Decree Amending The Decree On Transmission Of Data On Accidents, Precursors To Accidents And Dangerous Occurrences, Etc. For Transport Authority

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om ændring af bekendtgørelse om indberetning af data vedrørende ulykker, forløbere til ulykker og sikkerhedsmæssige uregelmæssigheder m.v. til Trafikstyrelsen

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Decree amending the Decree on the submission of data on accidents, precursors to accidents and dangerous occurrences, etc. for Transport Authority
§ 1
Order no. 575 of 25 May 2010 on reporting of data on accidents, precursors to accidents and dangerous occurrences, etc., to the Public Transport Authority, is amended as follows:

1. The footnote to the Order title read:

»1) Order implements parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/49 / EC of 29 April 2004 on safety on the Community and amending Council Directive 95/18 / EC on the licensing of railway undertakings and Directive 2001/14 / EC on the allocation of railway infrastructure capacity and the levying of charges for the use of railway infrastructure and safety certification (railway safety Directive), Official Journal 2004 No. L 164 of 30 april 2004, page 44 et seq. , As corrected by Official Journal 2004 No. L 220 of 21 June 2004, page 16 et seq. and Official 2007 no. L 204 of 4 August 2007, p. 29 ff. , Parts of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/57 / EC of 17 June 2008 on the interoperability of the rail system within the Community, Official Journal 2008 no. L 191 of 18 July 2008, p. 1 et seq. European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/110 / EC of 16 December 2008 amending Council Directive 2004/49 / EC on railway safety in the EU (Railway Safety Directive), Official Journal 2008 no. L 345 of 23 December 2008, page 62 et seq. And Commission Directive 2009/149 / EC of 27 November 2009 amending European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/49 / EC as regards Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs, Official Journal 2009, No. . L 313 of 28 november 2009, page 65 et seq. , As corrected by Official Journal 2010 no. L 211 of 12 August 2010, page 48 and the Official Journal 2010 no. L 217 of 18 August 2010, page 14 et seq. "

2. The introduction is worded as follows:
'Pursuant to § 21 h paragraph. 1, point 1., § 21 l paragraph. 6, § 21, p paragraph. 3, § 22, stk. 6 and § 26 paragraph. 1, point 1. Of the Act on railway see. Act no. 1249 of 11 November 2010, as amended by Act no. 613 of 18 June 2012 fixed by order pursuant to § 24h, paragraph. 1: "

3. In § 1. 1, the words 'railway area' by 'of the rail network and veteran railway infrastructure'.

4. In § 3, paragraph. 4, after 'brake technical errors, "" passing point without kørtilladelse with vehicle other than trains in the area of ​​central security, passing point without kørtilladelse with another vehicle in the area without central security'.

5. In § 3 the following paragraph. 5 and 6:

"PCS. 5. The train is one or more railway vehicles hauled by one or more locomotives or railcars, or one railcar traveling alone, running under a given number or specific designation from an initial fixed point to a terminal fixed point. A locomotive traveling alone, considered as a train, see. Railway Safety Directive.

PCS. 6. For the Railway Safety Directive shall mean the European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/49 / EC of 29 April 2004 on safety on the Community and amending Council Directive 95/18 / EC on the licensing of railway undertakings and Directive 2001/14 / EC allocation of railway infrastructure capacity and the levying of charges for the use of railway infrastructure and safety certification, as amended. "

6. Annex 1 is replaced by Annex 1 to this Order.

7. Annex 2 is replaced by Annex 2 to this Order.
§ 2

PCS. 1. This Order shall enter into force on 1 January 2013.

PCS. 2. With regard to reporting March 1, 2013 for calendar year 2012, that the previous rules apply.

Transport Authority, 12 December 2012
Carsten Falk Hansen
/ Leif Funch



Appendix 1

'Annex 1
Definitions to be used for data transmission to the Public Transport Authority
Accidents



- By train collision understood collisions of trains, including collisions with obstacles within the clearance gauge (collision), head-on collision between two trains or collision between the front and rear of two trains or a side collision between a part of a train and a part of another train, or a train in clashes with ranking rolling stock or items that are permanently installed or temporarily present on or near the track, except at level crossings if items are lost by crossing vehicles or persons.


- By derailment is any incident where at least one wheel of a train leaves the rails.

- When crossing accidents means accidents at level crossings involving at least one railway vehicle and one or more crossing vehicles, other crossing users, f. Ex. Pedestrians or other objects temporarily present on or near the track if lost by crossing vehicles or users.

- For personal injury caused by rolling stock in motion means damage to one or more persons who are either hit by a railway vehicle or by an object attached to or detached from the vehicle. The definition also includes persons who fall from railway vehicles, and persons who fall or are hit by loose objects when traveling on board vehicles.

- Fire in rolling stock means fires and explosions, including their cargo, en route between the departure station and destination, including when stopped at the departure station, the destination or intermediate stops, as well as during re-marshalling operations.

- For other types of accidents means all accidents other than collisions of trains, derailments, level crossing, to persons caused by rolling stock in motion and fires in rolling stock.

Major accidents



- At significant damage to stock, track, other installations or environment mean devastation for at least 1.2 million. kr.

- When major disruptions to traffic meant that rail transport is set for 6 hours or more on a main railway line.

Suicide



- At suicide means action by which a person intentionally takes the life of himself, and as recorded by the competent authorities.

- At suicide means action by which a person intentionally trying to kill themselves, and as recorded by the competent authorities.

Dangerous goods



- When dangerous goods are substances and objects which may not be carried under the RID, or may only be carried under the conditions laid down in the RID.

- When accidents involving the transport of dangerous goods means any accident or incident to be reported in accordance with section 1.8.5 of RID / ADR.

Precursors to accidents



- When broken rails means any rail which is gone in two or more pieces, or any rail from which detached a piece of metal that leaves a gap of more than 50 mm in length and more than 10 mm depth on the running surface.

- By buckling understood error in sporkontinuum or geometry, which for security reasons require immediate closure of the track or reduction of the speed limit.

- At a signal error is any error in the signaling, either on infrastructure or rolling stock, resulting in a less restrictive signal than required.

- By passing the stop signal mean any situation in which any part of a train running farther than allowed.

- When broken wheels understood fractures that affect the wheel main parts, and creating a risk of accidents in the form of derailment or collision.

- By defective axles understood fractures affecting the shaft main parts, and creating a risk of accidents in the form of derailment or collision.

Personal



- In passages mean any person who makes a journey by rail, exclusive train staff. The accident statistics this includes people who try to board or alight a train in motion.

- For staff, including contractors' staff means any person employed in connection with a railway and is at work at the time of the accident. The definition includes the train crew and people that operate rolling stock and infrastructure installations.

- For users at level crossings mean any person who uses a level crossing to cross the railway line by means of transportation or by foot.

- For individuals who unlawfully on railway areas mean everyone who was staying at a railway premises where prohibited, except crossing users.

- When other people is someone who is not covered by the definition of passengers, staff, level crossing users or persons unlawfully on railway land.

Damage Type



- By killing is a person killed immediately or dying within 30 days as a result of an accident. Excluding suicides.


- By seriously injured person is one who has been hospitalized for more than 24 hours as a result of an accident. Suicide attempts are not included.

- When slightly injured person means persons who are harmed. Fatalities and serious injuries are not included.

Cost



- At the cost of environmental damage are costs to be borne by railway undertakings and infrastructure, estimated on the basis of their experience to lead a damaged area back to its state before the railway accident.

- At the cost of material damage to rolling stock or infrastructure means the cost of acquiring new rolling stock or construct new infrastructure with the same functionality and technical parameters as irreparably damaged and the cost of passing rolling stock or infrastructure that can be repaired, returned to the state before the accident. Both are to be estimated by railway undertakings and infrastructure on the basis of their experience. Costs of hiring rolling stock to replace damaged vehicles that are not available are also included in this definition.

Level crossing



- At the level crossing with automatic protection and warning system on the user side means a level crossing where protection or warning signal activated by the approaching train themselves.

- For protection on the course side means a signal or other train protection system that only allows trains to run forward, if the railway crossing is protected on the user side, and there is no in the process of passing it; the latter is controlled by the monitoring or detection of obstacles.

- At the level crossing with a manually operated protection or warning system means a level crossing where protection or warning system activated manually and is not linked to a railway signal, which only gives the train allowed to run forward, if protection or warning signal is activated.

- By unsecured level crossing means a level crossing where there is not activated any warning system or protection when users can not use the crossing safely. "



Appendix 2

'Annex 2
form for use in transmission of data on accidents, precursors to accidents and dangerous occurrences, etc.
Railway undertakings, railway infrastructure managers, vintage cars and vintage should submit data electronically, see. § 5, paragraph. 1. Veteran railways and veteran may also use the form for reporting referred to. § 5, paragraph. 2. Other people see. § 2. 2 used when reporting dangerous occurrences fill out the form, section 1-9, cf.. § 6
Transport Authority make a direct entry of the information reported in the NRA's database. By completing this form, it is accepted that any personally identifiable information will be included in the NRA's database.
Basic data point 1-9















1.




Contact Information
























Name / business
























street





Telephone























by





Email address




















2.




Involved business






Enter














Infrastructure Management















RU (s)















Other business




















3.




Date and time






Enter








































4.




Location



From / to station
















For station

















Railway line (TIB)
















Kilometre Ring
















Track number
















Type of fixed installation




Tick ​​(possibly. No.)














Perron

















signal

















Railway Violation m. Automatic warning system








Railway Violation m. Automatic boom barrier








Railway Violation m. Automatic boom barrier and protection on the course side








Railway Violation m. Automatic warning system, operated manually








Railway Violation m. Boom barrier, operated manually








Unsecured level crossing















turnout
















Bridge or viaduct


















tunnel

















No information























5.




driving




Operating type





Check















Train Movements









Ranking









Other


















Operating Security System (ATC / HKT)




Check







Yes









No, the equipment without plants








No, material of construction, but bypassed








No, stretch with plants but bypassed








No, stretch outside plant





















6




Traffic Type





passenger





Check















Intercity (Main Route)








regional









Local trains









S-train









metro









Veteran Railway









Other


















Gods





Check







National took









transit









Import took









Export took


















Other





Check







Materieltog









Locomotives without wagons








Working vehicle









Testing of rolling stock









Unidentified took






























7.




Train (to the extent the information is known)





Enter







Train number









point































8.




Category of accident precursor to accident or safety irregularity etc.










accident





Check







Train collision









derailment









Accidents at level crossings








Injury m. Rolling stock in motion








Fire in rolling stock








Other


















Dangerous goods






Check







Accidents involving a railway vehicle with dangerous goods








Accidents in which the release of dangerous goods



















Check








suicide











Suicide attempts



















Precursors to accidents




Check







Rail Bridal









Buckling









Signal error









Pass-by stop signal








Defective axles









Faulty wheel


















Dangerous occurrences




Check







Risk of person collision








Brake Malfunctions









Irregularity in level crossing









Deformation of the tracks








Error signaling









Profile relationships









vandalism









Pass-point without kørtilladelse, with a vehicle other than a train in the area of ​​central security








Pass-point without kørtilladelse, with a vehicle other than a train in the area without central security








Other























9.




Event Description




(Free text)



















































Error conditions or error actions




Check







infrastructure









energy









Signalling and Control Command








Operation and traffic management








Rolling stock










Staff Function









weather









environment









Other























Consequences of accidents paragraph 10














The point is mandatory for injuries and accidents involving destruction of at least 1.2 million. kr., or where rail traffic is set for 6 hours or more on a main railway line. In other accidents point optional.




















10.




Consequences of the accident




















Personal injury





number







passengers









The staff, including the personnel








Crossing users








Individuals who unlawfully on railway land








other


















Damage Type






number







Kills









Seriously injured








Slightly injured

















cost






Kr.







Material damage to rolling stock or infrastructure








Environmental damage


















delay





minutes







Stopping in traffic








Delay in relation to the roadmap















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