Our service is now widely used across transport and infrastructure. We welcome members from sectors spanning construction, transport operators including bus, light rail, tram, urban metros and mainline rail, the transport supply chain, highways and ports.
We take calls on a wide range of concerns affecting the health, wellbeing and safety of staff, passengers or the public. From non-compliance with rules and equipment issues through to fatigue, security and working conditions – these are all early indicators of potential harm. The concerns raised through our hotline often have common themes, and we are uniquely placed to share learning and good practice across the CIRAS community.
CIRAS exists for its members and is funded by them. We listen to our changing member needs through an advisory committee formed of member representatives, unions and independent experts.
As a not-for-profit subsidiary of the RSSB Group, we have access to a range of expertise and data to support our work while retaining financial and operational independence. We are driven by the same values of being trusted, customer-focused, knowledgeable, and innovative.