Southeastern have launched our online worksite induction platform SiteSentinel at five more of its engineering depots, successfully building on the first roll-out at its Ramsgate maintenance facility.
Abellio Greater Anglia (AGA) run train services across the south east of England. Their network includes London, Norwich, Ipswich, Cambridge, Chelmsford, Colchester and various coastal locations.
Network Rail identified eight key NTS that are essential for signallers to possess. In response Lucid designed a comprehensive training programme, delivered over a three year period.
Our Cloud Service Automation (CSA) Demo Package provides Hewlett Packard’s presales team with a best-in-practice example of how to demonstrate the CSA solution.
SWeRVe II, Stop Workplace Related Violence, seeks to reduce and manage conflict between staff and passengers on the railways.
Lucid developed an interactive application for a specialist role and task analysis tool produced by Network Rail’s Ergonomics Team.
Lucid supported RSSB in developing two presentations for the Australian Rail Safety 2010 conference in Melbourne: Britain’s Approach to Zero Harm and Safety Leadership in Britain’s Railway.
Lucid developed ODEC – an online workload application on behalf of Network Rail’s Ergonomics team.
The Train Protection and Warning System (TPWS) is a safety system implemented across Britain’s rail network. The system will automatically apply the train’s emergency brake if the train passes a red signal, or is over-speeding on the approach to a speed restriction, buffer stops or a red signal.
Effective and accurate safety briefings are essential for ensuring the safety of workforce, contractors and visitors in environments such as railway depots. In partnership with Bombardier Transport UK, Lucid has developed an online application to deliver safety briefings on Bombardier’s depots.
Working with train operators, British Transport Police and education experts, Lucid produced three comprehensive teaching packs that include hard-hitting video, lesson plans and assembly ideas.
The second version of the Personal Track Safety interactive training DVD, initially developed by Lucid in 2007, was published and delivered to the rail industry trainers over spring 2009.
Lucid developed a website for the rail industry Safety Critical Communications Focus Group (SCCFG). The site provided a single point of access to the most up-to-date information, news, events and training materials on safety critical communications.
Lucid developed the Route Drivability model into a web application with an easy to use interface and sophisticated graphing function.
Lucid was awarded a contract to manage Trackoff website services. We reviewed all previously produced resources with a panel of education experts, redeveloped the website and implemented a digital asset library.
Lucid worked closely with RSSB to develop a presentation that combined Flash animation, video and information design to convey a complex story in a highly visual way.
Lucid provided consultancy, and developed and delivered a training course for the Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) on the company’s time tracking application.
Lucid developed a comprehensive, interactive training package on personal track safety, tailored to the requirements of passenger and freight train operators, and infrastructure management contractors.
Lucid developed a training course for the rail industry to help Controllers of Site Safety (COSS) improve their communication and presentation skills.
Lucid designed and developed a web application that allows RSSB to manage the consultation process effectively, replacing the manual, paper based system that had been in place previously.
Lucid produced a DVD that provides an overview of the GSM-R radio system and conveys its key functionality and features to the front line staff. The DVD is used in staff training courses and general briefings across the rail industry.
Lucid has produced an interactive DVD that provides Britain’s train drivers with guidance on lifestyle and self-management.
Lucid managed the workforce communications programme for Track Safety Strategy Group (TSSG), a rail industry focus group on track worker safety.
Lucid developed a comprehensive training package on safety critical communications for the rail industry, commissioned by the Rail Safety and Standards Board.
Lucid developed an interactive guide for the Research and Development department of the Rail Safety and Standards Board.
Lucid is working with the HA Traffic Learning Centre producing communication materials for the Certificate in Traffic Management (CTM), a vocational qualification for traffic officers and control centre operators.
Lucid has developed a visual identity for ARC Resource Solutions, a specialist recruitment consultancy.
Lucid re-developed the Highways Agency Research Compendium to carry the organisation’s new corporate website design.
Lucid developed an interactive CD for Network Rail to train signaller managers to apply the company’s new model for assessing staff competence in safety critical communications.
Lucid created an animated Christmas greeting for the tracksafety.info website to wish everyone safe working. The animation and interactive quiz helped drive the site’s usage to a new record.
Lucid provided VEM with a bespoke plug-in that enables B2P users to synchronise their personal Microsoft Outlook calendars with the B2P web-based calendar, dramatically increasing efficiency.
Lucid handled event management for the rail industry Safety Critical Communications Focus Group at the National SPAD Workshop.
Lucid designed the visual identity for the new CIRAS newsletter, a part of a wider programme of change in the organisation’s communications.
Lucid developed an interactive training CD ROM for the rail industry to improve safety critical communications. The project was facilitated by the Rail Safety & Standards Board (RSSB) and guided by a cross-industry editorial team.
Lucid provided Network Rail Estates with complete creative and technical services to maintain and develop their website which gives information about facilities and services on the stations.
Lucid designed and developed the online application which is API’s key business tool. The main components of the system are:
Lucid redeveloped the catalogue to carry the Network Rail corporate identity and to improve usability. We also developed a content management system that allows the Freight Property team to update the catalogue through an easy-to-use web interface.
Lucid developed an online strategy for Network Rail, the owner and operator of Britain’s railway infrastructure, and subsequently created the company’s website.
Lucid provided the Freight team with a comprehensive web strategy. This led us to redevelop the online freight guide which originated from Railtrack, the predecessor of Network Rail.
Lucid developed a comprehensive online strategy for APD, and then redeveloped the company’s website.
The Research Compendium is an online database of research commissioned by the Highways Agency (HA). Lucid hosts and supports the system, and develops new functionality on an on-going basis.