April 2020 Sheffield rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is helping the Ardwick depot in Manchester prepare for the first wave of a £500 million fleet of trains, set to replace the much-maligned Pacers.The firm is installing its Depot Personnel Protection System (DPPS*) onto a new four road stabling facility being built at the Siemens’ depot, where […]
April 2020 During this unprecedented pandemic, the well-being of our customers and colleagues is of paramount importance. Minimising the risk of spread of infection is a key priority. The Depot Personnel Protection System (DPPS) has items that are regularly touched by large numbers of depot staff and contractors, meaning that it is possible for it […]
March 2020 Sheffield-based rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is expanding its presence in the Republic of Ireland, after installing a new warning system at Dublin’s Fairview Depot. The new project is part of a growing relationship with Irish Rail, who have used the firm’s flagship Depot Personnel Protection System (DPPS) at the Portlaoise facility since 2008. […]
February 2020 Sheffield rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is equipping Norwich’s Crown Point depot with its latest personnel protection technology, as part of a £40 million upgrade. The firm has just completed phase two of the installation, adding its flagship Depot Personnel Protection System (DPPS*) to a third road in the refurbished facility.
December 2019 Sheffield-based rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, has upgraded its technology at a second Siemens UK depot, as part of a major midlife overhaul programme for the operator. The Northam facility in Southampton is the latest to benefit from the firm’s New Generation Depot Personnel Protection System (DPPS), following its successful installation at Kings Heath […]
November 2019 The reputation of rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is on the up down under, after its technology was chosen to protect workers at a second high-tech train maintenance facility. Australia’s Downer Group specified the Sheffield-based firm’s safety system for a new build depot in Melbourne, being constructed as part of the State Government’s High […]
October 2019 Sheffield-based rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is to supply its flagship technology to Metro operator, Nexus’, £8.4 million training facility being constructed in South Shields. The firm has signed a contract with main contractors, Galliford Try, to install its Depot Personnel Protection System (DPPS) in the new state-of-the-art rail skills complex.
September 2019 Sheffield-based Zonegreen is celebrating the achievements of its technical director, who has been driving up safety standards within the rail industry for the last two decades. Christian Fletcher is marking 20 years with the firm this month, during which time he has become one of the world’s leading experts in depot personnel protection.
July 2019 Sheffield-based rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is working with Siemens to overhaul the personnel protection systems installed at its UK maintenance depots.
June 2019 Sheffield-based rail depot specialist, Zonegreen, is ensuring staff working on one of the most prominent transports projects in the Middle East are among the safest in the world.
May 2019 Sheffield safety specialists, Zonegreen, celebrated the 20th anniversary of their flagship system, which revolutionised working conditions in depots, at Railtex earlier this month.
April 2019 Zonegreen is providing advanced technology for the Crown Point rail depot in Norwich, UK, designed to prevent accidents and offer protection to staff.
February 2019 Sheffield’s rail safety specialist, Zonegreen, is urging depot operators to review their earthing procedures, to ensure personnel working with overhead lines are adequately protected.
December 2018 Staff working on Qatar’s state-of-the-art driverless metro in Doha will be among the safest in the world, thanks to innovative depot protection technology from Zonegreen.
November 2018 Rail depot safety specialist, Zonegreen, is using its flagship technology to help staff maintaining London’s overground fleet avoid accidents when working at height.