Form RT3119-A Iss 5
SPAD Data Collection Form (Infrastructure Manager)
The revised form is a consequence of proposal 09/022 from ATOC, against GORT3119 and GOGN3519 Accident and Incident Investigation (proposal was to revise SPAD categorisation and subsequent industry process for re-categorisation following investigation). The amendments that have been made to GORT3119 and GOGN3519 issue one do not change any procedural aspect of a SPAD specific accident or incident investigation, just the detail contained within it. As a consequence of these changes, RSSB has taken the opportunity to amend and update the SPAD Data Collection Forms (RT3119-A and RT3119-B). A Word version of this file is available on the SPAD page of RSSB's website: http://www.rssb.co.uk/SPR/Pages/signals_passed_at_danger.aspx. Users should note that both the PDF and MS Word versions are identical in content.
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