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Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIPart 225


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 225—RAILROAD ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS: REPORTS CLASSIFICATION, AND INVESTIGATIONS

rule
§225.1
Purpose.
§225.3
Applicability.
§225.5
Definitions.
§225.6
Consolidated reporting.
§225.7
Public examination and use of reports.
§225.9
Telephonic reports of certain accidents/incidents and other events.
§225.11
Reporting of accidents/incidents.
§225.12
Rail Equipment Accident/Incident Reports alleging employee human factor as cause; Employee Human Factor Attachment; notice to employee; employee supplement.
§225.13
Late reports.
§225.15
Accidents/incidents not to be reported.
§225.17
Doubtful cases; alcohol or drug involvement.
§225.18
Alcohol or drug involvement.
§225.19
Primary groups of accidents/incidents.
§225.21
Forms.
§225.23
Joint operations.
§225.25
Recordkeeping.
§225.27
Retention of records.
§225.29
Penalties.
§225.31
Investigations.
§225.33
Internal Control Plans.
§225.35
Access to records and reports.
§225.37
Optical media transfer and electronic submission.
§225.39
FRA policy on covered data.
§225.41
Suicide data.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 225—Schedule of Civil Penalties
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 225—Procedure for Determining Reporting Threshold


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