The importance of safety cannot be overstated and requires continued shifts in the approach to safety management within the public transportation industry.
The TRB Transit Cooperative Research Program's TCRP Research Report 218: Characteristics and Elements of Nonpunitive Employee Safety Reporting Systems for Public Transportation compiles the best practices used in nonpunitive employee safety reporting systems at transit agencies.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||11-15|
|Chapter 2 - Literature Review and Background Research||16-36|
|Chapter 3 - Public Transportation Agency Case Studies||37-43|
|Chapter 4 - Characteristics and Elements of an Effective Employee Safety Reporting System||44-63|
|Chapter 5 - Conclusions and Recommendations for Additional Research||64-72|
|Appendix A - Case Study Narratives||79-164|
|Appendix B - Interview Script||165-168|
|Appendix C - Example Confidential Close Call Reporting System and Bureau of Transportation Statistics Safety Reporting Memorandums of Underst||169-250|
|Appendix D - Example Policies and Procedures||251-268|
|Appendix E - Acronyms||269-272|
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