An official list of records.
An event where there is no damage or injury but the potential existed for either or both to occur and the cause is related to non-compliance with the approved rules, regulations, guidelines, policies or procedures of the railway or external events or activities beyond the control of the railway.
A reportable railway incident is an incident resulting directly from the operation of rolling stock where:
Types of railways regulated by BC Safety Authority:
An event that results in injury or damage relating to the railway’s operations.
A reportable railway accident is:
An accident resulting directly from operation of rolling stock, where:
(a) A person sustains a serious injury or is killed as a result of
1) Being on board or getting on or off the rolling stock, or
2) Coming into contact with any part of the rolling stock or its contents; or
A person who is deemed by the safety manager or Safety Standards Act to have professional qualifications or a combination of skills and experience relevant to regulated equipment, work or activities.
A person with an appropriate combination of education, skill, and knowledge, including as demonstrated by a certificate, to carry out regulated work or other regulated activities according to the Safety Standards Act.
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A form of permission that allows a person to perform regulated work, or operate regulated equipment as authorized by the applicable regulations in their field of expertise. A permit is normally associated with a specific person and site.
A person or company that owns or leases regulated products or equipment.
A person or company authorized by the owner to manage the operation of regulated product or equipment.