AEGIS is providing a series of entirely Free to Attend seminars that demystify the railway approvals process. To find out more about AEGIS visit the web site HERE
Attending the sessions has a tremendous value to all companies operating in rail and like all events at RSN 2020 this knowledge and expertise will be passed on to delegates entirely free of charge.
Entering and operating in the rail market is regulated by a number of railway specific requirements that apply to all projects to ensure that the principal standards are applied to technical change or new projects for both rolling stock and infrastructure. This enables regulation of risk on the railway and the acceptance of all stakeholders.
To companies operating in or entering the rail industry this can appear to be difficult, or perhaps even intimidating. AEGIS will hold a series of presentations, drawing in experts from all of the necessary disciplines that will explain the key requirements, the route to satisfying those requirements and their own approach to providing the services that progress Railway Approvals to conclusion.
10.00 – 10.20 – Session 1
Route to Approval Overview – Martin Westerman – Head of Infrastructure
Approvals Road Map, 4th Railway Package & Different Approvals Bodies (NoBo, DeBo ICB, PAB)
10.30 – 10.50 – Session 2
Interoperability – Martin Elliott – Principal Engineer
Rail Interoperability Regulations R(I)R, Dealing with non-compliance/Open Points & NoBo/DeBo Process & Specialist Services (Human Factors, Fire & Materials)
11.00 – 11.20 – Session 3
Safety – James Johnson – Safety Engineering Director & Andrew Harvey – Principal Engineer
Health & Safety, CSM-RA, Railways and Other Guided Transport Systems (Safety) Regulations 2006 (ROGS) and Product Acceptance (NR)
11.30 – 11.50 – Session 4
Engineering Change – Phil Court – Certification Director
Design Approvals, RIS-2700-RST, Direct Replacement Certificates (DRC) & Process Standards
12.00 – 12.20 – Session 5
Cyber Security, Software Assurance and RAMS – Lucia Capogna – Principal Engineer & Daniele Diana RAMS Specialist
Cyber Security, Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS), Design for Reliability (DFR), Software ISA, Testing & Future Standards.
12.30 – 12.50 – Session 6
Compatibility – Phil Bebbington – Operations Director & Tony Woof – Principal Engineer
Route Compatibility, Route Availability, Dynamics/Gauging, EMC & Compatibility
13.00 – 13.20 – Session 7
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Colin Place – Principal Engineer
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED – PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW
The RailBusinessDailyConference and the AEGIS Event are not connected to or organised by Rolling Stock Networking. Rolling Stock Networking provides to the space to those third parties and each sub-event is entirely in the control of the respective organisers.
Rolling Stock Networking. 61 Charlotte Street, Birmingham B3 1PX
RSN is an organisation set up by rail professionals for rail professionals. We reserve the right to restrict admission to only those people meeting our qualifying criteria as the events are likely to be oversubscribed.
For general enquiries call 07527 811700