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Our DIT - 13 May 2022
Friday, 13 May 2022
National Road Safety Week
“Everyone has a right to get home safe!” is this year’s National Road Safety Week theme which will be held from 15 to 22 May 2022.
It is an annual initiative from the Safer Roads and Highways Group, partnering road safety organisations and Government to highlight the impact of road trauma and ways to reduce it.
Watch the video below to see what road safety means for our workplace.
Vinnies CEO sleepout
Our Chief Executive, Jon Whelan, will be taking part in this year’s Vinnies CEO sleepout on Thursday, 23 June 2022.
Vinnies Australia works to support South Australians experiencing homelessness, providing them with a range of vital supports and services.
If you would like to support this great cause, visit Jon’s fundraising page.
Photo: Jon Whelan, Chief Executive
Tuesday, 17 May 2022 is the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexphobia, and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT Day). Our department supports an inclusive and welcoming workplace for all staff and recognises the important role that IDAHOBIT Day plays, both as a celebration of diversity and as a reminder of the work still necessary to combat discrimination.
The Rainbow Allies Community of Practice has created a paper chain link display on Level 18, 77 Grenfell Street and all staff are welcome to add their own link to the chain to show their support for their LGBTIQA+ colleagues.
Our Chief Executive, Jon Whelan, will also be hosting a SA public sector panel discussion featuring LGBTIQA+ public sector employees sharing why IDAHOBIT and LGBTIQA+ inclusion is important to them, as well as tips about how public sector employees can help to make our services and workplaces more inclusive.
Find out more on how to get involved with IDAHOBIT or how to stream the panel discussion by visiting the Intranet.
PPMF Newsletter launched
The Transport Network & Investment Strategy team has been working hard over the last year implementing and systemising the Program and Project Management Framework (PPMF) and upgrading CAMMS. Both projects aim to simplify project management processes across the department and improve consistency in project reporting.
The team recently launched a newsletter to help keep interested staff up to date with the progress.
Staff spotlight is on…
Michael Cushway joined the department 22 years ago in the Service Standards area developing journey planning, rostering and service standards job scheduling systems.
In the early 2000s, Michael moved to the Ticketing section to support the patronage and real-time passenger information systems. This role took him into a specialist technical role in 2011 with the team that planned and implemented the existing Metrocard contactless smartcard ticketing and real-time passenger information systems.
Today, Michael is the Project Systems Specialist in the SAPTA Ticketing Unit project team delivering multiple ticketing upgrade projects, including contactless validation and passenger counting, that will have a positive impact on the people of South Australia.
Photo: Michael Cushway
Today’s Friday Flashback shows the original Railway station at Port Adelaide which opened in April 1856. It is a large stone building with a tower and a curved roof over the platforms.
A locomotive can be seen leaving the platform on the right. Sixty years later, in 1916, a new station was built on Commercial Road and became the main Port Adelaide Railway Station, this original one being known as 'Port Dock'.