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The Regulations place a duty on railway industry bodies (infrastructure managers, railway operators, or maintainers), involved in an accident or incident, to notify us.
About the AICC
1. About us The Accident Investigation Chiefs’ Council (AICC) was formed…
1. Introduction 1. This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is established…
1. Annex A Roles and responsibilities 1.1 The Crown Prosecution Service.…
1. Annex B - Accident Investigation Branches (AIBs) limitations on…
1. Annex C Testing of evidence C1. To establish the cause of an accident,…
1. Purpose The purpose of the Accident Investigation Chiefs’ Council…
An explanation of the roles and responsibilities of different organisations involved in the management of the UK's railways.
The safety of the UK’s railway industry is heavily reliant on the quality…
Dyluniwyd y daflen hon ar gyfer pobl nad ydynt yn gyfarwydd â RAIB
RAIB N3 guide to what accidents and incidents should be notified to us
Outlines aims and roles of the transport accident investigation branches and their relationship with the Department for Transport (DfT).
Information for family members following the death of someone in a railway accident.
Dyluniwyd y daflen hon ar gyfer pobl y gall RAIB fod wedi gofyn iddynt fynychu cyfweliad
This leaflet is designed for people who may come into contact with Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) Accredited Agents.
This leaflet explains how the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) is involved in investigating the cause of fatal railway accidents in the United Kingdom.
This leaflet is designed for people who are unfamiliar with the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB).
Cette brochure est destinée aux personnes qui ne sont pas familières avec le RAIB.
This leaflet is designed for people who may have been requested by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) to attend an interview.
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