Learning from history – the role of corporate memory retention

The accidents at Clapham (1988) and Hatfield (2000) were pivotal points in GB rail history

The accidents at Clapham (1988) and Hatfield (2000) were pivotal points in GB rail history.

In this presentation, Greg Morse explains what happened in each case – and why – drawing a link from both to the present era, and building a case for retaining lessons learned in the past both now and in the future.

  • Health and Safety
  • Safety Assurance
  • Transport
  • Railways
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Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

Time

12 Jun 2023

11:00am - 12:00pm

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Add to Calendar 06/12/2023 11:00 06/12/2023 12:00 Learning from history – the role of corporate memory retention The accidents at Clapham (1988) and Hatfield (2000) were pivotal points in GB rail history.

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Railway TN

Speakers

Greg Morse

Greg Morse

LHSBR Editor and Operational Feedback Lead - Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB)

Greg is the Operational Feedback Lead at the Rail Safety and Standards Board. In this role, he gathers qualitative information both to give context to statistical analysis and also to try to spot outliers, those clusters of incidents that might grow into a trendline if they went unheeded. He has made a special study of past rail accidents and their continuing relevance.



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