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Safety instructions are just as important on our lines

We are relaunching our preventive action against risky behaviour. From 1 October, an awareness campaign will be rolled out to passengers on our network and in the media.

Rediscover 7 important instructions for travelling in complete safety! #consignesAIRATP

The campaign comprises:

  • 4X3 posters on RER and metro platforms and posters in the corridors;
  • 3 breakfast-show ads broadcast on 10 radio stations;
  • Twitter, Facebook and Instagram activities;
  • a film on social networks.

Want to talk to our staff about this? Come and meet them on 4 October in the following stations:

metro metro : Porte Maillot
metro metro : La Chapelle
metro metro : Bastille 
metro metro : Nation
metro metro : Villejuif Louis Aragon
metro metro : Opéra
metro metro : Miromesnil
metro metro : La Motte-Piquet Grenelle
metro metro metro : Saint-Lazare
rer rer : Gare de Lyon + La Défense + Marne-La Vallée Chessy
rer rer : Denfert-Rochereau + Massy-Palaiseau

“Don’t board after hearing the warning signal”, “Don’t alight on the tracks”... our #consignesAIRATP in detail:

Don’t use rollers, skateboards or scooters on platforms - RATP
Don’t alight on the tracks - RATP
Don’t obstruct automatic door closure - RATP
Don’t board after hearing the warning signal - RATP
Don’t run on platforms - RATP
Don’t push other passengers - RATP
Stand back from the platform edge - RATP

“Metro and RER
A serious accident every day due to carelessness
Safety instructions are just as important on our lines”

 

Did you know?

  • Every day on the metro and RER, we see a serious accident – or one that could have had serious consequences – due to carelessness. Since we have become used to our daily transport modes, we are sometimes less vigilant about our surroundings and do not always realise that small breaches of the safety rules can have serious consequences.
  • In case of emergency or if an item is dropped on the tracks, contact our staff using the call points found on each platform. And for a serious emergency during your journey, there are alarm buttons on each train.
RATP Group Communication