Rail safety

In recent years, there has been a proliferation in requirements from rail authorities regarding standard 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 form the basis for railway safety process and documentation. 

Contact

Pernille Thorup Adeler

Pernille Thorup Adeler

Head of Department, Denmark
T: +45 5161 6172
Hanne Engh Sønstabø

Hanne Engh Sønstabø

Head of Design Management and RAMS, Norway
T: +47 98429917

Mikko Poutanen

Director, Urban Sector, Finland
T: +358 40 731 4781

These new developments have led to a significant demand from clients seeking assistance in aligning project processes and support for complying with the processes required by CSM regulations.

Tested and tried methodology to deliver be-spoke project delivery 

Ramboll assists in arranging and executing the safety process ensuring that it meets each individual project requirements and considers all associated safety demands. We have vast experience with all elements of safety management, e.g. hazard identification and management, risk analysis and managing safety requirements. 

Our safety considerations for projects are integrated into the Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) framework. We also offer specific consultancy within RAM, ranging from establishing a RAM policy, to RAM management, detailed RAM analysis, and RAM performance monitoring.

A partnership approach

Clients receive all the necessary safety documentation – delivered in a timely manner and taking account of all relevant approvals required. Ramboll draws 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.

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.

Visualisation: Moss Station and platforms. Copyright: Bane NOR and Rambøll Sweco ANS (joint venture)

InterCity Railway Moss

Double railway track from Sandbukta north of the city of Moss, to Såstad in Rygge municipality, South of Moss. This section has a total length of approximately 10 km and includes a tunnel under Moss city centre and through Carlberget. A new station will be established in the city of Moss. The project consists of more than 30 different disciplines, including RAMS. Ramboll Sweco ANS is responsible for the complete RAMS process according to EN 50126.

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Ramboll Group A/S

Ramboll Group A/S
Hannemanns Allé 53
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Denmark
Tel:+45 5161 1000
Fax:+45 5161 1001

Mail: info@ramboll.com

Danish CVR numbers

Danish CVR numbers

Ramboll Group
10160669

Rambøll Danmark
35128417

Ramboll Energy
35128417

Rambøll Management Consulting
60997918

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