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BS ISO 22888:2020 Railway applications. Concepts and basic requirements for the planning of railway operation in the event of earthquakes

BS ISO 22888:2020

Railway applications. Concepts and basic requirements for the planning of railway operation in the event of earthquakes

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Standard number:BS ISO 22888:2020
Pages:24
Released:2020-05-05
ISBN:978 0 580 51030 4
Status:Standard
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BS ISO 22888:2020


This standard BS ISO 22888:2020 Railway applications. Concepts and basic requirements for the planning of railway operation in the event of earthquakes is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 03.220.30 Transport by rail
  • 45.020 Railway engineering in general

This document specifies the concepts and basic requirements for the planning of railway operation in order to reduce risk in the event of earthquakes. This excludes regions where the consequences of seismic hazard for railway operation are low or non-existent. The definition of such regions is out of the scope of this document.

NOTE

The stages defined for consideration of the countermeasures necessary for the safe management of the seismic hazards can also be relevant for dealing with other natural phenomena.

This document includes only operational measures and excludes any infrastructure measures. Furthermore, this document does not include specific measures which ensure, without fail, passenger safety or which provide protection against railway-operational damage caused by earthquakes. Therefore, residual risk can remain.