The sixth annual safety report for the UK's railways from the Railway Safety and Standards Board.
This document was published on 16th May 2006 by Railway Safety & Standards Board.
It was written by Railway Safety & Standards Board.
The original document format was PDF File, and comprised 238 pages.The original document can be found here.
This document is © Railway Safety & Standards Board.
"Safety issues have been a concern of the railway industry since its inception – from Rocket to Railtrack, Evening Star to Eurostar, nationalisation to privatisation. And as performance and patronage have increased over time, so has the need to ensure adequate levels of safety and security. The ongoing and interactive relationship between the industry’s cycle of safety planning and performance reporting is essential to this goal.
This Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) Annual Safety Performance Report (ASPR) presents our railway’s safety trends for 2005, and is the first to be produced exclusively by RSSB. It reviews the performance levels achieved during the year across a number of key topics, and considers how safety issues are being addressed by our industry."
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