Sheffield derailment report asks questions of Network Rail
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch, the appointed independent safety investigator for the UK rail network, has concluded its report into the derailment almost one year ago at Sheffield station. As a result, the RAIB has made four recommendations to Network Rail. The Branch says changes need to be made to the implementation of processes for identifying high derailment risk locations; the implementation of safety-critical changes to its processes; standards governing fitment of check rails; and track geometry data formats.
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