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Technical-Networking Meeting – November 2023

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Technical-Networking Meeting – November 2023

23 Nov 2023 @ 5:00 pm



Technical meeting is proudly sponsored by PWI-NSW.
Location : State Library – Metcalfe Auditorium


23 Nov 2023
5:00 pm
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Metcalfe Auditorium
State Library of New South Wales 1 Shakespeare Place
Sydney, 2000 Australia
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Date: Thursday 23rd November 2023
Time: 5pm – 6:30pm
Format: In-Person (State Library) & Online

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Change of Venue !!
Location: Metcalfe Auditorium – State Library 

PWI NSW holds five Technical-Networking Meetings per year to provide members with a technical focus, enhance knowledge sharing and encourage regular networking amongst members.

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Technical Meeting Presentations By :

First presentation will be undertaken by Christian Christodoulou who is the Director of Engineering at Transport for NSW (TfNSW)

TfNSW SER AMB Update Presentation

Christian Christodoulou will present an overview of the asset management discipline across the Transport for NSW cluster. His presentation includes information on the Asset Management Framework, Technically Assured Organisation process, Standards and Concessions. Christian will also cover off on Transport for NSW’s work on electrical safety in the rail space.

Christian’s Bio

Christian is accountable for leading and managing the strategic engineering framework across all modes of transport and providing executive leadership and direction in relation to network standards, professional competence and operational assets across the life cycle, to ensure that their condition, performance and integrity are suitable at all times for the safe and efficient delivery of multi-modal services.


Second Presentation will be undertaken by Graham Bradshaw who is the Director or Special Projects Engineering & Maintenance, Sydney Trains (TfNSW)

Sydney Trains ETWS Presentation

Integral to Sydney Train’s focus on reducing risk to rail workers particularly those working in and around the danger zone, is the continued exploration into the use of technology and engineering controls to replace and supplement administrative methodology.

The Enterprise Track Worker Safety (ETWS) is the organisational wide programme within Sydney Trains, which seeks to identify technology, undertaking proof of concept piloting and where successful transitioning those technologies (which deliver a safety benefit to the workforce) into business normal activities within the network.

Graham’s Bio

Graham has a transport career spanning some 30 years and a number of continents.

He moved to Sydney in 2009 after 20 years delivering step-change safety projects in London Underground and the Middle East. He brings a disruptor (and often disruptive) approach to adding-value and understands that this is neither easy nor universally accepted.

Awarded a Public Service Medal in 2019 for his work in repurposing end of life assets and delivering improved outcomes to those who sometimes fall ‘down the cracks’ of service delivery and social improvement programs.

He has an ability to collaborate and deliver outside the usual suspects and has been successful in bringing diverse groups together to solve wicked problems and deliver tangible improvements to people’s lives.

He is currently leading the Sydney Trains Enterprise Track Worker Safety (ETWS) program which is focused on reducing risks to those who work in and around the ‘danger zone’. This has seen him source, trial and implement technology and changes to working systems that are, in many instances, decades old.

Graham frequently describes the ETWS program as a ‘trojan horse’ to drive cultural change and through his leadership style he permissions and empowers people to challenge themselves, the system and the way outcomes are delivered.



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