20 Jun 2016
Two drafts for Public Consultation – AS7706 Interface with points, and Guideline for Measuring Safety Performance
The purpose of AS7706 Interface with Points is to provide the Australian rail industry with a set of requirements to be used to define the interfaces with Points and Crossing Systems and control the risks associated with Point and Crossing Systems.
This standard is intended to define the minimum interface requirements with Points and Crossing Systems.
This standard is not intended to supplant higher performance standards based on local experience and good engineering practice, which may be contained in the Point and Crossing System standards, codes, guidelines and procedures of individual States or Rail Infrastructure Managers.
The draft of the standard is now available for open consultation.
How to Contribute
Stakeholders are now invited to submit comments on the draft which is now available for download from the RISSB website:
Click here to download the draft standard.
Please submit comments as mark ups on the PDF RISSB AS7706 Standard (using the PDF tools provided) and return either through the RISSB website or by emailing the PDF to email@example.com.
Closing date for comments is 5pm on Monday 15th August 2016.
Review draft of the RISSB Measuring Safety Performance Guideline
This guideline has been updated for the Australian rail industry under license from the Rail Safety and Standards Board (UK). It offers Rail Transport Organisations, their suppliers and contractors, guidance for setting useful safety performance indicators.
How to Contribute
Stakeholders are now invited to submit comments within the PDF draft, which is available for download from the RISSB website:
Click here to download the draft guideline.
Please use PDF commenting tools in Acrobat or Acrobat Reader: do not use text editing.
Please return PDF with comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for comments is Tuesday 2nd August 2016.
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