Not sure if this is the best place for this so feel free to move it if not.
My name's Declan - I'm a journalism student at the University of Technology, Sydney and I'm putting together a video story on a recent study showing a huge improvement in the general health and BMI of Australian train drivers after the introduction of the national health standard after the Waterfall crash.
I'm looking for a case study for my story - ideally, anyone who drives a train and has lost weight or improved their health in some other way recently, either to comply with the health standards OR after the new rules relating to BMI that were introduced earlier this year.
I'd just be after a brief video interview with someone.
The story's just for an assignment and *wouldn't be published* (just submitted privately for marking).
So does anybody here know anyone who might fit the bill, or is there somebody else I should speak to? I'm currently talking to the RTBU as well.
It's a pretty positive story and will paint Sydney's train drivers and the national health standard in a good light.
I can pass on my email to anyone who might be able to help - and any help would be much appreciated.