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1 . Report from the 5thmeeting of the Safety & Security Committee Report from the 5th meeting of the Safety & Security Committee Paris, April 29 th 2010 Joseph H.M. Urlings (BAM Rail, NL) Chairman of Committee

2 Brussels, May 27 th 2010

3 Safety & Security Committee Safety aspects of cross-acceptance Safety aspects of cross-acceptance incl. Results of the evaluation of safety questionnaire Norm EN & UIC guidelines for contractors Implementation of the safety directive in particular for driving licences for track machines Relevance of CEN standards

4 Contractors must have a Safety Certificate SMS includes Staff Competence & Maintenance of OTP

5 Contribution all countries

6 Conclusions: SMS is implemented by all members Safety Police – –Based upon objectives and commitment – –Developed under relevant organisations In 50% of countries – –SMS certification is not mandatory prior to get contracts IM’s keep legal responsibility of safety

7 Conclusions: Major risk is related to train circulation Proactive Supports – –Control Measures – –Task Safety Data Sheets   Help for continuous improvement Subject to reflection – –Staff and their representatives involvement in SMS Special thanks to Bernard Guyot

8 Safety aspects of cross-acceptance Norm EN & UIC guidelines for contractors Norm EN & UIC guidelines for contractors Implementation of the safety directive in particular for driving licences for track machines Relevance of CEN standards Safety & Security Committee

9 Norm EN – 3 & colour of On Track Plant

10 Norm EN – 3 & colour of On Track Plant Norm EN Track - Railbound construction and maintenance machines  Part 3 : general safety requirements

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25 Safety aspects of cross-acceptance Norm EN & UIC guidelines for contractors Implementation of the safety directive in Implementation of the safety directive in particular for driving licences for track machines Relevance of CEN standards Safety & Security Committee

26 Driving licences ERA recommendation on harmonization formats for driving licences

27 Community model of train driving licence

28 Community model of complementary certificate

29 Safety aspects of cross-acceptance Norm EN & UIC guidelines for contractors Implementation of the safety directive in particular for driving licences for track machines Relevance of CEN standards Relevance of CEN standards Safety & Security Committee

30 CEN working group 39 Safety protection on the track during work  WG A - Railway risks and common principles for protection of fixed and mobile work sites  WG B - Common solutions and technology - Technical requirements Track Warning Systems - Technical requirements Track Warning Systems  WG C - Competences of personnel working near or on tracks Starts Starts May 16th 2005 First drafts First draftsend 2010

31 Improved availability and safety thanks to Mobile Workshop EFRTC Newsletter 1, 2010

32 Thank you very much for your attention!


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