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Railroad workers have been fighting fatigue in the rail industry for decades but the problem persists.
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295 Meetings
The next meeting of Division 295 will be held on Feb. 14th at 11:00.

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New Canadian Rail Operating Rules (CROR)
Source: Railway Association of Canada

On February 26, 2008 the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities approved the new CROR, submitted by the RAC on behalf of the industry. This new document will provide for a more modern, meaningful and readily understandable operating rule book. The new rule book will also facilitate the introduction and use of new and improved technologies for safe railway operations. It will also serve to remove redundant rules and practices contained in the old CROR.

The new CROR was approved on February 26 but will not take effect until May 28, 2008; this will allow industry time to train all of their effected employees.
bullet TC O-093: Canadian Railway Operating Rules (CROR)
(Effective May 28, 2008)
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