WHO YOU WILL MEET?

Senior Infrastructure Managers And Train Operators Including:


  • CEOs, COOs
  • Director Generals
  • Managing Directors
  • Infrastructure Director
  • Track Programme Directors
  • Director Of Construction & Renewal
  • Operations Director
  • Maintenance Director
  • Strategy Directors
  • Project Directors
  • Access Improvement Directors
  • Head Of Infrastructure Access
  • Head Of Traffic & Work Planning
  • Head Of Possessions & Protection
  • Head Of Electrification
  • Head Of Safety
  • Head Of Maintenance
  • Head Of Strategy & Business Improvement
  • Access Planning Managers
  • Route Access Managers

SPEAKER FACULTY INCLUDES:

Steve Murphy

Steve Murphy

Chief Operating Officer

Arriva Trains UK

Steve Featherstone

Steve Featherstone

Track Programme Director

Network Rail

Alain Sauvant

Alain Sauvant

Network Design & Planning Director

RFF

Rob Brighouse

Rob Brighouse

Managing Director

Chiltern Railways

Jim Morgan

Jim Morgan

Director Of Infrastructure - South West Alliance

Network Rail

Jens Kaslund

Jens Ole Kaslund

Project Director: Ringsted - Fehmarn Upgrade

Banedanmark

Peter Söderholm

Peter Söderholm

Lead Investigator: Quality & Risk Management

Trafikverket

Thomas Vogel

Thomas Vogel

Head Of Time-Slot Management

SBB

Guy Levy

Guy Levy

Head Of Track Renewals

RFF

Marc Antoni

Dr Marc Antoni

Head of Technological Innovation Department

SNCF

Access Planning & Work Window Productivity Summit

Continued growth in passenger traffic and rail freight in the past decade has stretched European railways to capacity. More tonnage now runs over the infrastructure daily than it was ever designed to support significantly increasing the need for maintenance and upgrade works. Earlier first trains in the morning and later last trains at night has squeezed available time slots to carry out necessary upgrade works and maintenance to the limit, leaving the challenge of:

"How can we get sufficient working time on the railway that is cost effective for the whole industry, with minimal disruption to the timetable?"

Rail Infrastructure: Access Planning & Work Window Productivity 2013 is a groundbreaking new initiative bringing the train operating community together with infrastructure owners and contractors with the aim of engaging in pragmatic discussions on the optimal infrastructure access strategies on day one, followed by benchmarking opportunities on productivity capabilities for delivering work safely in short work windows on day two.

**Choose To Attend Both Days Or Choose The One Related To Your Job Title**

Conference One / Day One:

Planning Access Strategies Cost And Comparing Costs To Determine The Optimal Work Window Per Route Requirements

Hosts senior industry heavyweights to engage in real discussion on balancing the conflicting drivers between the need to run more trains and the requirement to deliver a safe and reliable infrastructure. Significant focus is on modelling the cost and consequences of access to all the industry stakeholders, then accessing the financial returns experienced from various different access concepts.

Designed For:
Directors of Strategy & Business Improvement, Head of Traffic Planning, Operations Directors, Project Directors, Access Improvement Managers, Train Operators

Conference Two / Day Two:

Maximising Productivity To Do More Work In Less Time

Focusing entirely on improving safety and productivity with specific emphasis on work in short possession windows and on high-density lines. Through a series of case studies leading European infrastructure owners will detail the process and safety improvements for delivering more work in less time.

Designed For:
Heads Of Maintenance, Construction, Track Renewals, Project Directors, Electrification Project Managers, Chief Engineers, Heads of Engineering

For more information, please contact the team at info@london-business-conferences.co.uk

Southeastern

"It was a very useful conference, there were a number of presentations that we will take away and work on within Southeastern, a well...

WHY ATTEND:

5 Key Reasons:

  • This is the only forum to bring cross-industry expertise into one room to discuss engineering access improvement and work window productivity
  • Engage in two separately bookable days, day one tailored towards high-level strategic discussion on balancing the opposing drivers and trade-offs to find the optimal access solution for all stakeholders
  • Day two tackles "how to do more in less time" - benefit from case studies showcasing real examples of productivity improvements achieved to deliver more work in shorter possession windows
  • Take exclusive insights from the most up-to-date benchmarking portfolio for working with adjacent lines open as well as techniques & technologies for safer & faster isolations being used across Europe
  • Congregate with industry leaders to extend your professional network and draw on a breadth of experiences to support you in driving forward your projects and work programmes
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