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 Performance Indices of the Safety Department

1. Generation of exceptional reports from data loggers and counselling of SMs for setting of points against the blocked line.

2. Provision of stickers on the panel to remind SMs regarding setting of points against the blocked line as per GR 3.38 at all stations.

3. Regular Monthly Intensive Footplate & other Inspections / counselling of staff by Officers and Supervisors of HQ and Divisions.

4. Inspection of Running Rooms and Lobbies regarding facilities and Breathalyser tests while Signing ‘ON’ & ‘OFF’ and also enroute.

5. Awareness campaigns are organised periodically at RTO offices and village Panchayats nearby U/M LC gates.

6. Safety Pamphlets and Safety Stickers are distributed at U/M LC gates and nearby villages  for educating Road Users about precautions to be observed while crossing U/M LCs.

7. Provision of Subways/RUB have been planned at 36 U/M LCs by 31.03.2017.

8. Manning of 100 U/M LCs have been targeted to be completed by 31.03.2017.

9. Lesson introduced in the curriculum of 7th & 10th std in Karnataka state during the year 2013-14.

10. Talk show in AIR/Dharwad on Safety at U/M LCs on two occasions, which has been broadcasted by all the stations in Karnataka.

11. Curtains in the Gangway have been removed from AC III Tier coaches.

12. Prevention of loading inflammable materials and two wheelers with petrol.

13. Switch off the Mobile charging points between 23.00 hrs to 05.00 hrs.

      Note: Accident case details are available inwww.safety.indianrail.gov.in.

Target/Achievement of last 5 Years Consequential Train Accidents in SWR for the

last five years.

 

Divisions

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

UBL

01

03

02

05

01

SBC

02

02

01

04

06

MYS

04

01

02

02

01

Total

07

05

05

11

08

COMPARATIVE FIGURES OF CONSEQUENTIAL TRAIN ACCIDENTS

REPORTED TO RB FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS 2013-14, 2014-15 AND 2015-16

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

1

Total No. of accidents

a)Collision

-

-

b) Derailments

At stations

01

02

02

Mid section

-

04

04

c) Manned LC

-

-

01

d) Unmanned LC

02

05

01

e) Fire

01

-

f) Miscellaneous

01

-

g) Indicative

-

-

2

Total No. of passenger train accidents

a)Collision

-

-

b) Derailments

-

-

At stations

-

01

02

Mid section

-

02

04

c) Manned LC

-

-

01

d) Unmanned LC

02

05

01

e) Fire

01

-

f) Miscellaneous

-

-

g) Indicative

-

-

 

Comparative Statement of Train Accidents (Reported to Zonal Railway) in SWR for the last five years.

Division

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

UBL

15

05

05

11

06

SBC

04

07

04

10

07

MYS

07

05

07

06

06

Total

26

17

16

27

19



 









 

 

COMPARATIVE FIGURES OF TRAIN ACCIDENTS REPORTED TO ZONAL RAILWAY FOR THE LAST

3 YEARS 2013-14, 2014-15 AND 2015-16

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

1

Total No. of accidents

a)Collision

02

01

b) Derailments

At stations

05

10

12

Mid section

01

05

05

c) Manned LC

-

-

d) Unmanned LC

03

05

e) Fire

-

01

f) Miscellaneous

02

01

01

g) Indicative

03

04

01

2

Total No. of passenger train accidents

a)Collision

02

-

b) Derailments

At stations

01

04

Mid section

-

-

c) Manned LC

-

-

d) Unmanned LC

03

05

e) Fire

-

-

f) Miscellaneous

-

01

g) Indicative

03

02

 




Source : South Western Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 26-10-2016  


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