Publication of the reporting of data on accidents, trainers to accidents and safety irregularities and so on to Traffic Management 1)
In accordance with section 21 h (1) (i), ONE, ONE. pkt., section 21 l, paragraph 1. 6, section 21 p, paragraph. 3, section 22, paragraph. 6, and section 26 of the law of rail, cf. Law Order no. 969 of 8. In October 2009, according to section 24 of the transport minister, the President of the Transport Minister shall be authorised :
Scope and definitions
§ 1. The Traffic Management Board shall operate and maintain a database on alert data on accidents, trainers to accidents and safety irregularities and so on in the railway sector.
Paragraph 2. The reports are necessary for the annual reports of the European Railway Agency and the preventive rail safety work carried out by the board, and so on.
Paragraph 3. The database and electronically reported information is not available to the public, cf. Section 5 (5). Two, in the law of the public.
§ 2. Railway railway undertakings, railway infrastructure managers, veterans and veterans have a duty to report the data set out in Annex 2 to the database referred to in Section 1.
Paragraph 2. Persons employed by railway undertakings and railway infrastructure managers, and persons performing safety-related functions in the railway area may report security irregularities to the Traffic Management, cf. § 6.
§ 3. By accident an unwanted or unintended sudden event or a specific chain of such incidents which have harmful effects shall be taken. Accidents are broken down into the following categories : train collisions, trainings, accidents in rail runs, injuries caused by rolling stock in movement, rolling stock fire and other equipment.
Paragraph 2. By significant accident, any accident involving at least one railway right in motion and resulting in at least one person killed or severely injured, or in massive destruction of material, track or other installations or the environment, or mass disruption of traffic (in Commission Directive 2009 /149/EC of 27. November 2009 amending Directive 2004 /49/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (the Railway Safety Directive). Accidents in workshops, stockpiles and deposits are not included.
Paragraph 3. By runners to accidents, Rail, sunbaskets, signal flaws, stop signal and faulty tire and axles on rolling stock.
Paragraph 4. By safety irregularities ; an event in the railway area, which has not led to an accident or runaway to accidents, is understood, but which could have been relevant to rail safety, including the risk of personal injury caused by rolling stock in movement, braking technical errors, deformation of the tracks, signalling errors in signalling, profiling, exclusive personal injury caused by rolling stock in motion, vandalism or other.
§ 4. The data report shall be made by 1. March each year for the preceding calendar year, cf. Section 2 (2). 1.
Paragraph 2. Railway railway undertakings, railway infrastructure managers, the veterans and veterans shall use the definitions set out in section 3 and Annex 1.
Paragraph 3. The data report shall take place in accordance with the categories referred to in Annex 2.
Paragraph 4. Expiration to accidents, which cause an accident, must be reported both as a lead to accidents and an accident.
§ 5. Reporting for section 4 shall be made electronically. The report shall be made by either completing an electronic copy of the security database of the Traffic Management Board or by transferring data from the undertaking ' s own database in a format corresponding to the data traffic management database.
Paragraph 2. However, Veterans and Veterans may choose to use the form in Annex 2 in reporting to the Traffic Management Board.
Paragraph 3. The reports of railway undertakings, railway infrastructure managers, veterans and veterans ' reports must not, in addition to the information listed in Annex 2, include personal information.
§ 6. Persons, cf. Section 2 (2). 2, when reporting of security irregularities to the Traffic Management Board shall apply the form set out in Annex 2, paragraphs 1 to 9.
§ 7. Inherit of the provisions of section 4 (4). One-three penalty is punishable by fine.
Paragraph 2. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of Chapter 5 of the penal code.
Entry into force and transitional provisions
§ 8. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. January, 2011.
Paragraph 2. Publication no. 646 of 25. June 2008 on the reporting of data to Traffic Management in relation to accidents, incidents and safety irregularities are hereby repealed.
§ 9. As far as the reporting is concerned, the 1. March 2011 for the calendar year 2010, the applicable rules shall apply in the current rules.
Traffic Management, the 25th. May 2010
Carsten Falk Hansen
-Lise Aena Kobberholm
Definitions for the reporting of data to Traffic Management
-WHAT? By train collision means train collisions, including clashes with obstacles in the structure gauge (collision), head-on collisions between two trains or clashes between the front and the rear of two trains or the clashes between a part of a train and a part of a train ; another train or a train in collision with ranged rolling stock or objects which are fixed or temporarily located on or near the track, except in the case of a rail crossing, the objects of which are lost by cross-vehicles ; or people.
-WHAT? By tracing any event shall mean any incident at which at least one of a train's wheels is running out of track.
-WHAT? By accidents in rail road journeys, an accident in the rail road runs involving at least one railway vehicle and one or more crushing vehicles, other cross-users, f. Exes. pedestrians, or objects temporarily located on or near the track if they are lost by cross-vehicles or users.
-WHAT? By injury caused by rolling stock ; it shall mean any damage to one or more persons affected by either a railway vehicle or by any object attached to or detached from the vehicle. The definition also includes people who fall out of railway vehicles and those who fall or are hit by loose objects in the transport of railway vehicles.
-WHAT? By rolling stock fire ; the fires and explosions, including their cargo, shall be carried out between the office of departure and destination, including when holding at the office of departure, the office of destination or by means of intervention, as well as during realloy.
-WHAT? By other types of accidents ' all accidents other than train collisions, tracers, accidents in the rail road runs, injuries caused by rolling stock in movement, and fire in rolling stock.
-WHAT? By large-scale destruction of material, trails or other installations or the environment ; the destruction of at least 1,2 million shall mean destruction ; DKK
-WHAT? By mass disruption of traffic, the train traffic is set to be suspended for 6 hours or more in a main rail route.
-WHAT? By suicide ' means any action by which a person intentionally intentionally takes the life of itself and is recorded as such by the competent authorities.
-WHAT? By dangerous goods, means substances and articles which are not allowed to be transported under the RID, or may only be transported in accordance with conditions laid down in RID.
-WHAT? By accidents related to the transport of dangerous goods, any accident or incident to be notified in accordance with Chapter 1.8.5 of the RID / ADR shall mean any accident or event.
Expiration for accidents
-WHAT? By rail fractures, means any rail which has gone into two or more pieces or any rail from which the release of a piece of metal leaves a hole of more than 50 mm length and more than 10 mm deep on the surface of the driving surface.
-WHAT? By solar curves, For the purposes of track continuity or geometry, for safety reasons, the immediate closure or reduction of the permitted speed shall be closed.
-WHAT? By signalling error any errors in the signalling system shall be understood either on the infrastructure or on the rolling stock, resulting in a less restrictive signal than required.
-WHAT? By bypass stop signal any situation in which any part of the train is running longer than the permitted limit shall be taken.
-WHAT? By faulty wheels and axles ; a breach which affects the main parts of the wheel or the axle, thereby creating the risk of accidents in the form of derailment or clashes.
-WHAT? By passenger anyone who carries out a journey by rail, excluding train crew, shall be understood. In the case of accident statistics, this includes people who are trying to get on or off a train.
-WHAT? By staff, including contractors ' s personnel ; any person employed in association with a railway line and which is working at the time of the accident is understood. The definition includes train staff and persons serving rolling stock and infrastructure facilities.
-WHAT? By users in the rail road runs any person who uses a railway crossing to cross the railways by means of a means of transport or on foot shall be taken.
-WHAT? By persons who are improperly situated on railway lines, all operators staying on the territory of a Railway, where it is prohibited, are prohibited, except for the users of railway driving.
-WHAT? By other people any person who is not covered by the definition of passenger, staff, users of railway services or persons who are improperly situated on railway lines shall be understood.
-WHAT? By killed. a person being killed on the spot or dies within 30 days of an accident. Suicide is not included.
-WHAT? By seriously injured person a person who has been hospitalized for more than 24 hours as a result of an accident has been committed. Suicide attempt is not included.
-WHAT? By slightly injured person, the persons who are injured shall be understood. Killed and severely injured are not included.
-WHAT? By environmental damage costs, the costs borne by railway undertakings and the infrastructure managers shall be estimated on the basis of their experience of leading an injured area to the condition of the railway accident.
-WHAT? By the costs of material damage to rolling stock or infrastructure ; the costs of acquiring new rolling stock or to initiate new infrastructure with the same functionality and technical parameters as the irreparable damage and the costs of rolling stock or infrastructure that can be used to carry out the rolling stock or infrastructure ; repairing, back to condition prior to the accident. Both must be set up by railway undertakings and the infrastructure managers on the basis of their experience. The cost of the rent of rolling stock to replace injured vehicles that are not available is also covered by this definition.
-WHAT? By rail-road overdrive with automatic protection or warning systems on the user side ; a railway overdrive means that the protection or warning signal is activated by the train approaching.
-WHAT? By protection in the field side, a signal or other operating system which only permits trains to drive forward only if the rail crossing is protected by the user side, and no one is going through it ; the latter is controlled by means of surveillance or detection ; of obstacles.
-WHAT? By Rail overdrive with a manual officer protection or warning system ; a railway overdrive shall mean that the protection or warning system is activated manually and is not connected to a railway signal that allows the train only to operate if the protection or warning signal is activated.
-WHAT? By unsecured rail services ; a railway overdrive means that no warning system or protection is activated when users are unable to make use of the crossing over to safety.
1) The announcement contains provisions which implement parts of Commission Directive 2009 /149/EC of 27. November 2009 amending Directive 2004 /49/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to common security indicators and common methods for calculating the costs of accidents, the EU Official Journal 2009, nr. L313, page 65.