OAR 741-060-0074

(1) The SSOA has authority to conduct announced and unannounced inspections of an RTA at any time. An RTA must allow access to any SSOA inspector who presents valid identification.
(2) These inspections may include, but are not limited to, field inspections and observations along the alignment, on and around the RTA’s vehicles, infrastructure, at stations, platforms, rail yards, maintenance and other facilities. It may include review of activities, work practices, training, maintenance, safety and security records, rule compliance, and any other documents deemed by the SSOA to be relevant to the safety of the system.
(3) An inspector will complete an inspection report which will include information regarding whether defects or violations observed in the field necessitate the development of a corrective action plan. When completing the inspection report, the inspector will mark any boxes designating whether a corrective action plan is required or if, in the inspector’s opinion, a violation should result in a civil penalty.
(4) The completed inspection report will be provided to the RTA by the inspector within 24 hours of the inspection.
(5) The RTA receiving the inspection form marked as requiring a corrective action shall complete the form as directed and return to the inspector within 30 days of receipt. The corrective action plan must be developed in accordance with the process delineated in OAR 741-060-0072 (Corrective Action Plan (CAP) Requirements).
(6) If an inspector determines a violation requires the issuance of a civil penalty, that process will be handled as detailed in OAR 741-060-0105 (Civil Penalties).
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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