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Railway Safety Bill, 2001: Order for Second Stage.

Thursday, 17 October 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 555 No. 4

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Bill entitled an Act to make provision for the establishment of a body to be known as the Railway Safety Commission, or in the Irish language, An Coimisiún Sábháilteachta Iarnróid, to define its functions, to provide for the establishment of a body to be known as the Railway Safety Advisory Council, or in the Irish language, An Chomhairle Sábháilteachta Iarnróid, to define its functions, to provide for the general duties of railway undertakings and persons working on railways and other persons, to provide for measures to prevent persons from working on railways who are unfit to carry out that work through alcohol or drugs, to provide for matters relating to carrying out works on public roads in the vicinity of railways, to repeal certain provisions of the Regulation of Railways Acts, 1840 to 1893, and other enactments relating to railways, and to provide for related matters.

Minister for Transport (Mr. Brennan): Information on Seamus Brennan Zoom on Seamus Brennan I move: “That Second Stage be taken now.”

Question put and agreed to.[1082]


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