You will require this registration if you intend to become a rail infrastructure manager of a private siding.
A siding is a portion of railway track that branches away from the main rail infrastructure. A private siding is defined as a siding that is owned, controlled or managed by a person other than the person who manages the adjoining rail infrastructure. Private sidings do not include:
- marshalling yards
- crossing loops
- passenger or freight terminals
- sidings under the management of an accredited rail infrastructure manager
- any siding designated as a non-private siding by the national regulations.
Rail infrastructure managers require registration in order to demonstrate their capacity to manage risks associated with private sidings.
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