Any person, or organisation, that is required to work within the rail corridor to provide services, either low- or high-risk, will need to be registered and approved within ARTC’s Contractor Compliance System – Avetta.
Please read FPR-GL-042 Business Rules for ARTC Contractor Compliance System for more specific details. Additional information is available on the ARTC Avetta website.
Please make use of the following links to read and review other relevant information, relating to working in the rail corridor:
We have developed, and revised, guidance documents to establish clear standards on how ARTC will work with contractors.
Before work commences within our rail corridor, a Pre-Work Brief and Worksite Protection Plan must be completed. Refer to the procedure and related documents below for information and requirements.
|PRE-WORK BRIEF AND WORKSITE PROTECTION DOCUMENTS|
|COR-PR-029 Pre-Work Brief and Worksite Protection Plan Procedure|
|COR-FM-058 Pre-Work Brief|
|COR-FM-059 Worksite Protection Plan Template|
|COR-FM-060 Worksite Log and Diary|
A new framework for the Provision of Safe Working Services, within the ARTC rail corridor, is scheduled to be introduced from July 2022. Safe Working Service providers will be either
- Authorised as an approved Self-Performer Organisation, and able to use their own employed safe working services, or
- An approved member of the Safe Working Services panel.
To apply to be a Self-Performer Organisation, submit your application through the ARTC Avetta website. Further information on the Framework and Specifications, as well as a copy of the application questions is available below.
|PROVISION OF SAFE WORKING DOCUMENTS|
|RLS-SP-001 – Self-Performer Organisations for Safeworking Services Specification|