Did you know, the U.K. has over 2500 railway stations, over 10,000 miles of track and carries a wide range of freight and passenger traffic? In addition, there are over 40,000 tunnels and bridges for train drivers to navigate, and these figures exclude the London underground system and local heritage railways!
Most responders are unsure as to the hazards and risks when first arriving at an incident scene on the rail network and may benefit from furthering their skills in situational awareness, better risk management and safer inter-agency working.
That is why we are proud to provide this ILM accredited Rail Incident Management Course, designed especially to enable fire fighters and other first line responders to operate safely at the scene of a rail incident. This dynamic course is delivered by tutors with a high level of relevant experience and is underpinned by evidence gathered through questions and immersive, interactive exercises.
Upon successful completion of the course assessment, candidates will achieve a recognised qualification in managing a rail incident