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KINNECT signs new contract with ARTC

Announcements 30 Jul 2021

KINNECT has secured a new contract to provide pre-employment, health monitoring assessments and Chief Medical Officer services for ARTC, The Australian Rail Track Corporation.

Starting from March 2021, KINNECT will provide Rail Category health assessments for new starters as well as the existing workforce.

The agreement also sees the appointment of Dr. Graeme Edwards (Senior Occupational and Environmental Physician, KINNECT) as the Chief Medical Officer for ARTC. In his role as CMO, and member of the RISSB Chief Medical Officers Council, Dr. Edwards will provide oversight of the health assessments and assist ARTC with the management of employees under the National Standard for Health Assessment of Rail Safety Workers.

Clark Hopley, Director at KINNECT, said:

“This is a significant win for KINNECT in the transport sector as ARTC are a vital part of the transport supply chain and economic development of Australia.

We’re delighted to be partnering with ARTC as they embark on one of the most significant rail infrastructure developments in recent history; Inland Rail. This project is expected to create 16,000 jobs during construction and KINNECT will be playing an important role in supporting this historic development.”

Rail Cat Medicals are a special type of medical designed specifically for the safety of Rail Industry workers. For more information about what these medicals entail, read more about the service here:


About ARTC 

The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) are a vital part of the transport supply chain and the economic development of Australia.

Across five states ARTC manages and maintains an 8,500km rail network and employs over 1,500 staff.

ARTC have invested billions of dollars to build, extend and upgrade their network to get freight off the road and onto rail.

This includes the Inland Rail route, the once-in-a-generation project that will enhance supply chains and complete the backbone of the national freight network by providing for a transit time of 24 hours or less for freight trains between Melbourne and Brisbane. 


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