06/01/2011 AT 07:00
Around 2,000 posters and 20,000 leaflets have been sent to 200 depots and site offices across the country encouraging employees to think about using sun protection as the summer months approach.
The creative shows graphic images of moles which are cancerous and encourages people to visit their doctor if they notice any change to the colour, shape or size of any moles on their skin.
Steve Featherstone, director of maintenance for Network Rail said: "With so many of our people working outdoors for many hours, it's important they make sure they protect themselves during the summer months by using an SPF spray or cream, lightweight protective clothing and regularly checking their skin.
"We know that in the past using sun protection has been thought of as soft, but through our work with our supported charity Cancer Research UK, we know that simple things such as using an SPF cream and checking regularly for any changes to your skin can be a life saver – there's nothing soft about that. We hope the campaign will prove to be a help in keeping our workforce fit and healthy for years to come."
Network Rail has unveiled new plans to transform London Bridge, to create a bigger and better station for passengers and enable a more frequent and reliable train service to operate.
Train operator c2c – which runs services between London and Essex – saw 97.4% of its trains arrive on time in March making it Britain's most punctual operator for the month.
A new single-deck car park has been built at Penrith railway station on the West Coast Main Line. The £2.5m scheme provides 30 additional spaces, bringing the total at the station to 125.
Train punctuality for February reached a record high of over 92% - the best February figure on record.
London 2012 spectators travelling by rail to Olympic and Paralympic sporting venues throughout Britain will benefit from special Games train tickets and extra services.
Continued severe winter weather during December hit train punctuality during the period. The latest train performance results reported that 81% of trains arrived on time compared with 80% for the same period last year.
Work started this week to prepare for the construction of a new entrance and ticket office at Wandsworth Town station, providing better facilities for passengers.
Virgin Trains had record sales during the run-up to Christmas, despite some of the worst December weather for more than 40 years.
Signalling Solutions Ltd, a 50-50 joint venture company formed by Alstom Transport and Balfour Beatty Rail, has received from Network Rail, the UK main line infrastructure operator, two contracts of a total of nearly €29 million for modernisation of signalling equipment in London.
Almost 93% of services on Britain's railway ran on time during the last reporting month – mid September to mid October - matching last year's 'best ever' record for train performance during the seventh period of the year.