Wednesday, July 29, 2015

New Delhi: The Railway Board has asked other all the 17 Zonal Railways to follow the system implemented by Western Railway (WR) where a newly installed machine reads the punch-in time of motormen and motor guards at Mumbai Central Running Room i.e. rest room allotted to them.

The machine called Running Room Management System (RRMS) has been brought in to monitor the whereabouts of both motormen and motor guards when they take breaks between two shifts and ensure that no one takes too much time and can be tracked down in case of an emergency. Tracking will be done since after punching in, employees will be shown options as to which beds are empty, which meals can be chosen, and will be given food coupons as per seniority and what meals can be availed.

Railway board officials who visited Mumbai last week had asked all 17 zones to follow WR’s example A senior WR official said on condition of anonymity that it had been easier running operations due to RRMS. “This helps us know which of our staff is where and at what time and if they were genuinely late because of a problem with the trains or they wasted time by loitering around. Also, this ensures that we can log in their sleep hours in case we have to go back to the records to check if motormen and motor guards have had enough sleep,” said the official.


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