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2018 8 Jan

Communications

Revised 019 Standard 2017 Briefings

As of April 2017, The Planning and Delivering Safe Work programme made a change to the way we approach the management and planning ofwork. Fundamentally, there will be one person accountable for managing task and operational safety risk and that person will have been involved in the planning of the work. This will deliver better […]

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2017 15 Dec

Newsletter

Sentinel Operations Update: December 2017

Welcome to the December edition of your newsletter from The Sentinel Team. A year on since the launch of Site Access, you’ll find of developments this year and how the team are continuosly working to improve the Sentinel system. Articles include: Sentinel mass Swipe Out: 8 January 2018 Sentinel: Where are we now? Project Wales […]

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2017 13 Dec

Communications

New Sentinel reporting tool (NR only)

A new Sentinel reporting page for Network Rail is now available. This is an easy and visually appealing way to view usage levels for the Sentinel app. All this information can be filtered by Function/Route/DU/Depot/Supervisor/Event/Date & Sentinel Number. The new Sentinel pages include the following information: High level statistics Swipe in and Swipe out comparisons […]

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2017 13 Dec

Communications

A year on from the launch of the NEW Sentinel app

It has now been a year since the launch of Site Access, the upgrade to the Sentinel system. In the last 12 months, the team has been supporting customers and working on increasing usage of the Sentinel system. This has been achieved with the help of the Wales Route where a pilot project was completed. […]

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2017 13 Dec

Communications

Sentinel mass Swipe out – 8 January 2018

On the 8 January 2018, all people showing on the Sentinel system as being swiped in for 24 hours or more will be swiped out. This one-off activity will clear a backlog of incorrect data on the system, giving everyone the opportunity to start afresh by using the system correctly, as described below. People, who […]

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