4th September 2015
A team from Interfleet will be presenting at HF Rail 2015, the Fifth International Rail Human Factors Conference. The event is being held in London, from Monday 14th to Thursday 17th September 2015.
HF Rail 2015 is jointly organised by the Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB), Network Rail and the University of Nottingham, in association with the European Railway Agency (ERA), the International Union of Railways (UIC) and the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (IEHF).
The conference is the only event worldwide which focuses solely on rail human factors and ergonomics. It brings together professionals from across the industry, who apply the expertise, methods, tools and knowledge of these disciplines.
Interfleet’s team will be making four presentations over the course of three days.
Monday 14th September
12.10: Disability access on the railway
By Martin Stout, Senior Human Factors Consultant, Interfleet (previously a member of the Human Factors Team at the RSSB)
17.28: Poster presentation - Good human factors in event investigation in the rail industry
By George Charalambous, Human Factors Consultant, Interfleet
Tuesday 15th September
15.55: Magic Bullet or Swiss Cheese? Developing ‘Signals Passed At Danger’ (SPAD) mitigation measures for New Zealand
By Alison Moors, Interim Human Factors Team Leader, Interfleet
Wednesday 16th September
15.10: ‘A Cow with a Pantograph’ - A review of driver-signaller communication for EU interoperability
By Beverley Norris, Senior Consultant, Interfleet Transport Advisory