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All RAIB Reports 24/11/2018 at 14:58 #113499
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190 The accident at Waterloo and the Cardiff East Junction incident resulted from
people taking actions which were inconsistent with the processes in which they
had been assessed as competent. Had these processes been followed, the
events would have been prevented. The RAIB found no evidence that the staff
and organisations involved at Waterloo and Cardiff lacked a commitment to
safety. In this respect, the RAIB’s findings at Waterloo and Cardiff have much in
common with this extract from the Hidden report [i.e. the Clapham Junction accident] chapter 17 ‘Where things went
wrong – The Lessons to be learned’: [...]

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All RAIB Reports 25/11/2018 at 01:30 #113531
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Agree it was an interesting comment - rarely does RAIB conjecture like this... how can you base this conclusion in fact?

But fair play to them - with the recent signalling events in their investigation list maybe they feel there’s a point to be made... another signalling case might trigger one of their class investigations.

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All RAIB Reports 25/11/2018 at 14:10 #113536
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I don't think it's conjecture. There were distinct similarities, at least behaviourally, between both these cases and Clapham, and both resulted in the safety systems becoming ineffective. Yet all 3 were carried out by people and organisations who were absolutely committed to safety. RAIB's point is that the corporate memory is disappearing as the Clapham generation reaches retiring age, and something needs to be done about that. (They're not alone in that conclusion; Roger Ford effectively said the same in his analysis of RAIB's interim report.)
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All RAIB Reports 02/05/2019 at 21:59 #118031
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---published yesterday---

RAIB has today released its report into a train dispatch accident at Elstree & Borehamwood station, 7 September 2018.

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All RAIB Reports 15/12/2020 at 09:46 #134755
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RAIB have released their report into the Near miss between a passenger train and cars at Norwich Road level crossing, New Rackheath, Norfolk, 24 November 2019

After 'Monday' and 'Tuesday' even the calendar says 'WTF'
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All RAIB Reports 04/03/2021 at 18:57 #137612
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Bit late, but RAIB released a report into a person struck by a train after falling off the platform edge at Eden Park station.

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All RAIB Reports 20/03/2021 at 17:05 #138003
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Safety Digest about runaway during unloading from a road trailer, 10 December 2020 at Dereham.

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All RAIB Reports 04/07/2021 at 13:20 #140326
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Also a bit late on both of these -

RAIB Incident Report - Freight train derailment at Eastleigh

RAIB Incident Report - Track worker struck by train near Roade

Last edited: 04/07/2021 at 13:21 by rfw
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All RAIB Reports 10/03/2022 at 00:20 #145665
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RAIB synopsis and report published into the derailment of a ScotRail HST at Carmont, Aberdeenshire, on 12th August 2020:

Synopsis (also included at the start of the actual report):
(4.06 MB .PDF - 36 pages)

Report (starts on page 35, after the included synopsis):
(14.5 MB .PDF - 298 pages)

Report (high resolution) (starts on page 35, after the included synopsis):
(42.1 MB .PDF - 298 pages)

Overview video:
(4 minutes 21 seconds)

Washout visualisation:
(2 minutes 55 seconds)

Keeping my current profile picture up until RAIB complete and release their investigation report. #RestInPeace #RIP #RailwayFamily
Last edited: 10/03/2022 at 16:20 by UKTrainMan
Reason: updated Washout Visualisation link (replacement video)

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All RAIB Reports 11/05/2022 at 15:21 #146450
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Update from the RAIB on the overspeed at Peterborough of Sunuday 17th April. Triple the speed limit though...


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