• IEC 62267:2009

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    Railway applications - Automated urban guided transport (AUGT) - Safety requirements

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    Language(s):  English - French, Spanish, Castilian

    Published date:  09-07-2009

    Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Committee

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    FOREWORD
    INTRODUCTION
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations
       3.1 Terms and definitions
       3.2 Abbreviations
    4 Methodology
       4.1 System definition and application conditions
       4.2 Hazard analysis at top system level
       4.3 Safety requirements
    5 System description
       5.1 Station
       5.2 Train
       5.3 Guideway between stations
       5.4 System boundaries
    6 Entities to be protected
       6.1 Persons
            6.1.1 Passengers
            6.1.2 Staff
            6.1.3 External emergency services
            6.1.4 Public
       6.2 Property
    7 Identified hazardous situations and possible safeguards
       7.1 Supervising guideway
            7.1.1 Prevent collisions with obstacles
            7.1.2 Prevent collisions with persons
       7.2 Supervising passenger transfer
            7.2.1 Control passenger doors
            7.2.2 Prevent injuries to persons between cars or
                   between platform and train
            7.2.3 Ensure safe starting conditions
       7.3 Operating a train
            7.3.1 Put in or take out of operation
            7.3.2 Supervise the status of the train
       7.4 Ensuring detection and management of emergency
            situations
    8 Safety requirements
       8.1 General requirements
            8.1.1 Public works regulations to protect the
                   guideway
            8.1.2 Fire protection
            8.1.3 Systems and equipment
            8.1.4 Rules for passenger behaviour
       8.2 Monitoring the AUGT system
            8.2.1 Monitoring by the OCC staff
            8.2.2 Action of operational staff
            8.2.3 Communication systems
       8.3 Operational rules
            8.3.1 Rules for rescue of passengers
            8.3.2 Rules for fire emergency
            8.3.3 Rules for foreseeable vandalism
            8.3.4 Rules for checking guideway clearance
            8.3.5 Rules for start-up and shut down of operations
            8.3.6 Rules for train operations in the depot
            8.3.7 Rules for trains to be put in or taken out of
                   operation
            8.3.8 Rules for stranded train removal
       8.4 Safeguards on platforms
            8.4.1 Common safeguards for enclosed and open
                   platforms
            8.4.2 Enclosed platforms
            8.4.3 Open platforms with detection systems
       8.5 Safeguards in trains
            8.5.1 Door closed supervision
            8.5.2 Door release for passenger transfer
            8.5.3 Door release for emergency opening
            8.5.4 Emergency exits
            8.5.5 On board obstacle detection device
            8.5.6 Derailment detection device
            8.5.7 On board video surveillance
            8.5.8 Public address system (train)
            8.5.9 On board announcement for taking a train out
                   of operation
            8.5.10 Emergency stop demand on board
            8.5.11 Emergency call device on board
            8.5.12 Fire and smoke detection (train)
            8.5.13 Train status supervision and testing
            8.5.14 Manual operation
            8.5.15 Safe speed during automatic coupling
            8.5.16 Reaction to unexpected train movement
            8.5.17 Warning means in the train for evacuation
       8.6 Safeguards for passenger transfer area
            8.6.1 Train immobilisation during passenger transfer
            8.6.2 Safeguards related to the opening of the doors
            8.6.3 Safeguards related to the closing of the doors
            8.6.4 Marking of train door areas on the platform
            8.6.5 Surveillance by operational staff
            8.6.6 Safeguards related to gap between train and
                   platform
            8.6.7 Safeguards related to coupling area between cars
            8.6.8 Safeguards related to space between train and
                   platform screen
            8.6.9 Safeguards to protect passengers from
                    electrocution after falling into the
                    gap
       8.7 Safeguards for guideway
            8.7.1 Segregated guideway
            8.7.2 Warning means along the guideway
            8.7.3 Physical barriers along the track
            8.7.4 Physical barriers beside bridges
            8.7.5 Intrusion detection device between platform
                    track and guideway between stations
            8.7.6 Guideway intrusion detection device
            8.7.7 Wayside obstacle detection device
            8.7.8 Platform end door with controlled access
            8.7.9 Emergency exit from physically segregated
                   guideway
            8.7.10 Fire and smoke detection (guideway between
                   stations)
            8.7.11 Water flooding protection
            8.7.12 Level crossing
            8.7.13 Work zones
       8.8 Safeguards for transfer areas and depots
    9 Information for use
    10 Specific safety requirements for upgrading existing lines
       to DTO or UTO
    11 Verification of safety
       11.1 Documentation and responsibilities
       11.2 Verification process
    Annex A (informative) Role of the OCC
    Bibliography

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    IEC 62267:2009 covers high-level safety requirements applicable to automated urban guided transport systems, with driverless or unattended self-propelled trains, operating on an exclusive guideway. Deals with the safety requirements needed to compensate for the absence of a driver or attendant staff who would otherwise be responsible for some or all of train operation functions, depending on the level of automation of the system.

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    Committee TC 9
    Development Note Supersedes IEC PAS 62267. (07/2009) Stability Date: 2024. (11/2017)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher International Electrotechnical Committee
    Status Current
    Supersedes

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS PD IEC TR 62267-2 : 2011 RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - AUTOMATED URBAN GUIDED TRANSPORT (AUGT) - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS - PART 2: HAZARD ANALYSIS AT TOP SYSTEM LEVEL
    IEC TR 62267-2:2011 Railway applications - Automated urban guided transport (AUGT) - Safety requirements - Part 2: Hazard analysis at top system level

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    IEC 62425:2007 Railway applications - Communication, signalling and processing systems - Safety related electronic systems for signalling
    IEC 62279:2015 Railway applications - Communication, signalling and processing systems - Software for railway control and protection systems
    IEC 62128-1:2013 Railway applications - Fixed installations - Electrical safety, earthing and the return circuit - Part 1: Protective provisions against electric shock
    IEC 62290-1:2014 Railway applications - Urban guided transport management and command/control systems - Part 1: System principles and fundamental concepts
    EN 50238 : 2003 COR 2014 RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN ROLLING STOCK AND TRAIN DETECTION SYSTEMS
    ASCE T&DI 21.4 : 2008 AUTOMATED PEOPLE MOVER STANDARDS - PART 4
    IEC 62278:2002 Railway applications - Specification and demonstration of reliability, availability, maintainability and safety (RAMS)
    EN 50129 : 2003 COR 2010 RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - COMMUNICATION, SIGNALLING AND PROCESSING SYSTEMS - SAFETY RELATED ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS FOR SIGNALLING
    ASCE 21 05 : 2006 AUTOMATED PEOPLE MOVER STANDARDS - PART 1
    ASCE T&DI 21.3 : 2008 AUTOMATED PEOPLE MOVER STANDARDS - PART 3
    ASCE T&DI 21.2 : 2008 AUTOMATED PEOPLE MOVER STANDARDS - PART 2
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