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CIRAS UK

About Us

CIRAS is an independent, not for profit confidential reporting service. Our ambition is to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of staff and passengers across the transport sector.

Transport workers can get in touch and we listen to their concerns, in complete confidence. We raise the concern with the relevant company and send their response back to the person who raised the concern so they know what action has been taken. Our members use the intelligence they receive from reports to reduce risk, improve safety and wellbeing, and foster a positive safety culture. We also work with our over 1,900 strong member community to share learning and good practice.

Starting out as a charity working with one train operator over 20 years ago, today our members span construction, transport operators including bus, light rail, tram, urban metros and mainline rail, and the transport supply chain. CIRAS is a part of the RSSB Group.

 

Speak up in safety – information for transport workers:

https://www.ciras.org.uk/articles/2020/speak-up-in-safety-information-for-transport-workers/

Want to become a member? contact enquiries@ciras.org.uk

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OUR MISSION

Speaking up for individuals

Our mission has been the same since 1996 – to listen to your health, wellbeing and safety concerns when you feel you can’t use internal reporting channels, or you have tried without success. We protect your identity and raise your concern with the relevant company for resolution. We keep you in the loop so you know what action has been taken.

Enabling business improvement

Keeping your workforce, customers and the public safe and healthy is a key element of good business performance. As a member of the CIRAS community you can tap into opportunities for improvement noticed by your people, but which otherwise remain hidden. Reports raised confidentially overcome perceptions of fear or lost confidence in internal systems – so that you can reduce risk and also improve safety culture by changing those perceptions.

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