Jacobs AusRAIL Exhibition Theatre Program 2022

Time Topic
Jacobs AusRAIL Exhibition Theatre host: Jason Walmsley, Business Development Director, Rail
Safety through culture and leadership
Daryl Curran

Presented by John Holland Group
Remuneration and people insights for the rail industry
Charmaine Reay

Presented by Remsmart
Safe sustainable accessible railway - PhD collaboration with impact
Ravi Ravitharan

Presented by Monash University
Go Rail - Making the world smarter, more connected and more sustainable
Nitika Duggal and Tony Jin

Presented by Jacobs
The road to a more sustainable future
Ibrahim Fazah

Presented by SYSTRA
A journey to optimising the life cycle of bridges
Richard Hao

Presented by Jacobs
Behind closed doors rail report: Insights from rail bid evaluators
Leann Webb

Presented by Aurora Marketing
Reaping the efficiency benefits of project i-TRACE
Bonnie Ryan

Presented by GS1
Rail industry worker brief: Maximising the system and what the latest enhancements mean for you and your business
Daniel Redman

Presented by Metro Trains Australia
National competencies: On the path to portability and productivity
Rowan Gawne

Presented by Australasian Railway Association
Railway sustainability – The journey from planning stage to ZEV’s in operation
Kyriakos Tyrologos and Martin Donohoe

Presented by Egis
Indigenous procurement
Ricky Garbutt and Sharon Gray

Presented by Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, and CPB Contractors
Time Topic
Jacobs AusRAIL Exhibition Theatre host: Jessica Ghaleb, Associate Rail Engineer |Track and Civil Team Leader
Lessons learnt from hydrogen rail vehicle projects
Ian Sutherland, Maria Alvarez and Paul Fergusson

Presented by Jacobs

Virtual presentation
Women on Track – changing the face of rail maintenance

Chair: Jill Walsh
Speaker: James Veness

Presented by Downer
Benefits of harmonising type approvals
Gayle Andrews

Presented by Synergies Economic Consulting
Is there a future for collaborative rail research in Australia?
Robert Moffat

Presented by Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation
National rail reform
Sandra McKay

Presented by NTC
RISSB addressing barriers to improved safety & productivity
Damien White

Presented by RISSB
A unique rail industry challenge: The recruitment & training of 100 new drivers in 22 months, with Zero Harm an ongoing priority
Reece Blaschek and Jessica Kruger

Presented by Keolis Downer

AusRAIL Exhibition Theatre sponsored by

AusRAIL Custom Stand Venue guidelines

All temporary structures will be professionally designed, structurally sound and will contain reasonable provision for:

  • Safety of persons to be accommodated in the event of fire including means of egress
  • Prevention of fire
  • Suppression of fire
  • Patrons must give consideration for wheelchair access to the Stand (NCC – Section D3.3) The reduction of the existing level of fire protection is not permissible.

Designers and builders have an obligation to design and construct to these principles and any relevant standards or legislation while meeting the special needs of their client. Parts of these principles include:

  • Stands over 18m2 where roofing is fitted must have a “Smoke Detection Device” and have a fire extinguisher installed. The recommended material for the roofing is “shark tooth” type material that allows water penetration from sprinklers and fire cannon.
  • Audience chairs within a temporary structure must be secured in groups of not less than 4 and not more than 16. Maximum seats in each row must not exceed 8 where there is an aisle at one end only or 16 where there are aisles on both sides of the row. (NCC NSW H101.11.1).