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Runaway Risk Briefing Note
Following the Tebay accident on 15 February 2004, and the subsequent ORR requirements for Network Rail to improve the arrangements for dealing with runaway risk, Network Rail and the Trade Unions agreed to work together on a workstream focussed on the potential risk of runaways by Rail Mounted Plant.
Network Rail and the Trade Unions discussed and agreed a formal hierarchy of controls that would eliminate or reduce the risks associated with runaways in possessions.
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