TTHS en VWOS vervallen

e-learning programma ‘Veiligheid en Toegang Op het Spoor’ beschikbaar

Per 1 april 2016 zijn de programma’s Toegang Tot Het Spoor (TTHS) en Veilig Werken Op Het Spoor (VWOS) niet meer beschikbaar.

Het nieuwe programma Veiligheid en Toegang Op het Spoor (VTOS) gaat niet alleen over de huisregels van ProRail, maar ook over de veiligheidsregels. Klik op en volg het programma ter voorbereiding op de toets VTOS van stichting railAlert.

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Your presence on ProRail grounds requires you to be alert.

Specific risks that you may encounter include: being hit or electrocuted, tripping and stumbling.

Make sure that your emergency escape route can be accessed at every moment.
This video will show you how to keep risks to a minimum.

Study these facts carefully. Click on the image(s) for a summary in pictures.

  • Safety starts with your own behaviour. You are responsible for your own safety and the safety of anyone present who is under your command. Do not enter the danger zone.
  • You may only enter the danger zone with the permission of the person who is in charge of your safety and if you use additional safety measures.
  • The circumference of the danger zone depends on the maximum speed applicable to that section of the tracks. The suction pressure and pressure wave are variable.
  • Keep emergency escape routes and lines of vision free of materials, vehicles and obstacles at all times.
  • Danger of collision, tripping and stumbling:
    Do not walk across cable ducts or loose tiles and report pot-holes to the OBI.
  • Risk of being electrocuted:
    Never touch loose cables; these can be live.
  • Emergency escape routes:
    Report blocked emergency escape routes.
  • Crossing:
    Cross the tracks only on level crossings (for cars, bicycles or pedestrians).
    If you see a blinking automatic warning device (WIDO), wait. A train may come;
    A continuously lit WIDO means that you can safely cross.
    Report any WIDOs that are not lit to the OBI. This is an unusual situation.
  • Prohibited on ProRail grounds:
    possession and/or use of alcoholic drinks, including low alcohol and/or alcohol-free drinks;
    possession and/or use of soft and/or hard drugs;
    possession and/or use of response inhibiting medication;
    overnight parking of vehicles and/or means of transportation.

Question 1 of 6

This WIDO is lit without interruption. What should you do?