The regulations under which the Railway Accident and Investigation Branch (RAIB) conducts accident investigations.
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"A railway industry body whose property or staff have been involved in an accident or incident...on a railway or on railway property...shall notify the Branch of its occurrence immediately it learns of the occurrence and by the quickest means available."
10th August 1840
Regulation of Railways Act
31st March 1841
Letter from George Stephenson to Henry Labouchere
28th February 1997
Railway Safety (Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 1997
20th July 2005
The Railways (Accident Investigation and Reporting) Regulations 2005
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