1 Establish rail regulatory requirements Legislation applicable to organisational railway operations is confirmed

Unit Sector

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Elements and Performance Criteria

Elements describe the essential outcomes.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.

1 

Establish rail regulatory requirements 

1.1

Legislation applicable to organisational railway operations is confirmed

1.2

Issues relating to rail safety regulation are determined in accordance with legislation, and the impact of these issues on railway operations and management, rail safety and systems interfaces is identified

2 

Maintain currency in regulatory requirements 

2.1

Changes in safety regulation are monitored and the implications of these changes for rail industry operations and technology are identified

2.2

Changes in rail safety regulatory requirements are monitored and available information, training and awareness sessions are accessed to maintain knowledge and skill base

2.3

Regular contact and information exchange with appropriate personnel within the railway organisation are undertaken to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements

3 

Apply knowledge of rail regulatory requirements 

3.1

Rail safety operating principles are identified and confirmed

3.2

Applicable current national and international standards, codes and local rules are identified and the relevance of these rules to rail safety regulation is confirmed

3.3

Accreditation requirements and/or conditions applicable to organisational railway operations are identified

3.4

Requirements of rail industry standards applicable to organisational railway operations are identified in the context of safety management systems and risk management

3.5

Implications of using particular rail industry standards for rail safety compliance are explained as required, in accordance with organisational needs

4 

Identify principles underpinning rail safety regulation 

4.1

Role, function and purpose of co-regulation in the rail industry are identified and explained

4.2

Role, function and purpose of an organisational safety management system and accreditation in the context of legislation and guidelines are identified

4.3

Functions and obligations of duty holders and their general duties in the context of rail safety legislation are identified

5 

Establish and maintain rail regulatory relationships 

5.1

Appropriate regulatory channels are identified and lines of communication are established and maintained

5.2

Interests and requirements of the organisation are represented and promoted

5.3

Feedback is exchanged and used to improve regulatory outcomes


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