Demühderden EU Compliance Audit Book

The EU Compliance Audit Book by Demühder: The first indefinite publication of the Association of Railway Engineers, which provides the solidarity of the engineers working in the sector with the social, cultural and scientific activities, was started to be distributed last week by publishing the ı COMPLIANCE AUDITORS AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT FOR EUROPEAN UNION RAILWAY ENTERPRISES AND INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGERS Dem.

Book content:

LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF EUROPEAN UNION RAILWAY REGULATIONS
1.1. European Union Common Railroad Area
1.2. EU Railway Regulations: Current Status in Legal Framework
1.2.1. Liberalization in EU Railway Legislation
1.2.2. Safety Management in EU Railway Legislation
1.2.3. Mutual Operability in EU Railway Legislation
1.3. Foreword in EU Railway Legislation
1.4. Basic Organizational Units and Responsibilities
1.5. Mutual Operability and Authorization: Basic Concepts
1.5.1. Fundamental Principles of Mutual Operability Thought in the EU
1.5.2. 2008 / 57 / EC Interoperability Directive
1.5.3. Basic Components of the EU Railway System
1.5.3.1. Trans European Conventional Railway System
1.5.3.2. Trans European High Speed ​​Rail System
1.5.4. Structural and Functional Subsystems
1.5.5. TSIs and Basic Principles
1.5.6. Interoperability Components Subject to Special Certification
1.5.7. Existence of Existing Railway Lines and Vehicles by TSI
1.5.8. General Authorization Process
1.6. Changes expected in the regulatory framework in the near future
THE ROLE OF REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS IN EU RAILWAY SYSTEM
2.1. Voluntary and Mandatory Standards
2.2. Product Standards and Functional Requirements Standards
2.3. The Role of Technical Regulations
AUTHORIZATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION RAILWAY SYSTEM
3.1. Use Approval Process for a Product
3.2. Product Certification Process
3.3. Accreditation of Assessment Agencies and Test Laboratories
3.3.1. Accreditation of Evaluation Agencies
3.3.2. Accreditation of Test Laboratories
SAFETY MANAGEMENT IN EUROPEAN UNION RAILWAY SYSTEM
4.1. Safety Concept
4.2. Safety Management System Concept
4.3. EU Railroad Regulations: Legal Framework for Safety
4.4. Development of Safety Management Systems in Europe
4.5. Basic Concepts of Railway Safety Management Systems
4.5.1. Main Components of Railway Safety Management System
4.5.1.1. Safety Policy
4.5.1.2. Determination of Safety Targets
4.5.1.3. Safety Standards Processes
4.5.1.4. Safety Risk Management
4.5.1.5. Staff Qualification and Training
4.5.1.6. Contact
4.5.1.7. Documentation Management
4.5.1.8. Preparation of Emergency Action Plans
4.5.1.9. Determination of accident / incident research methods
4.5.1.10. Safety Management System Internal Audits
4.5.2. Basic Safety Documents.
4.5.2.1. Safety Certificates, Safety Authorizations and ECM Certificates.
4.5.2.2. Authorization of National Police Authorities in the Certification Process
4.5.3. Common Safety Indicators.
4.5.4. Monitoring and Supervision of Safety Management Systems
4.5.5 Occupational Safety and Health.

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