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2020 25 Aug

RTAS Rules V2.0 – new release, plus: ‘what’s changed’ webinar

Posted in Communications Training

Read the new RTAS Rules (V2.0) and join the ‘what’s changed’ webinar

A new version of the Rail Training Assurance Scheme Rules (RTAS) 2.0 (V2.0) has been published in collaboration with Network Rail’s appointed Assurance Organisation NSAR.

Collectively we have addressed the safety concerns raised by our cohort of industry stakeholders’ in the existing version of the rules. By making some fundamental changes, most notably V2.0 has had a ‘plain English’ review’, V2.0 should be easier to understand, implement and continues to promote a consistent high standard of training and assessment. RTAS Rules V2.0 has been written by the industry for the industry!

What action do I need to take?

Step 1:
Please download and familiarise yourself with a copy of the RTAS Rules V2.0.

Step 2:
To supplement the publication, we have issued a version that highlights the changes between the current rules and V2.0.
This document can be found via the same weblink above entitled ‘RTAS Rules V2.0 – includes highlighted changes’.

Colour Key:
•          Blue – new requirement
•          Yellow – update to an existing clause in the current rules
•          Green – moved to a different section in RTAS Rules V2.0

Step 3:
Book a place on the ‘RTAS Rules V2.0 – new release, what’s changed’ webinar hosted by NSAR and Network Rail (dates available from 2nd September).

Step 4:
Attend the webinar with a copy of the RTAS Rules V2.0 to hand.

RTAS Rules V2.0 have a compliance date of 24 November 2020

If you have a particular question you’d like answered at the webinar, please email: TQAS@networkrail.co.uk by 10 September 2020. Please be aware, we will not be answering individual questions prior to the webinars to prevent duplication of effort and share best practice.