Free Webinar: Capture your Safety Critical Components! Improve your barriers!
ERA: Josef Doppelbauer, Nathalie Duquenne, Jean-Marie Dechamps | Trenitalia: Giuseppe Ragusa | TPER: Leonardo Cozza | Alstom: Raymond Groves
In 2016, the 4th railway package introduced the concept of safety critical components (SCCs). In 2019, the TSI Loc&Pas and TSI Wag defined SCCs as components that, if a single failure were to occur, could potentially lead directly to a serious accident. These definitions also contain requirements in sections related to maintenance and operational documentation. Additionally, the ECM Regulation (EU) 2019/779 mandates the management of SCCs for all vehicles by the ECM.
To ensure the safety of the railway system, it is essential for vehicle designers and manufacturers to identify the SCCs for new vehicles through risk assessment techniques and operational and maintenance requirements. After this analysis, they provide relevant documentation to RUs and ECMs to enable them to adopt appropriate control measures for maintenance and operations.
On the other hand, ECMs are responsible for notifying potential new SCCs to vehicle manufacturers when discovered, both for new and existing vehicles during maintenance monitoring.
In order to exchange your views, culture, and feelings regarding the identification and management of SCCs and proactive safety measures, you should participate in the upcoming webinar.
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