RAIB seeks tighter control of track machines

September 2007
Rail Business Intelligence;9/6/2007, Issue 301, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the evaluation by the Rail Accident Investigation Board (RAIB) regarding the safety track machines in Great Britain. It provides an investigation regarding the accident that occurred in Badminton. RAIB recommends that Module T1 should be amended to require that on-track machines are operated in tandem/multiple within possessions and worksites.


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