Schwichtenberg keeps safety front and center at CSX

“It really doesn’t matter where we are on paper, we’re constantly looking for ways of improving this railroad in every single department.” — Chief Safety Officer Jim Schwichtenberg, CSX CSX Corp.

CSX safety officials evaluate not only the Class I's past incidents and high-frequency events to find areas in need of improvement, but they also evaluate the “lessons learned” from incidents at other railroads, CSX VP and Chief Safety Officer Jim Schwichtenberg tells RailPrime's Julie Sneider. 




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