Roslyn Stuart

Roslyn Stuart leads the Australian business of global company Hitachi Rail in the delivery safe, reliable and sustainable mobility solutions and systems for both freight and passenger rail operators.

With more than 20 years’ experience in systems technology and a background in engineering projects and computer science, Roslyn has a strong track record of partnering with clients and teams across the globe to deliver ground-breaking projects.

Since joining Hitachi Rail in 2011, Roslyn has led many significant projects including the engineering development and deployment of Rio Tinto’s AutoHaul™ – a world first autonomous unmanned heavy haul iron ore railway system in north-west Western Australia.

She holds a Bachelor of Science, Computer Science and Applied Chemistry from Curtin University.

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AusRAIL Custom Stand Venue guidelines

All temporary structures will be professionally designed, structurally sound and will contain reasonable provision for:

  • Safety of persons to be accommodated in the event of fire including means of egress
  • Prevention of fire
  • Suppression of fire
  • Patrons must give consideration for wheelchair access to the Stand (NCC – Section D3.3) The reduction of the existing level of fire protection is not permissible.

Designers and builders have an obligation to design and construct to these principles and any relevant standards or legislation while meeting the special needs of their client. Parts of these principles include:

  • Stands over 18m2 where roofing is fitted must have a “Smoke Detection Device” and have a fire extinguisher installed. The recommended material for the roofing is “shark tooth” type material that allows water penetration from sprinklers and fire cannon.
  • Audience chairs within a temporary structure must be secured in groups of not less than 4 and not more than 16. Maximum seats in each row must not exceed 8 where there is an aisle at one end only or 16 where there are aisles on both sides of the row. (NCC NSW H101.11.1).