• Enter date and time incident was declared

  • Enter time that you as (on-call) were notified

  • Enter time of arrival on site by on-call

  • Were BTP onsite on arival

  • Was the RIO (Rail Incident Officer) onsite on arrival

  • Enter name of RIO

  • Enter BTP ref number

  • Enter freetext of details of incident

  • Have BTP declared incident non suspicous

  • Was station evacuated

  • Who evacuated the station? Was it Police, RIO or Station Staff

  • Enter time station evacuated

  • Was station open for access to public

  • Enter headcode(s) of trains involved

  • Track involved

  • Platform(s) involved

  • Are any running lines open

  • Which running lines are open

  • Names of staff who witnessed actual incident happen

  • Names of staff on site at time of incident

  • Names of assisting managers / staff

  • Has initial chain of care been started

  • Has the 24hr & Part A been competed

  • Were Bramaer Howells required

  • Station re-opened at

  • Signed by

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