7 May 2019
DRAFT MATERIAL AVAILABLE
The TAC has finalised draft materials for this project and would like your feedback.
The Case for Change proposed developing one new Skill Set and three new Units of Competency to address human factor skills and knowledge within a rail environment.
Through the TAC review process, it has proposed that developing two draft Units of Competency and two draft Skill Sets will address these capabilities for both operators and managers.
To view the drafts, click below:Units of Competency Skill Sets
Please submit your feedback by close of business Wednesday, 22 May 2019.Submit your feedback
Feedback will be collated and discussed at the next TAC meeting.
8 March 2019
The TAC is working through the revision of Skills Sets and Units of Competency.
23 July 2018
INDUSTRY SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS NEEDED
The Transport and Logistics IRC is currently forming a TAC for the TLI Rail Human Factors Project.
Your industry expertise and insight is welcome to help with this project.
To register your Expression of Interest in becoming a TAC member please complete the registration form, by close of business Wednesday, 8 August 2018. Expressions of Interest have now closed.
11 January 2018
CASE FOR CHANGE CONSULTATION
A Case for Change has been developed by the Rail IRC to develop two new Skill Sets.
Autonomous Trains and Rail Vehicles Skill Set
This Skill Set aims to address the Rail industry’s need for skilled workers required for the safe operation of autonomous trains and rail vehicles. The purpose of this project is to ensure that the integration of autonomous trains and rail vehicles do not cause safety issues on the rail system.
Human Factors Skill Set
This Skill Set aims to address the management of human factors for rail safety work, network control, train operations and customer service.
Due to the increased use of automation within the Rail industry, the development of skills pertaining to human factors will enhance public confidence in the safety of the Australian Rail network. Operators are required to deal with and manage the public ensuring their safety whilst on the rail network. Knowledge of human factors can be used to reduce the likelihood of errors, and build more error tolerant and more resilient systems, thereby increasing safety.
The Rail IRC is seeking public feedback on this proposed Training Package work.Download Case for Change
Please submit your feedback by Monday, 29 January 2018.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact Industry Manager Klausch Schmidt via email firstname.lastname@example.org or 0417 568 967.