Confidential Close Call Reporting System - C3RS
A Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) sponsored voluntary confidential program allowing railroad carriers and their employees to report close calls. The program provides a safe environment for employees to report unsafe events and conditions. Employees receive protection from discipline and FRA enforcement. Railroads also receive protection from FRA enforcement for events reported within C3RS.
- NASA acts as Independent Third Party
- NASA accepts close call reports online or by mail
- Currently there are 9 participating carriers and 18 active Peer Review Teams (PRTs)
- Over 21,000 front line railroad employees are eligible to report safety incidents to C3RS
- PRTs are cross functional teams that evaluate de-identified reports and make recommendations for corrective actions
Ninth Annual C3RS User Group Workshop Held in Scranton, PA - June 18-20, 2019
The FRA hosted the Ninth Annual C3RS User Group Workshop in Scranton, PA this June at the Steamtown National Historic Site. Over 70 participants utilized the 2 day workshop to share best practices, network and educate themselves on current safety trends. FRA Chief Safety Officer Karl Alexy was the Keynote Speaker for this year's event.
Interested in joining C3RS? Or would you like more information? Contact the FRA C3RS Implementation Team at email@example.com
Who is involved in C3RS?
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT, railroad carriers, carrier employees, labor organizations, peer review teams, and a steering committee. Find out more.
C3RS is currently accepting reports from the following participating railroads: New Jersey Transit, Amtrak, Septa, Strasburg Rail Road, MBTA/Keolis, Metra, Metro-North, Long Island Rail Road, North Shore Railroad, Belt Railway of Chicago, Denton County Transportation Authority and North County Transit District.
Welcome to Denton County Transportation Authority:
Joined the C3RS Community February 2019