Safety and Risk Management
Added on - Nov 2019
This report is on "safety management system". This train accident occurred on the 5th of June in 2007 at 13:40 AEST in the Australian state of Victoria, which is about six kilometers north of the city of the Kerang in the state NorthWest, and 257 kilometers that are north-northwest of the city of Melbourne. Depending on the report the truck driver failed to did not have sufficient rest. Depending on the regulation in Victoria it involves a driver especially for a truck to obtain a 30-minute sleep after driving for specific five hours. For a better understanding of the report, you can also check the Train risk and safety management system.
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From the above report "safety management system", we conclude that it had been reported from the study that the truck driver utilized the vision correcting glasses that changed the effect of the glare. The position of the sun whenever the accident occurred designed that the side of the train that was dealing with the truck driver was shadowed. Because of this, the contrast between the trains in addition to their background is a bit more likely to have minimized and a lot less easy for one to detect. Based on the rail operators in Australia configure on the locomotive ditch lights to flash any time the locomotive warning horn is initialized to have the capability to help in improving the conspicuity of the locomotive. It was not with regards to this incident. Changes to a policy that resulted from the incident and how this was implemented.