DEFINING AND ASSESSING THE LEVEL OF RAILWAY TRAFFIC SECURITY

Radisav Vukadinović, Zoran Čekerevac

Abstract


The paper defines and shows a model of interpreting casualty occurrence as a factor of operational safety and risk of the rail traffic. A special emphasis is put on assessing the level of rail traffic safety on the example of the Serbian Railways. The paper may be useful for all those who deal with the tasks of rail traffic safety.


Keywords


railways; incident; security

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