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Types of Patrolling : 1 The following are the types of patrolling in vogue : a Keyman's daily patrol. Provided that the interval between such inspections may, under special instructions, issued by Chief Engineer be increased to once in two days in the case of specified section of lines with light and infrequent traffic.

This patrol should, in case of heavy rainfall, confine its inspection to known points of danger, such as cutting or culverts likely to scour, banks affected by tanks likely to breach and bridge approaches. In case of high winds, the patrolman should inspect the length of track likely to be fouled by falling of tree etc. Arrangements exist with the Meteorological Department of the Government of India for issuing telegrams of warning, wherever storms, gales, or heavy rainfall are expected.

On receipt of such information from the Control, the Permanent way Inspector will arrange to advise monsoon patrolmen, watchmen and gangmates to be extra vigilant and be prepared to introduce patrolling, as necessary for detailed instructions Para of IRPWM may be referred to. This may be arranged on the pattern of the monsoon patrolling with modifications, as deemed necessary, in consultation with Civil authorities. The patrolling should be done in accordance with the provisions of Manual of Long Welded Rails.

In addition to patrolmen, stationary watchmen are posted at known or likely locations of danger or trouble. Comencement and Termination -The sections, which are normally to be patrolled during monsoon will be identified and notified by the Divisional Engineer. For every such section, the Divisional Engineer shall prescribe the period of year, when normal monsoon patrolling is to be done; patrolling should be started on these notified sections on the dates specified.

If the local conditions warrant, the Permanent Way Inspector of the section concerned may introduce or continue night patrolling outside the stipulated dates, duly advising all concerned. Preparation of Patrol Charts - 1 The Divisional Engineer will prepare patrol charts for each of the sections where monsoon patrolling is required to be done, taking into consideration the train timings of the time table in force during this period. The principles governing the preparation of patrol charts shall be - a Ordinarily patrolling will be carried out by a single patrolman, but in regions where danger from wild animals, dacoits and other risks as in ghat sections exist, patrolling in pairs may be introduced with the approval of the Chief Engineer.

The length of each patrol beat should not normally exceed 5 km. Where the block section is more than 10 km. Distribution of Patrol Charts - Before commencement of the monsoon, requisite of copies of patrol charts should be supplied by the Divisional Engineer to the Assistant Engineers, Permanent Way Inspectors, the Divisional Operating Superintendent for distribution to the Control staff , Station Masters and Foremen of running sheds.

The Foremen will acquaint Drivers of passenger trains, when they may expect to pass patrolmen, if running to time. By inviting drivers to lookout for patrolling, an immediate and practical means of supervising the patrolmen is introduced. Patrol books and Systematic Patrolling - A patrol book containing sufficient of s should be supplied to each patrol with a tin case.

The books shall be serially ed to correspond with the of patrol on each section. The first of the book shall contain the name of patrolman, kilometrage of patrol section and its . The remaining s will contain columns for date, station, time of arrival and departure and ature of Station Master. Patrolmen shall be on duty at the time specified for each in the patrol chart.

The patrolman shall then patrol his length at the end of which, he will exchange his patrol book with that of the next patrolman and retrace his beat. The intermediate patrols do likewise. In this way each patrol-book will be conveyed from one station to the other and back again. Owing to close proximity of stations, patrol books may be passed through one or more intermediate stations, before it is returned to the original station. If a patrolman on arrival at the end of his beat does not find the next patrolman to take over the book, he must proceed ahead, until he meets him.

The patrolman should report the absence of any man from his beat to the Mate the next day. Station Maters will see that the men come on duty sober and fully equipped, that their lamps are trimmed and filled with oil and that they leave for their patrol duty in time.

Equipment of Patrolmen - 1 Each patrolman shall be provided with the following equipment and such other, as may be prescribed by special instructions: a One staff. Square to be ed consecutively from the beginning of each Permanent Way Inspector's length in white letters on black background. Selection of Patrolman - Intelligent, experienced and trustworthy men should be selected from the Permanent Gangs by Permanent Way Inspectors to work as Patrolmen and Watchmen, preferably those who can read bridge and telegraph post s.

Temporary substitutes should be appointed in their places to work for the gangs. Twice the required should be selected to serve as relief case of illness, to provide for rest giver patrolman etc. The men selected from each gang should be sent to the Divisional Medical Officer for vision test and shall not be employed as patrolmen unless they have passed the requisite medical test.

Duties of Patrolmen - 1 The duties of a patrolman shall be as follows : a Walk to and fro over the beat in accordance with the chart pertaining to his "patrol-section" looking out for subsidence, slips, s of erosion, trees blown across the track during storms or any other causes likely to endanger the safety of line. Bridges and their approaches should be especially watched. He should also blow the whistle, when the engine and the brake-van of the train pass him. Every effort should be made to instruct and drill the men in their duties. In the event of an emergency the patrolmen should devote their whole time and energy to the protection of the line and summoning of assistance.

Having protected the line and summoned assistance, they should their patrolling. Action When Damage is Observed - In the event of any portion of the line being breached or otherwise rendered unsafe for traffic the following procedure shall be observed A In the case where two patrolmen are employed : 1 Protecting the line - a The second lamp should be lit and danger als shown at once in both the directions. On the double line the detonators must be placed on the line, in the direction on which the trains will approach. On Metre Gauge sections where trains run at maximum permissible speed of more than 75 km.

On his way back, if he meets with any gang quarter, he should inform the Mate of the occurrence and the gang must immediately proceed to the affected kilometrege and take necessary action to attend to the repairs. In case the other patrolman has not been able to locate the gang hut on his way back from the station, one of them should proceed to the gang hut and inform the gangmate.

In case where one patrol man is employed- 1 Protection of line -. Then run in the opposite direction from which direction train is likely to come, with a danger al red flag by day and red light by night and place one detonator at M. Provided that on those Metre Gauge Sections where trains run at maximum speed of more than 75km. I, in- charge Once a fortnight Once a month Frequency to be prescribed by the Chief Engineer depending on the local condition 2 Reporting the damage to the Station Master- The patrolman will return to the site of obstruction after protecting the line in both the directions and shall remain at the place of obstruction and send word about the danger through the first railway employee or other persons he is able to contact at the spot itself.

Responsibility of Engineering Officials in the Matter of Patrolling - 1 Inspection of Patrol Books -The Permanent Way Inspector must examine the patrol books, initial the entries each time he trollies and take up irregularities. The Assistant Engineer should examine the patrol books during his inspection. The Mate will be responsible for seeing that the patrolman and stationary watchman posses the correct equipment specified.

In addition to oral instructions, the Permanent Way Inspector shall by practical demonstrations, drill the patrolmen in their detailed duties and responsibilities. Vulnerable locations points - 1 Definition Vulnerable locations points are those, where conditions unsafe for the passage of trains are apprehended and there is need for stopping of trains in time in case such conditions develop e. A notebook should however be provided to the watch man.

Monsoon Patrolling In case where one patrol man is employed- 1 Protection of line - a When damage is detected on single line - i Place a red lamp during the night and a red flag during the day in a prominent position to warn a train which may approach from one direction. Official By train By trolly P. I, in- charge. Once a fortnight Once a month. Frequency to be prescribed by the Chief Engineer depending on the local condition.

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