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Effective contingency planning is common practice in the rail industry to ensure business continuity, however, sometimes the provision of power is overlooked despite being a main requirement to aid recovery.   

So, what should a successful back-up power contingency plan for the rail sector contain?     

This eGuide looks at how you can create a winning back-up power strategy designed to cover all eventualities, from sharp temperature drops to power shortages or telecommunications failure.

Discover how to: 

  • Build sufficient operational detail in your plan
  • Conduct a site survey for a list of critical power and temperature control equipment
  • Work out the fastest installation plan
  • Prevent failures of equipment including fuel needs
  • Prioritise local suppliers
  • Check your supplier's accreditations and environmental standards

Written by John Anderson, Rail National Accounts Manager.

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