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Grand Scales General Code of Operating Rules First Edition January 1, 2007

Copying Track Warrants 16.10 Each train crew must have a copy of the track warrant issued to their train, and each crewmember must read and understand it. The copy must show the date, location, and name of the employee who copied it. The following must occur when transmitted verbally:

  • 1.

    Transmitting Track Warrants

    • A.

      The train dispatcher will transmit the track warrant, followed by a summary of

the total number of boxes and individual box numbers included by stating: “This warrant has (total number) boxes marked: (individual box numbers).” B. An employee will enter all of the information transmitted by the train dispatcher, except the summary. As the summary is transmitted, the employee will check the total number of boxes and individual box numbers copied to ensure all items are included.

  • C.

    The employee will repeat the information to the train dispatcher, followed by a summary of the total number of boxes and individual box numbers included by stating: “This warrant has (total number) boxes marked: (individual box numbers).”

  • D.

    The train dispatcher will check the repeat and, if all information including the summary is correct, will state the following: “Warrant (number) OK (time) (dispatcher initials)”.

The employee will enter the OK time and the train dispatcher’s initials on the track warrant and repeat them to the train dispatcher, or if the track warrant includes box 7, “NOT IN EFFECT UNTIL AFTER ARRIVAL OF ________ AT ________,” the dispatcher will state the following: “Warrant (number) with after arrival of (train) at (location) OK (time) (dispatcher initials).” The employee will enter the OK time and the train dispatcher’s initials on the track warrant and repeat the “after arrival” information, OK time, and dispatcher’s initials to the train dispatcher.

  • 2.

    In Effect

    • A.

      The track warrant is not in effect until the “OK” time is shown on it.

    • B.

      If a track warrant restricts movement or previously granted authority, it cannot

be considered in effect by the train dispatcher until acknowledgement of the “OK” has been received.

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