Red for danger - a railwayman's view of current UK safety performance

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Technical lecture
03 January 2018 17:15 - 19:00
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Description

Joint event with PWI Thames Valley. Tea and coffee available from 17.15 and the meeting commences 17.45.

Cliff will, in his inimitable style, put across his take on the safety of Britain's railways. Entertaining, informative and humorous this presentation will include a quiz.


The meeting will be held in Network Rail’s Davidson House offices, Forbury Square, The Forbury, Reading RG1 3EU. The offices are about 7 minutes walk from Reading Station forecourt. From Reading Station South side, turn left and walk past the Rail/Air coach stop, then turn right into Blagrave Street. Continue past the Museum on the left, and on approaching Marks & Spencer bear left. The main Post Office will be ahead, St.Laurence Church on the left; keep left and enter The Forbury. After c.150m you will reach Forbury Square on the right; turn right to face the entrance to Davidson House. Enter through the main doors, past the ground floor reception and through the security barriers (no sign-in or swipecard needed), then via the lift to the 4th floor. Approach the doors labelled “Reception” and follow the instructions on the PWI notice on the door to gain access to Meeting Room No.1 and the facilities. The person giving you access will ask you to sign the PWI Register at this point.

The meeting room is open from 1700, tea and coffee is provided courtesy of our sponsor, Network Rail, and the PWI Section provides a light buffet of sandwiches and savouries. Meetings commence promptly at 1745.

Speaker(s)

Cliff Perry

Address

Davidson House - Reading
Forbury Square
Reading
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Mick James
United Kingdom
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