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Title: Railway Safety Plan in Korea Name: Sanglog Kwak, Sungbae Yoon, Kwanghag Choi Organisation: MLTM, KRRI Economy: Republic of Korea Thirty Fourth APEC.

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1 Title: Railway Safety Plan in Korea Name: Sanglog Kwak, Sungbae Yoon, Kwanghag Choi Organisation: MLTM, KRRI Economy: Republic of Korea Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia 13-17 June 2011

2 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Railway Safety Status in Korea 3.9 billion passenger moves 60 billion passenger-km 194 million train km in 2010 12 TOCs operate 92 lines(4,200km) Korail© operate 74 lines(3,600km) 11 Metro operating company operate 18 lines(600 km) - Among 695 metro station, 419 station install platform screen doors(no fatalities occurs at this stations) - 504 underground station 1,174 station, 1,313 level crossing(92% install auto. barrier) 57,000 staff work on railway operating companies 135(include 59 suicide fatalities) fatalities occurs No passenger fatalities occurs in recent 5 years

3 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Railway Safety Statue in Korea Based on “Railway Safety Act 2004” - 77 Railway Safety Measures, 1bil USD/yr. - 55% Reduction in accident rate (3.68  1.64/mil km) - 46% Reduction in accident fatalities (249 fat./yr  135 fat./yr, include suicide) Rail Passenger increase 1~2% every year

4 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Rapid Progress in Railway Safety Accident fatalities occurs from(2010) : Total 135 persons - No train accident fatality occurs from 2005 - Attempt suicide : 44% (59 persons) - Trespass : 25%(36 persons) - Level Crossing : 3%(4 persons) - Staff at work : 8%(11 persons)

5 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Korean Railway Safety Act 2004 Safety Planning (include Emergency Action Plan) Competency Management for Safety Critical Work National wide railway safety program - Safety standard for rolling stock, infrastructure, etc… - Safety Certification for major components - Safety Inspection, Risk Management - Construction of SMS & Safety Case approval Safety Technology R&D Accident Investigation

6 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 The 1 st Railway Safety Plan(2006-2010) 77 measures for major accident prevention Requirement for safe operation of the railway system Environmental change for railway safety issue - Privatization of railway industry - Operation of High Speed Train - Electrification of Conventional Railway System Safety Issue and limitations on safety Accident analysis & Risk analysis Invest 5 billion US$ for 5 years : focus on H/W 40% accident reduction target in 5 year Establish detailed background of Railway Safety Programs

7 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Environmental Changes High Speed : More tunnels & Bridges are constructed -KTX Line : Tunnel 30%, Bridge 30% -Normal Line : Tunnel 10%, Bridge 8% -Metro Line : Tunnel & Bridge 80~90% High Density : More Passenger & Train Less Maintenance Time Aging Society : 12% of total passenger(more than 65 yr) Increase of Railway Operating Companies : 11  17 TOCs

8 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Current Safety Issues in Korea Trespass & Vandalism Natural Disaster (flood, heavy rain, severe cold, strong wind, thunderbolt) Small TOCs with small safety management organization Safety Certification System Setting up New Safety Management System(Risk based SMS)

9 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 The 2 st Railway Safety Plan(2011-2015) & Transportation Safety Plan(2012-2016) 10% reduction of accident rate in 5 year 33 measures for accident prevention Renforcement of Safety Management H/W investment  S/W development(such as SMS) Safety Regulation  Safety Certification Competency Management  Human Factors Management Result Management  Cause Management Invest 2 billion US$ for 5 years : focus on SMS Establish detailed background of Railway Safety Programs

10 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Key Safety Measures(2011-2016) Safety Management Establishment of Risk Based SMS Sharing of Safety specialists & information within Railway industry Competency for Safety Critical Works Efficient Safety Management using IT(Information Tech.) Safety Certification Track security and trespass hot-spot management Prevention of Safety Devices Abuse

11 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Key Safety Measures(2011-2016) Staff Management Communication within organization Train drivers’ human error prevention Technical support for safety work (accident investigations, SMS, Risk analysis …) Working environment change Upgrade Training System : Using simulators for emergency training Emergency Response Training(include. Manuals) Track Worker’s safety

12 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Key Safety Measures(2011-2016) Railroad Infrastructure Platform safety device (Screen Doors, Emergency Button, etc…) Passenger Crowd Management Minimize hazardous environment in station The handicapped passenger safety in station Track security Level crossing safety : Intelligent signal, over-bridge, barriers Maintenance Reliability on Signaling & Power Supply system Fire safety in Tunnel and station

13 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Key Safety Measures(2011-2016) Rolling stock safety Maintenance Error control Renovation of Maintenance house Old rolling stock management (diagnosis, spare part) * Safety measures on Rolling stock safety are finished by 2009

14 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Key Safety Measures(2011-2016) Railway safety R&D and AD AD. to the people and support safety information Support Safety volunteer (passengers) R&D on Safety Training System on staff Testing Track construction Major accident prevention and mitigation R&D

15 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Collaborate items Sharing railway safety information - Common safety indicators (similar to ERA) Railroad & Rolling stock safety standards Effect of various safety measures Ex) Platform screen door, emergency bell, fire extinguisher, CCTV… Exchange of railway safety personnel Accident investigation reports Guiding Sign at railway station

16 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Various guiding sign at railway stations in Korea

17 TPT-WG34, Brisbane, Australia Thirty Fourth APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, 13-17 June 2011 Thank you.


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