W. Va. Code R. § 225-1-6 - Division safety review; inspections

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

6.1. The Division will conduct a comprehensive onsite safety review at each agency as specified by the FTA.
6.2. The review will assess the efficacy of the agency's system safety program plan in its entirety.
6.3. The Division will issue its findings from the onsite safety review in a written report, which will include a determination of whether the transit agency will be required to update its system safety program plan.
6.4. The Division may conduct inspections of all aspects of an agency's facilities and operations including infrastructure, documentation, electronic data and personnel. The division shall prepare a report of any investigation it conducts and provide it to the agency. The report shall include a discussion the agency's facilities and operations that are in compliance with the state and federal law, rules and regulations as well as a discussion of the agency's deficiencies and a time frame for correcting such deficiencies.
6.5. Neither the Division's inspection report, nor any inspection report that may be prepared by its contractor, shall be admitted into evidence or used in a civil action for damages resulting from a matter mentioned in either of the reports.
6.6. The Division may use a contractor to conduct safety reviews, inspections and to prepare safety review findings and inspection reports.


W. Va. Code R. § 225-1-6

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