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Given the nature of our work, RAIB staff are sometimes invited to speak at, or submit papers to, conferences and events. The following is a selection of material submitted or presented by RAIB since 1 Jan 2015. The final published papers may be available from the event organiser.
2. Papers and presentations
|Date of event||Title||Event/conference|
|14/11/2018||2nd Rail Accident Investigators seminar presentations||RAIB|
|31/10/2017||1st Rail Accident Investigators seminar presentations||RAIB|
|05/12/2016||Lessons learnt from the investigation of accidents at the PTI||Institution of Mechanical Engineers IMechE|
|05 - 08/04/2016||How Accident Investigation Can Influence Railway Technology||Third International conference on Railway Technology: Research, Development and Maintenance||-|
|05/11/2015||RAIB investigations involving freight trains –current areas of concern||4th Risk Management Seminar DB Schenker|
|14/09/2015||Fatigue: identification, management and countermeasures||Fifth International Rail Human Factors Conference, London, RSSB|
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