Transport accident investigation branches: roles and relationship with DfT
Work protocols for the transport accident investigation branches including their roles and relationship with the Department for Transport.
Protocol: the role of air, marine and rail accident investigation branches and their relationship with the Department for Transport
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Protocol document stating the general aims, roles and relationship of transport accident investigation branches of the Department for Transport:
- Air Accidents Investigation Branch
- Marine Accident Investigation Branch
- Rail Accident Investigation Branch
The general aims of the transport accident investigation branches are to:
- improve the safety of their respective sectors
- prevent accidents and incidents
- undertake independent investigation of rail, maritime and air accidents
with the objectives of improving better practices and avoiding future accidents.