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Rail Safety: Improved Human Capital Planning Could Address Emerging Safety Oversight Challenges
Susan Fleming (au)
Railroad accidents pose significant safety risks to railroads, their employees, passengers, and the public. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) oversees the safety of the nationńˇ╗s railroads. In light of three high profile accidents in 2012 involving fatalities or hazardous materials, this report reviewed FRAńˇ╗s oversight processes and the challenges to railroad safety. It examines (1) the overall framework that FRA, the states, and the railroads use to ensure rail safety; (2) the extent to which FRA and the railroads assess safety risks and allocate resources to address those risks; and (3) what challenges, if any, exist to FRAńˇ╗s current safety framework, and what emerging and ongoing issues FRA faces. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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