PART 1580 APPENDIX B
|Examples of job titles applicable to these functions *|
|A. Operating a vehicle||1. Employees who operate or directly control the movements of locomotives or other self-powered rail vehicles||Engineer, conductor|
|2. Train conductor, trainman, brakeman, or utility employee or performs acceptance inspections, couples and uncouples rail cars, applies handbrakes, or similar functions|
|3. Employees covered under the Federal hours of service laws as “train employees.” See 49 U.S.C. 21101(5) and 21103.|
|B. Inspecting and maintaining vehicles||Employees who inspect or repair rail cars and locomotives||Carman, car repairman, car inspector, engineer, conductor.|
|C. Inspecting or maintaining building or transportation infrastructure||1. Employees who -
a. Maintain, install, or inspect communications and signal equipment.
b. Maintain, install, or inspect track and structures, including, but not limited to, bridges, trestles, and tunnels.
|Signalman, signal maintainer, track-man, gang foreman, bridge and building laborer, roadmaster, bridge, and building inspector/operator.|
|2. Employees covered under the Federal hours of service laws as “signal employees.” See 49 U.S.C. 21101(3) and 21104|
|D. Controlling dispatch or movement of a vehicle||1. Employees who -
a. Dispatch, direct, or control the movement of trains.
b. Operate or supervise the operations of moveable bridges.
|Yardmaster, dispatcher, block operator, bridge operator.|
|c. Supervise the activities of train crews, car movements, and switching operations in a yard or terminal.|
|2. Employees covered under the Federal hours of service laws as “dispatching service employees.” See 49 U.S.C. 21101(2) and 21105|
|E. Providing security of the owner/operator's equipment and property||Employees who provide for the security of the railroad carrier's equipment and property, including acting as a railroad police officer (as that term is defined in 49 CFR 207.2)||Police officer, special agent; patrolman; watchman; guard.|
|F. Loading or unloading cargo or baggage||Includes, but is not limited to, employees that load or unload hazardous materials||Service track employee.|
|G. Interacting with travelling public (on board a vehicle or within a transportation facility)||Employees of a freight railroad operating in passenger service||Conductor, engineer, agent.|
|H. Complying with security programs or measures, including those required by Federal law||1. Employees who serve as security coordinators designated in § 1570.201 of this subchapter, as well as any designated alternates or secondary security coordinators||Security coordinator, train master, assistant train master, roadmaster, division roadmaster.|
|2. Employees who -|
|a. Conduct training and
testing of employees when the training or testing is required by
TSA's security regulations.
b. Perform inspections or operations required by § 1580.205 of this subchapter.
c. Manage or direct implementation of security plan requirements.
* These job titles are provided solely as a resource to help understand the functions described; whether an employee must be trained is based upon the function, not the job title.