DB Cargo UK urged to improve procedures after Toton runaway
In the wake of last year’s runaway train at a yard in the English East Midlands, the UK Rail Accident Investigation Branch has made two wide-ranging recommendations. The RAIB says closer monitoring of rolling stock should be undertaken, and there should be a review of how critical safety tasks are implemented on trains arriving at managed yards. The recommendations were aimed primarily at DB Cargo, but RAIB says they could apply to any operator.
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