Safe railways for Australia

Resource centre


This resource centre is intended to provide a 'one-stop-shop' for new and historic rail safety tools, updates and guidance material, as well as ONRSR regulatory policies, forms and fees for accredited and registered Rail Transport Operators (RTOs).

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Safety tools and publications:

Policies, forms and fee information:

  • Policies on how the ONRSR administers Rail Safety National Law, including competency requirements, safety performance reporting and compliance and enforcement
  • Forms such as occurrence notification, monthly returns, and the application for accreditation or variation
  • Fees including current application and annual fees for registration and accreditation.

The ONRSR also publishes a National Rail Safety Register of accredited and registered RTOs under the the ONRSR.

It should be noted that material produced before the commencement of the ONRSR on 20 January 2013 was prepared under previous legislation and parts may no longer be applicable. Users are advised to refer to the Rail Safety National Law (as it applies in their relevant jurisdiction) for their legislative obligations or contact the ONRSR for more information.

Explore the range of documents available by completing just one search field. Or complete both search fields for a more refined result.

  • Use the ‘Keyword’ field to search for a word or phrase (for example, “safety" or “National rail safety register”).
  • Select a specific kind of document with the ‘Document type’ list (for example, “form”)

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NB: It should be noted that material produced before the commencement of the ONRSR on 20 January 2013 was prepared under previous legislation and parts may no longer be applicable. Users are advised to refer to the Rail Safety National Law (as it applies in their relevant jurisdiction) for their legislative obligations or contact the ONRSR for more information.

 Last updated: 26 March 2015