A CSN is Optional for work in an LPA

The Corridor Safety Centre has been operating since 2016, confirming the authorisation status of Protection Officers and reviewing their preparation for work on track, except for work within Local Possession Authorities (LPAs).

In addition to the PPO needing to obtain a CSN at the commencement of the LPA, it will remain optional for other POs working within the LPA to obtain a CSN.

Obtaining a CSN helps to recognise the activity of POs, including when and where they’ve worked, as well as confirming that POs are authorised and have the necessary information about the protection arrangements before working in the LPA.

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For further information, please email RCS@transport.nsw.gov.au