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view document PDF (4.8Mb download)Accidents on Railways - Published by the Order of the Board of Directors of the Manchester and Leeds Railway Company for Distribution among the Compan...Nov 1840
view document PDF (1.4Mb download)Railway Collisions PreventedFeb 1855
view document PDF (11.1Mb download)Report on Level Crossing Protection including visits to the Netherlands, French, West German and Swiss Railways by officers of the Department of Trans...1978
view document PDF (9.3Mb download)Pedestrian Safety at Public Road Level Crossings20th Apr 1983
view document PDF (2.0Mb download)Appleton Inquiry Report - Report of an Inquiry into the Health and Safety Aspects of Stoppages caused by Fire and Bomb Alerts on London Underground, B...1992
view document PDF (4.4Mb download)Ensuring Safety on Britain's Railways: A Report submitted to the Secretary of State for Transport by the Health and Safety Commission developing Propo...Jan 1993
view document PDF (2.6Mb download)Passenger Falls From Train Doors: Report of an HSE Investigation1993
view document PDF (2.0Mb download)An assessment by HSE of the structural integrity of the Forth Rail Bridge1996
view document PDF (0.5Mb download)Maintaining a Safe Railway InfrastructureMar 1996
view document PDF (1.8Mb download)The management of safety in Railtrack - A Review by the Health and Safety Executive2000

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