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PTE005 - Berrima - Boral Inspection Form

OK = Asset Condition Safe for Trains
D = Defect - Itemise lower on the form and Categorise from 1-5
Asset to be inspected
Scrape / Clean ALL Chair Plates
Use blower to clean and remove all debris
Rocol Chair Plates
INOX Claw Lock
Ensure Cribs for Linkage Rods not fouling
Operate Points and ensure free / switches closing
General Condition
Berrima Junction
Turnout 1 - 143.184
NIL
Turnout 8 - 143.770
NIL
Berrima Cement Works
Turnout 10 - 147.233
Turnout 11 - 147.340
Turnout 16 - 147.694
NIL
Turnout 17 - 147.711
NIL

CONTROLS – Communicate the existence of the defect to all train crew and staff who work in the vicinity of the defect. Any Train movements over the defective track must be visually supervised by a pilot, who shall be on the ground and responsible for the movement of the train. The train must not travel in excess of 10km/h. Consider stopping all trains until defect is repaired
ACTION – The defect is to be listed for repair as soon as possible. The defect is to be listed for re-inspection on every subsequent patrol inspection until the defect is removed and “On Condition” inspections may be required.

CONTROLS – Communicate the existence of the defect to all train crew and staff who work in the vicinity of the defect. The defect is to be added to the maintenance program or to the asset renewals program contained in the Asset Maintenance Plan.
ACTION – The defect is to be listed for re-inspection every week (+/-) 1 day until removed. Removal should be arranged as a matter of priority.

CONTROLS – The defect is to be added to the maintenance program

ACTION – The defect is to be listed for re-inspection every 4 weeks (+/-) 1 week until removed. Removal should be arranged as a matter of priority.

CONTROLS – The defect is to be added to the maintenance program

ACTION – The defect is to be listed for re-inspection every 12 weeks (+/-) 4 weeks until removed. Removal should be arranged as a matter of priority.

CONTROLS – The defect is to be added to the maintenance program

ACTION – The defect is to be listed for re-inspection every 52 weeks (+/-) 12 weeks until removed. Removal should be arranged as a matter of priority.

Identify New Defects Below
NOTE: Any Priority 1 or 2 Defects must be reported to BORAL ASAP

Km From
Km To
Priority
Defect and comments
Work Order

I certify that tracks described above were inspected by me on the date shown and meet the minimum standards except as noted and subject to priority 1 and 2 Defects being carried out, are expected to continue to meet the Minimum Standards until the next inspection is due.

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