Rail safety

Contact

Pernille Thorup Adeler

Pernille Thorup Adeler

Head of Department, Denmark
T: +45 5161 6172

Mikko Poutanen

Head of Department, Finland
T: +358 40 731 4781

Grete Kirkeberg Mørk

Head of Department, Norway
T: +47 91 18 13 24

During recent years, there has been a proliferation in requirements from rail authorities regarding common methods for handling and documenting railway safety. National and EU requirements based on the Common Safety Method (CSM) regulation and TSI’s (Technical Specifications for Interoperability) now forms the basis for railway safety process and documentation.

Due to these relatively new developments, there is a significant demand from clients seeking assistance in aligning project processes and in helping them to either drive the process or perform the independent assessment as required by CSM regulations.

Tailored project delivery employing advanced tools

Ramboll assists in arranging and executing the safety process to ensure that it meets each individual project requirements and takes into account all associated safety demands. We have developed a number of advanced tools that have been specifically adapted for the safety approval process and these are an integral part of our service during project delivery.

Our safety considerations in projects are integrated into the Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) framework, which is an underlying mind set of our consultants in all rail-related work processes. We also offer specific consultancy within RAM, ranging from establishing a RAM policy, to RAM management, detailed RAM analysis, and RAM performance monitoring.

Accredited CSM Assessor

Ramboll is an accredited CSM assessor and can undertake independent assessments within rail infrastructure, train control and signalling, energy, operations, traffic management, telematics, and rolling stock. With our ample experience with consultancy and assessment, we can plan and execute an assessment process tailored to each project. We can also conduct competent assessment of safety by focusing our assessment on the points that produce the greatest effects on safety.

Ramboll is an accredited assessor within risk evaluation and assessment in relation to the common safety method, CSM.

A partnership approach

Our customers receive all the necessary safety documentation – delivered in a timely manner and taking account of all relevant approvals required. We draw on experience from a large variety of projects and have a full understanding of the approval processes required by our customers. Ramboll’s partnership approach ensures that work is carried out in close cooperation with authorities, assessors, Notified Bodies (NoBo), operators, and railway undertakers.

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Projects

Ramboll’s consultancy services regarding the existing metro lines encompassed all railway infrastructure disciplines. For Cityringen, in joint venture with Atkins, we are also responsible for rolling stock (the train fleet) and a large automated train depot which houses maintenance facilities and the control centre for the entire line.

The Copenhagen Metro

It was a groundbreaking event when the Copenhagen Metro opened its first fully automated, driverless metro in 2002. Since then, it has become the most natural thing in the world for the citizens of Copenhagen to travel at speeds of 80km/h 18 metres below street level.

Carlsberg Station: Assessment of Safety

With 12,000 expected passengers per day, the future Carlsberg Station will become the gateway to the new urban area called ”Carlsberg Byen”. Ramboll is in charge of the assessment of the rail safety of this busy station.

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Ramboll

Ramboll
240 Blackfriars Road
London SE1 8NW
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 7631 5291
Fax +44 845 299 1610

Mail: london@ramboll.co.uk

Company registration

Company registration

Ramboll UK Limited. Registered in England & Wales. Company registration no. 03659970. Registered office: 240 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NW


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