Personal Track Safety (PTS) - Initial: E-learning Course

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Personal Track Safety (PTS) – Initial: E-learning Course

 

Course Overview:

The Personal Track Safety (PTS) – Initial: E-learning Course offers a flexible and comprehensive introduction to the safety protocols required in the railway industry. Accessible from anywhere, this course is perfect for those who prefer online learning at their own pace.


Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Grasp the significance of personal track safety and its associated challenges.
  2. Recognise and interpret railway trackside signs and signals.
  3. Understand emergency procedures and safe systems of work in a railway environment.
  4. Know the correct usage of personal protective equipment (PPE) in railway settings.
  5. Identify potential hazards and take appropriate safety measures.

Course Content:

  • Introduction to the railway industry’s safety culture.
  • Basics of track terminology and layouts.
  • Overview of safe systems of work, including lookout-operated warning systems.
  • Detailed study of railway trackside signs and signals.
  • Proper selection and maintenance of personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Emergency procedures, reporting, and best practices.
  • Interactive quizzes and assessments to test understanding.

Who Should Attend?

This e-learning course is ideal for:

  • Individuals aiming for a career in the railway industry but have tight schedules.
  • Railway professionals wanting a flexible refresher course.
  • Contractors and subcontractors who prefer online training before working near railway tracks.

Certification:

Upon successful completion and passing the online assessment, participants will receive a PTS E-learning Certificate, valid for two years.