 48c lineside cables. Their quality of work, attitude and work ethic has been absolutely spot on. ”Dan Palmer – Installation and Construction Engineer at Carillion Signalling
“Being able to work during the day with trains still running is fantastic for team fatigue. The use of an ATWS installed for the duration makes the job even safer and removes the need for Lookouts. Thanks to the guys from RSSI for installing and managing for us.”Robert Woods – Senior Project Manager at Amey
“The RSSI personnel who worked on the Bilston Road Track Renewal project have been exceptional and played a major part in ensuring the works were completed on time and to budget.”Paul Brown – Project Director for Midland Metro Alliance
“The RSSI Arboriculture Team did a great job in completing the job safely and efficiently as planned. The feedback from my site supervisor was very good, he said that all exclusion zone were enforced and adhered to and appropriate PPE was used for the task. ”Ameer Ibrahim – Senior Project Manager for Colas
“The De-Veg works that the Arboriculture team undertook was to a very high standard, the site looks 100% better and everybody my end is really happy with the service you provided. ”Jamie Gibbons – Site Manager for S&C Alliance
“I have had a good walk along the fence line and I am very happy with the work carried out. All the over hanging trees and Limbs have been removed. Very good work. ”Mike Gibson – Terminal Manager for Associated British Ports
RSS Infrastructure Ltd (RSSI) has been awarded the Social Value for Future Generations award in the Social Value Portal 2021 Awards.Read More
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