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RED Videos: Signals Passed at Danger

 

A train passing a stop signal without authority can lead to a railway accident. These episodes of RED look at the causes of SPADs and what can be done to mitigate them and increase safety on the railway.  

RED 49 - Past at Danger
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RED 49 - Past at Danger

RED 30 – An unexpected halt
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RED 30 - An Unexpected Halt

RED 22- Irregular Working and Communications
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RED 22 - Irregular Working and Communications

RED 19 - The authorised SPAD
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RED 19 - The Authorised SPAD

RED 17 - The Industries Most Hazardous Job
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RED 17 - The Industry's Most Hazardous Job

RED 16 - The changing risk profile
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RED 16 - The Changing Risk Profile

RED 14 - Precursors
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RED 14 - Precursors

RED 13 - Safety Critical Communication
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RED 13 - Safety Critical Communication

RED 12 - Professional Management
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RED 12 - Professional Management

RED 11 - ECS and Light Loco SPADs
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RED 11 - ECS and Light Loco SPADs

RED 10 - Distractions
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RED 10 - Distractions

RED 9 - Working together
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RED 9 - Working together

RED 8 - 100 Professionalism
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RED 8 - 100% Professionalism

RED 6 - Anatomy of a SPAD - part 2
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RED 6 - Anatomy of a SPAD - part 2

RED 5 - Anatomy of a SPAD
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RED 5 - Anatomy of a SPAD

RED 4 - A Question of Responsibility
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RED 4 - A Question of Responsibility

RED 3 - Mental Trap
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RED 3 - Mental Trap

RED 2 - Unintended Consequences
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RED 2 - Unintended Consequences

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