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Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIPart 240


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 240—QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§240.1
Purpose and scope.
§240.3
Application and responsibility for compliance.
§240.5
Preemptive effect and construction.
§240.7
Definitions.
§240.9
Waivers.
§240.11
Penalties and consequences for noncompliance.
§240.13
Information collection requirements.
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Subpart B—COMPONENT ELEMENTS OF THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS

§240.101
Certification program required.
§240.103
Approval of design of individual railroad programs by FRA.
§240.104
Criteria for determining whether movement of roadway maintenance equipment or a dual purpose vehicle requires a certified locomotive engineer.
§240.105
Criteria for selection of designated supervisors of locomotive engineers.
§240.107
Criteria for designation of classes of service.
§240.109
General criteria for eligibility based on prior safety conduct.
§240.111
Individual's duty to furnish data on prior safety conduct as motor vehicle operator.
§240.113
Individual's duty to furnish data on prior safety conduct as an employee of a different railroad.
§240.115
Criteria for consideration of prior safety conduct as a motor vehicle operator.
§240.117
Criteria for consideration of operating rules compliance data.
§240.119
Criteria for consideration of data on substance abuse disorders and alcohol/drug rules compliance.
§240.121
Criteria for vision and hearing acuity data.
§240.123
Criteria for initial and continuing education.
§240.125
Criteria for testing knowledge.
§240.127
Criteria for examining skill performance.
§240.129
Criteria for monitoring operational performance of certified engineers.
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Subpart C—IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS

§240.201
Implementation.
§240.203
Determinations required as a prerequisite to certification.
§240.205
Procedures for determining eligibility based on prior safety conduct.
§240.207
Procedures for making the determination on vision and hearing acuity.
§240.209
Procedures for making the determination on knowledge.
§240.211
Procedures for making the determination on performance skills.
§240.213
Procedures for making the determination on completion of training program.
§240.215
Retaining information supporting determinations.
§240.217
Time limitations for making determinations.
§240.219
Denial of certification.
§240.221
Identification of qualified persons.
§240.223
Criteria for the certificate.
§240.225
Reliance on qualification determinations made by other railroads.
§240.227
Reliance on qualification requirements of other countries.
§240.229
Requirements for joint operations territory.
§240.231
Requirements for locomotive engineers unfamiliar with physical characteristics in other than joint operations.
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Subpart D—ADMINISTRATION OF THE CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

§240.301
Replacement of certificates.
§240.303
Operational monitoring requirements.
§240.305
Prohibited conduct.
§240.307
Revocation of certification.
§240.309
Railroad oversight responsibilities.
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Subpart E—DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURES

§240.401
Review board established.
§240.403
Petition requirements.
§240.405
Processing qualification review petitions.
§240.407
Request for a hearing.
§240.409
Hearings.
§240.411
Appeals.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 240—Schedule of Civil Penalties
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 240—Procedures for Submission and Approval of Locomotive Engineer Qualification Programs
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 240—Procedures for Obtaining and Evaluating Motor Vehicle Driving Record Data
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 240—Identification of State Agencies That Perform National Driver Register Checks
Appendix
Appendix E to Part 240—Recommended Procedures for Conducting Skill Performance Tests
Appendix
Appendix F to Part 240—Medical Standards Guidelines


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