The National Railway Safety Act requires interface agreements between road and rail infrastructure managers to identify safety risks at level crossings and to define measures to manage those risks. 1.1 Regulatory and organisational requirements for the establishment of railway safety interface agreements and their ongoing monitoring shall be identified and consulted by the Australian Broadcasting, Internet, Radio Communications and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority www.acma.gov.au access to buildings for the installation of telecommunications equipment Australian communications 1.2 Types of interfaces for which agreements are are concluded and/or monitored must be identified and confirmed that they require an interface. Agreement compliant with regulatory and organizational requirements Bill – Pay Agreement/Disclosure Disclosure This is your bill-pay agreement with the United Bay Community Credit Union. You can use the United Bay Community Credit Union Bill Pay bill payment service to lead this unit This unit refers to the coordination of rail-rail interface agreements (operation of one rail operator or rail infrastructure manager with respect to the operation of another) and rail/road (roads crossing railways or crossing railways). 2 content background. 3 What is the purpose of the interface coordination provisions of the National Railway Safety Act 2012?. 3 What is an interface agreement?. 3 What is a rail or road junction?. 3 Who is obliged to conclude an interface contract?. 3 What happens if a party refuses to enter into an interface agreement?. 4 Purpose of the presentation interface agreement. 4 Scope of the template interface agreement. 4 The legal status of interface agreements.
4 Additional obligations under Part 3, Section 6, of the National Railway Safety Act supplement the Model Interface Agreement. 5, paragraph 3, scope of this Agreement. 5 § 4 Identification, assessment and management of risks. 5 § 5 Risk monitoring and verification. 7 § 7 Communications and meetings. 7§ 8 Dispute Resolution. 7 PAGE i Sanctions may be imposed on railway undertakings and road managers who fail to comply with their requirements at a rail or road crossing. 7 It may be appropriate to use a combination of controls to manage risk. Necessary new risk controls can be identified through the security risk identification and assessment process.
If these risk checks cannot be carried out immediately, a timetable for implementation should be agreed and recorded. § 5 Risk monitoring and verification If changes are identified through risk monitoring and verification, Annex 3 should be revised to reflect the changes made. In addition, railway undertakings should ensure that changes are reflected in their risk register and safety management system in the broad sense. . . .