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Risk assessment
This family of measures includes a number of different ways in which an organisation or the railway industry identifies risks in normal or special circumstances. This is an underpinning measure which supports decision-making and targeting of other measures. It is considered an organisational (...)
Learning from best practice
This family of measures includes different ways in which a railway organisation or decision-maker can improve their knowledge and skills regarding suicide and trespassing prevention. This is an underpinning measure which supports decision-making and targeting of other measures. It can also (...)
Collaboration between organisations
This family of measures includes national partnerships as well as local ones (e.g. linked to a specific route or geographical area) to produce better joint working between a range of organisations and agencies. These measures underpin or support the implementation of many other measures. The (...)
Patrols and enforcement
This family of measures consists of visible surveillance performed by special security patrols to deter access to high risk areas, to enforce the law and to intervene when potential incidents are identified. It is considered a dissuasive family because it is aimed to detect and discourage (...)
Fences at stations
This family of measures consists of access restriction or limitation by fences and other physical barriers at specific parts of stations to prevent unauthorised access to the rails. It is considered a physical family because it physically influences the accessibility and potential collision, (...)
Fences outside stations
This family of measures consists of access restriction or limitation by fences and other physical barriers at high risk locations outside stations (i.e. hotspots) to prevent unauthorised access to the rails. It is considered a physical family because it physically influences the accessibility (...)
Detection and surveillance systems
This family of measures consists of technologies aimed to influence the person at risk and to facilitate the surveillance process. It is considered a technological family because it is aimed to detect and discourage risky and illegal behaviours through various technologies. Measures in this (...)
Campaigns to raise awareness
This family consists of campaign measures which can be defined as any purposeful attempts to inform, persuade and motivate a targeted subgroup of the population to change its attitudes and/or their behaviours to improve rail safety, using organised communications, involving specific media (...)
Mass media campaigns
This family consists of campaign measures which can be defined as any purposeful attempts to inform, persuade and motivate a targeted subgroup of the population to change its attitudes and/or their behaviours to improve rail safety, using organised communications, involving specific media (...)
Posters and warning signs
This family of measures consists of installation of posters and warning signs to address trespassing. The specific measures in this family are actions which can be taken is isolation or in the context of a wider campaign to raise awareness. It is considered an educational family because it (...)
Prohibitive signs
This family of measures consists of installation of prohibition signs to address trespassing. Prohibitive signs tell to potential trespassers that their behaviour is illegal, forbidden and punishable. It is considered a public awareness and educational family because it instructs people about (...)
Education in and outside schools
This family consists of educative measures for pupils and adult people. The common goal of all these measures is to prevent the intrusion by children due to their ignorance of the danger of being on the tracks and to alert adults with a higher probability of exposure about the danger of the (...)
Training to prevent trespass
This family consists of preventative training programs for different categories of the railway staff. The goal is to help railway staff prevent trespassing problems by rising awareness with respect to this issue and preparing them to cope with a possible trespassing incident. It is considered (...)