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1. Trackman

(Track Maintenance):

As a Trackman, your primary role would be the maintenance and inspection of railway tracks to ensure safe and smooth operations.


This includes:

  • Inspecting and repairing railway tracks, bridges, tunnels, and viaducts.

  • Maintaining and repairing railway lines, and associated services, and ensuring the smooth running of train services.

  • Building, inspecting, and repairing train lines, clearing potential obstructions, and enforcing stringent safety policies.

  • Laying, repairing, and maintaining tracks for standard or narrow-gauge railroad equipment used in regular railroad service or in plant yards, quarries, sand and gravel pits, and mines.

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2. Vegetation Labour:

Vegetation Labourers are pivotal in managing vegetation alongside railway tracks to ensure safety and smooth operations.


Their responsibilities include:

  • Undertaking tree and vegetation projects to maintain clear and safe railway surroundings.

  • Specialised tasks such as felling, pruning, and managing hazardous trees.

  • Occasionally overseeing the execution of vegetation management contracts within rail projects.

  • This role helps in mitigating vegetation-related risks, ensuring uninterrupted and safe rail operations.

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3. DLR Labour:

The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) Labour role involves general maintenance, repair, and operational tasks to ensure the efficient functioning of the DLR network.

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4. Tunnel Cleaning:

Engage in cleaning and maintenance operations within railway tunnels to ensure they remain safe and operational. This includes removing debris, checking for structural issues, and ensuring proper lighting and ventilation.

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5. PTS Labour

(Personal Track Safety Labour):

As a PTS Labour, you'll ensure the safety of individuals working near or on the tracks by adhering to the Personal Track Safety guidelines. This role is fundamental to maintaining a secure working environment on the railway.

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6. Civils:

Civils in the rail industry are involved in the design, construction, and maintenance of the infrastructure. This includes bridges, tunnels, track layouts, and station buildings, ensuring they comply with safety standards and operational requirements.

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