On 2nd January 1991 the Companies Registration Office issued a Certificate of Incorporation certifying that: 'NORTH EASTERN LOCOMOTIVE PRESERVATION GROUP is this day incorporated under the Companies Act 1985 as a private company and that the Company is limited'.
This document is the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group memorandum of association. It sets out the objectives of the company.
This document is the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group articles of association. It sets out the rules by which the company is run.
The following procedure for carrying out livery ballots on the Groups' locomotives was agreed at the AGM in May 1995 and replaces that set out in the original Articles of Association.
Motions passed at general meetings which amend either the articles of association or the memorandum of agreement.
Anti Bribery Policy, approved by the Committee 11/11/2013
The NELPG is committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our Volunteers and contractors so they can work and learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at the NELPG. If bullying does occur, all Volunteers should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively.
The NELPG has a responsibility to introduce its own Child Protection Policy. Under the Children Act 1989 we all have a responsibility for the well being of children and vulnerable persons whether or not we have parental control of children and young persons.
A NELPG Young Persons Development Group member (YPDG) is defined as any person being trained/educated by the NELPG between age 13 and 17 years. This document has been produced to ensure that all YPDG Volunteers and their parent contacts are absolutely clear about the aims/objectives of the Young Persons Development Group, and the requirements which NELPG will place on the members of the group.
The NELPG recognises that alcohol and drug abuse related problems are an area of health and social concern. It also recognises that a Volunteer with such problems needs help and support from the NELPG. The Group also recognises that alcohol and drug abuse problems can have a detrimental effect on work performance and behaviour. The Group has a responsibility to its Volunteers and customers to ensure that this risk is minimised.
All users and associated personnel – whether employed or volunteer - will ensure that they work entirely within all relevant, statutory and North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Health and Safety requirements and as required by ORR and HSE regulations.
You must not climb into the coal space of the tender in order to trim coal.
NELPG's aim is to ensure the we comply with our statutory duties under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (as amended by the Special Educational Needs Disability Act 2001) We aim to create a positive, inclusive ethos where issues of disability can be openly discussed with a shared commitment to respect difference and encourage good relations. This approach will be supported and backed up by the provision of disability equality/specific disability awareness training for volunteers as required.
We value the diversity brought to NELPG by individuals from a variety of racial, ethnic and national backgrounds and seek to provide a working and learning environment free from racial discrimination, harassment or victimisation.
The Committee has produced a written policy for considering applications for PTS sponsorship and payment by the Group. The ultimate aim will be to have a sufficient number of suitably qualified and able people, with PTS qualification, to support NELPG’s mainline activities. This is a link to a form to apply for NELPG sponsored PTS certification.
Following the item included by the Chairman in the February 2014 edition of NELPG NEWS, a number of responses were received. This report sets out to analyse those responses and suggest ways in which the debate regarding the future of NELPG NEWS might be moved forward.
This document sets out the strategy, policies and procedures for the operation of the Group’s steam locomotives, particularly when they are used on Network Rail lines, to ensure the best possible reliability and availability of the locomotives.
This policy describes how personal data must be collected, handled and stored to meet the company’s data protection standards — and to comply with the law.
North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group (NELPG) has produced this notice to explain what information we might collect about you, why we collect it, what we may use it for and who we may give it to. We will also explain your rights about your information and how we look after it while we have it.
We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern-day slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in connection with any part of our activities. Our Anti-slavery Policy Statement reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships and to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in our supply chains.
The Information Commissioner’s Office state that all breaches should be reported to them within 72 hours and service providers are required to notify the ICO if a ‘personal data breach’ occurs. They must also notify customers if the breach is likely to adversely affect customers’ privacy and keep a breach log.
This document contains the arrangements for carrying accessible information to be used in case of emergency.
Safety Policy - an extract of section 10 of the Locomotive Maintenance Policy.
All volunteers are requiredto sign on when starting work, and to sign off when finishing. By signing on, you are confirming that you are FREE of alcohol or drugs, FIT and COMPETENT to carry out the assigned work.