Voluntary - REPCON Rail Confidential Reporting Scheme. Railway type: Light rail. These reports are …
Added at 14:30 on 26th November by the Archivist. Head-on collision. ... ongoing investigations, responses to rail safety recommendations. An Act of Kindness from Colin Marsden. Reports from completed investigations.
Rear-end collision. Ongoing railway accident investigations. This is the list of rail accident lists.
Boiler explosion. Train-pedestrian fatalities. Stop and examine. Signal passed at danger. It is not the purpose of such an investigation to establish blame or liability. Report type: Investigation report. The worst accident was the Quintinshill rail disaster in 1915 with 226 dead … Transport portal. Services and information. Accordingly, it is … Worst accidents. REPCON allows any person who has a rail safety concern to report it to the ATSB confidentially. Railway accidents and investigations. You are in RA » Accident Archive. A chance encounter with Colin Marsden's book Rail Mishaps last month led me to send a speculative email to Colin. The Railroad Accident Investigation Reports, 1911-63, (Boxes 1-10, location: 570/83/18/2-3) in the records of the Section of Railroad Safety, Bureau of Safety, consist of the official file copies of carrier accident investigation reports. The result is that Colin has kindly agreed to allow us to use high-res copies of his superb accident images on the site. Terrorist incidents. It is not the purpose of such an investigation to establish blame or liability. … The purpose of a Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) investigation is to improve railway safety by preventing future railway accidents or by mitigating their consequences. Rail accident investigation reports. REPCON is a voluntary and confidential reporting scheme. Classification of railway accidents. Rail owners, operators, track access providers, and other 'responsible persons' are obliged, to report any accident. Complete Listing | Hide Filter. View in Google Earth. Report 09/2019: Fatal collision between a tram and a pedestrian, near Saughton tram stop, Edinburgh, 11 September 2018. The purpose of a Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) investigation is to improve railway safety by preventing future railway accidents or by mitigating their consequences. Accordingly, it is … Train-pedestrian fatalities.