In this third podcast about trespass, I talk with with David Whitmarsh, acting Principal Inspector of Railways for Scotland, about the ORR's expectations of the industry when it comes to trespass prevention.
David talks about why the ORR might decide to prosecute a railway company rather than the trespasser. He also comments on how the level of fines is calculated by the courts. He then describes what the ORR would consider to be 'good and sufficient [fences] for today's railway'; and how the new guidance on trespass risk assessment will help railway companies know whether they might be meeting those expectations.
Show notes, with links to the relevant resources and any other related blog posts, are available in the Blog for this episode on the RSSB website.