The National Standard for Health Assessment of Rail Safety Workers underpins the system for monitoring the health of rail safety workers in Australia. The Standard was developed in consultation with industry, rail unions, rail safety regulators and health professionals to provide practical guidance for rail transport operators for managing the risks posed by the ill health of rail safety workers.
Rail operators accredit doctors and other health professionals to perform the assessments. Accredited health professionals then carry out the assessments using the Standard.
All health assessments for rail safety workers are conducted in line with the current edition of the National Standard.
- How does a company upload a medical assessment to a cardholders profile?
- How does a company request a medical assessment be fast tracked in the RIW System?