SIGNALLING PROJECTS & ENGINEERING PERSONNEL

S&T Cover Limited is an industry leading Project and Asset Management Company for signalling installation, maintenance and signal testing works throughout Southern England. We provide professional, competent and reliable signalling and project management staff, expanding our capabilities as we continue to deliver high quality services to our clients.

Our Project Management and support team ensure that every aspect of our railway projects are compliantly managed in line with EU Legislation and Network Rail standards. The projects that we deliver are focused towards achieving the best value-for-money, balancing costs with performance and technical innovation with safety being our prime directive and always at the forefront of everything we do.

S&T Cover offer professional turn-key solutions for railway signalling works, delivering complete Project Management services covering the planning, project design, resourcing, installation, maintenance and testing of S&T works. We are accredited by Bureau Veritas for ISO9001, 14001 & OHSAS 18001 and are a licensed Principle Contractor to Network Rail. We are also registered through Achilles RISQS holding 5 stars and the IRSE licensing scheme.

The company was established in 1998 with the vision of providing reliable and competent support personnel to make a difference, striving to find solutions in the most difficult of situations.

S&T Cover can offer a ‘One Stop Shop’ which can deliver the GRIP1-4 optioneering stages through to GRIP5-8 Stages for full project delivery covering complete Engineering and Project Management, Installation, Testing & Commissioning, SWTH, SMTH and G110 testing.

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SIGNALLING MAINTENANCE & TESTING

S&T Cover offers a diverse range of Asset Management Services, including Signalling Maintenance and emergency repair works.

We offer full maintenance services on all Signalling equipment, alongside Asset Condition Surveys, Correlation and full assessments of the Trackside Signalling environment.

To improve the reliability of trackside equipment, S&T Cover also offer a competitive expert monitoring and evaluation service for all signalling equipment.

S&T Cover offer a complete service from Design through to Installation and Testing which can include Signal Maintenance Testing, G110 and Signal Works Testing

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RAILWAY SIGNALLING AND SAFETY CRITICAL TRAINING

Formed in 2002 S&T Training delivers Signalling Technical and Safety Critical Training,  including  Work  Place  Assessments, basic PTS etc., signalling training courses and more advanced equipment specific courses, including SWTH and SMTH.

From our facility in Eastleigh, we offer a learning centre equipped with fully functional track-work and other equipment together with modern training aids in air - conditioned classrooms. This allows us to provide a comprehensive range of courses, individually tailored where necessary, to the specific needs of our customers.

All of our Training is undertaken by our team of qualified trainers and can be delivered at either our customers own premises or at our training venue located in Eastleigh Nr Southampton.

S&T COVER INITIATIVES

Health & Safety, Community Liaison and Innovation are Key to S&T Cover Ltd.’s success. We are continuously looking to find ways to improve Safety on the Railways for our workforce and our local communities.

LID-UP

S&T Cover are championing LID-UP, a simple and yet effective Safety Focus to ensure “Everyone Home Safe Everyday”. Every S&T Cover Operative will not walk by, once a week they will put a dislodged Trough Lid back into place, thus reducing Hazards, Accidents and improving Operational Productivity and Safety throughout the Railway Network.

RAISING AWARENESS

S&T Cover Ltd partnered with Kier Group to deliver a series of Network Rail’s “Stay Safe at Level Crossings” presentations in Littlehampton Schools. The interactive presentations, which were very well received, promoted safety behaviours and awareness by engaging the children in a Safety Poster Competition, with the aim to reduce accidents and anti-social behaviour at one of the busiest crossings in Britain. This initiative was featured in the Feb/Mar 2018 edition of Rail Technology Magazine (RTM).