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NR/L2/RSE/02009

Engineering Management for Projects - This standard should only be used for reference to ensure 'The Control of Risk' until the compliance date of its replacement standard is reached, upon which this standard will be withdrawn. The development of all new processes and procedures should be to the replacement standard

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Organization: NR
Publication Date: 5 September 2015
Status: inactive
Page Count: 51
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Applicability

This standard applies to all projects and the organisations working on projects that change, renew, enhance or remove Network Rail infrastructure assets. It applies to all phases of a project as applicable under GRIP. All types of project are applicable including, but not limited to:

a) feasibility studies;

b) design;

c) construction;

d) testing and commissioning;

e) maintenance;

f) asset protection;

g) asset recovery;

h) de-commissioning and demolition;

i) projects which protect Network Rail's asset when a party other than Network Rail carries out work on, over or under Network Rail property;

j) projects carried out by an Alliance between Network Rail and another party / other parties (refer to Clause 5 for further information);

k) temporary works;

l) emergency works (once the immediate requirements to make the railway safe have been met.

NOTE 1: This issue of the standard is an interim measure pending the development and application of the future Integrated Engineering Lifecycle (IELC), Engineering Handbook and outcome of the Business Critical Rules review.

NOTE 2: The proposed Engineering Handbook and IELC will seek to absorb engineering management concepts and other lifecycle elements to provide an integrated systems approach with appropriate levels of management control.

Purpose

This issue primarily seeks to align Network Rail engineering practices with UK and EU legislative instruments specifically the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations and the Common Safety Methods for Risk Evaluation and Assessment.

This issue also seeks to develop the roles, responsibilities, accountabilities and competence of key engineering roles, many of which contribute the discharge of legal obligations under the specific legislative instruments.

 

intended Use:

 

The forms NR/L2/INI/02009/F0045, NR/L2/INI/02009/F0046 and NR/L2/INI/02009/F0047 have been amended to Issue 3

 

 

Issue date amended:... View More

Document History

March 6, 2021
Engineering Management for Projects (aka NR/L2/INI/02009)
This standard applies to the following key areas: a) key engineering roles including accountabilities and responsibilities; b) relationship and links to key standards and legislation; c)...
NR/L2/RSE/02009
September 5, 2015
Engineering Management for Projects - This standard should only be used for reference to ensure 'The Control of Risk' until the compliance date of its replacement standard is reached, upon which this standard will be withdrawn. The development of all new processes and procedures should be to the replacement standard
Applicability This standard applies to all projects and the organisations working on projects that change, renew, enhance or remove Network Rail infrastructure assets. It applies to all phases of a...
Engineering Management for Projects (aka NR/SP/BUS/02009)
This standard applies to all projects and the organisations working on those projects that change, renew, enhance or remove Network Rail infrastructure assets except for the circumstances defined...
December 5, 2009
Engineering Management for Projects (aka NR/SP/BUS/02009)
This standard applies to all projects and the organisations working on those projects that change, renew, enhance or remove Network Rail infrastructure assets except for the circumstances defined...
December 1, 2008
Engineering Management for Projects (aka NR/SP/BUS/02009)
The scope of this standard applies to all Infrastructure Investment projects that change or renew Network Rail assets. It applies whether the design for a project is undertaken by Network Rail staff...
October 1, 2001
Engineering Management for Projects (aka NR/SP/BUS/02009)
The scope of this Procedure applies to Projects to change or maintain Railtrack's assets, for which the technical standards are the responsibility of the respective Professional Heads of Signalling...

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