Railway Safety Act 2005

Interpretation ( Part 9).

85

85.—In this Part—

“analysis” includes any operation used in determining the presence (if any) of a drug in a specimen of blood or urine, and cognate words shall be construed accordingly;

“analysis body” means a person who, in the opinion of a F114 [ railway organisation ] concerned and the Commission, is competent to carry out an analysis of a sample and is independent of the F114 [ railway organisation ] concerned and of any other F114 [ railway organisation ];

“authorised person” means a person appointed to be an authorised person under section 95 ;

“code of conduct” means the code of conduct drawn up by a F114 [ railway organisation ] under section 88(1)(a) or amended under section 88(10) and accepted by the Commission under section 88(5) ;

“drug” includes all drugs whether legally obtained or otherwise;

F114 [ railway organisation ]” means a F114 [ railway organisation ] to which this Part applies;

“safety critical task” has the meaning assigned to it in Part 10;

“safety critical worker” has the meaning assigned to it in Part 10;

“sample” means the provision of a specimen of blood or urine in accordance with sampling procedures;

“sampling procedures” means procedures established under section 88 (1) (b) or amended under section 88(10) and accepted by the Commission under section 88(5) .