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Technical Note
TN 056: 2014
Issued date:
Effective date:
Subject:

7 August 2014
7 August 2014
Withdrawal of TMC 402 and TMC 404

This technical note is issued by the Asset Standards Authority as a notification to remove from
use the RailCorp documents listed in Table 1 below:
Table 1 Withdrawn RailCorp documents
Reference No

Title

Version

Issue date

TMC 402

Geotechnical Problem Management Procedure

1.0

01/07/2010

TMC 404

Recognising Geotechnical Problems

1.1

01/12/2009

TMC 402 and TMC 404 are legacy documents and should be used for reference purposes only.
ASA standard T HR CI 12101 ST Geotechnical Problem Management, Version 1.0 supersedes
both documents.

Authorisation
Technical content
prepared by

Checked and
approved by

Interdisciplinary
coordination
checked by

Authorised for
release

Name

Priyani Ganewatta

Sarath Fernando

David Spiteri

Graham Bradshaw

Position

Senior Engineer
Geotech

Principal Engineer
Geotech

Chief Engineer Rail

Principal Manager
Network Standards &
Services

Signature

A3505254
State of NSW through Transport for NSW

Asset Standards Authority


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TMC 402

GEOTECHNICAL PROBLEM

MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

Version 1.0
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Owner:

Principal Engineer Geotechnical

Approved by: John Stapleton


A/Principal Engineer
Technology & Standards

Authorised by:

Jee Choudhury

Principal Engineer

Geotechnical

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Contents
Chapter 1
C1-1
C1-2
C1-3

General....................................................................................................................................... 4

Purpose....................................................................................................................................... 4

References.................................................................................................................................. 4

Definitions, abbreviations and acronyms .................................................................................... 4

Chapter 2

Management Responsibilities ................................................................................................. 5

Chapter 3

Competencies............................................................................................................................ 6

Chapter 4

Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 7

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C4-10
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C4-12
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Identification of new geotechnical problem................................................................................. 7

Response to new geotechnical problem..................................................................................... 7

Site inspection report .................................................................................................................. 7

Site Specific Surveillance Guidelines ......................................................................................... 8

Survey Monitoring ....................................................................................................................... 8

Survey Monitoring Review .......................................................................................................... 8

Surveillance................................................................................................................................. 8

Surveillance Review.................................................................................................................... 9

Early Warning Systems & Rainfall Monitoring Systems ............................................................. 9

Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring ............................................................................ 9

Safety Measures ......................................................................................................................... 9

Imposing Speed Restrictions During Wet Weather .................................................................. 10

Training ..................................................................................................................................... 10

Remedial Works........................................................................................................................ 10

Documents and Records .......................................................................................................... 10

Audits ........................................................................................................................................ 11

Management Meeting & Audit Review...................................................................................... 11

Appendix 1

Activity Flow Chart ................................................................................................................. 12

Appendix 2

Site Specific Surveillance Guidelines................................................................................... 14

Appendix 3

Geotechnical Site Inspection Form....................................................................................... 16

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Chapter 1 General
C1-1

Purpose
This document describes the Geotechnical Problem Management Procedure (GPMP) for managing
geotechnical problem sites when they have been identified. The procedure is shown in a flow chart
in Appendix 1.

C1-2

References
TMC 401 Risk Assessment and Hazard Management Guidelines.
TMC 404 Recognising Geotechnical Problems
TMC 203 Track Inspection.
ESC 100 Civil Technical Maintenance Plan.
Geotechnical Data Base RailCorp Geotechnical Services.

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Definitions, abbreviations and acronyms


DRY:

Prolonged dry weather.

WET:

Periods of heavy rain or prolonged wet weather.

T, S:

Minimum Surveillance Levels as defined below and/or in TMC 401 Risk Assessment

and Hazard Management Guidelines.

CPE

Civil Planning Engineer (and/or nominated representative)

CME

Civil Maintenance Engineer (and/or nominated representative)

EWS:

Early Warning System.

GPMP:

Geotechnical Problem Management Procedure.

GPR:

Geotechnical Problem Register.

MSR:

Maintenance Schedule Record.

RMS:

Rainfall Monitoring System.

SI:

Site Inspection.

SIR:

Site Inspection Report.

SSSG:

Site Specific Surveillance Guidelines.

TES:

Track Examination System (TMC 203 Track Inspection).

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Chapter 2 Management Responsibilities


The Civil Maintenance Engineer is to:

Allocate/arrange surveillance and survey monitoring, review surveillance/survey monitoring


reports and as required, confer with the Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative
regarding changes in condition between surveillance and survey intervals.

The Civil Team Manager is to:


Manage surveillance as per prescribed surveillance levels and SSSGs guidelines, request site
inspections due to newly identified geotechnical problem sites and due to changes in condition
between surveillance intervals and implement safety measures as required.

The Civil Planning Engineer is to:


Audit the Geotechnical Problem Management Procedures and organise regular management
meetings/audit reviews with the GPMP responsibility holders.

Maintain the Geotechnical Problem Register.

Request/arrange detailed geotechnical investigation, remedial works design, remedial works


and request site inspections upon completion of works.

The Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative is to:


Maintain the geotechnical data base RailCorp Geotechnical Services.

Review survey-monitoring reports as requested.

Carry out inspections as requested/required and following these assess risk to track safety;
recommend safety measures if needed;
recommend urgent remedial works and/or
recommendations for detailed geotechnical investigation; recommend prescribed surveillance
levels, guidelines and survey monitoring; issue Site Inspection Reports as required; and carry
out geotechnical monitoring if needed.

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Chapter 3 Competencies
Geotechnical surveillance inspections shall be carried out by persons with:

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Chapter 4 Procedure
C4-1

Identification of new geotechnical problem


A new geotechnical problem may be discovered by:

C4-2

Maintenance District staff as part of normal track patrol under TES or as reported by other
RailCorp staff.

The Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative as part of prescribed surveillance of


other sites or during any other activity.

Response to new geotechnical problem


Once a geotechnical problem is identified, information including exact location and type of problem
is to be communicated immediately to the Civil Maintenance Engineer. CME is to immediately
assign the job to a Civil Team Manager. The Civil Team Manager is to carry out an inspection
within 24 hours, or sooner depending on reported urgency. The CME is to request a Site Inspection
(SI) by the Principal Geotechnical Engineer's Representative if warranted.
If the Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative assesses the risk to be Rank B+ or worse,
this information is to be immediately reported to the Civil Maintenance Engineer.

C4-3

Site inspection report


A Site Inspection Report (SIR) is to be created by the Principal Geotechnical Engineers
Representative following:

A site inspection (SI) made by the Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative.

Any inspection/review resulting in discovery of a previously unidentified geotechnical


problem, a change to the assessed risk or a change to prescribed surveillance
requirements. The Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative is to immediately
recommend safety measures when it is recognised that conditions would be unsafe for
normal traffic.

The SIR should indicate


the location of the problem site,

date of the inspection/review,

reason for carrying out the inspection,

description of the problem,

assessed risk,

recommended prescribed level of surveillance required as outlined in TMC 401,

recommended any urgent remedial works (if considered necessary)

recommendations for detailed geotechnical investigation (if considered necessary).

recommendations for Survey or Geotechnical Monitoring (if considered necessary).

other detailed remedial recommendations if a more detailed investigation is not considered


necessary.

For assessed risks of B-P1 or higher, the Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative must
transmit the SIR and any attached Site Specific Surveillance Guidelines (see below) within 7 days
of inspection/review to the Civil Maintenance Engineer and the Civil Planning Engineer.

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TMC 402

Site Specific Surveillance Guidelines


Site Specific Surveillance Guidelines (SSSG) are to be created by the Principal Geotechnical
Engineers Representative when a site is assessed to require the recommended prescribed
surveillance level of S2, S3 or S4 (as defined in Risk Assessment and Hazard Management
Guidelines). The SSSG should be attached to the Site Inspection Report.
SSSGs are in general to inform the Civil Maintenance District staff of surveillance requirements
during inspection of a specific geotechnical problem. The SSSG should indicate the location of the
problem site, description of the problem and principal failure mechanism, assessed risk,
recommended prescribed level of surveillance required, colour photograph(s) with problem
highlighted and what specific features to look for during surveillance inspection. Photos in the
SSSG shall be used by Maintenance District surveillance staff to check for any changes.
A surveillance Geotechnical Site Inspection form/checklist should also be attached to the SSSG
with provision for surveillance staff to record date of inspections, name of inspector, changes since
last inspection, comments and action taken if any changes since last inspection.
Refer to Appendix 2 for a sample Site Specific Surveillance Guidelines form
Refer to Appendix 3 for a sample Geotechnical Site Inspection form.

C4-5

Survey Monitoring
Survey monitoring shall be carried out as prescribed. The survey report is to consider changes in
condition between survey monitoring and note these changes in the report. The survey monitoring
report is to be transmitted to the Civil Maintenance Engineer, the Civil Planning Engineer and the
Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative within 7days of the survey monitoring, or sooner
if warranted.

C4-6

Survey Monitoring Review


All survey-monitoring reports are to be reviewed by the Civil Maintenance Engineer. They are to
confer with the Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative regarding changes in condition
between surveys. The Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative is to consider changes in
condition and confer with the Civil Maintenance Engineer regarding a request for Site Inspection
(SI) and request for safety measures when it is recognised that conditions would be unsafe for
normal traffic.

C4-7

Surveillance
A Maintenance Schedule Record (MSR) for surveillance is to be created/deleted in Ellipse by the
Civil Maintenance Engineer within 7 days of receiving a SIR with attached SSSG. All surveillance
is to be carried out as a walking inspection by trained staff and safety measures implemented when
it is recognised that conditions would be unsafe for normal traffic. The surveillance levels detailed
in TMC 401 Risk Assessment and Hazard Management Guidelines are:
T

Surveillance under Track Examination System (TES) by trained track staff, and annual
review by Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative.

S1

Monthly walkover inspections of the problem site during routine track patrol by trained
track staff or more frequently as dictated by site conditions and weather, and six monthly
review by Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative.

S2

Twice per week surveillance of the problem site by trained track staff with site specific
guidelines, and six monthly review by Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative.

S3

Daily surveillance of the problem site by trained track staff with site specific guidelines,
and monthly review by Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative.

S4

Presence by trained track staff with site specific guidelines prior to and during train
passage, and weekly review by Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative.

Note that trained track staff means track staff trained in Recognising Geotechnical Problems and
the GPMP.
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TMC 402

Surveillance Review
The Civil Maintenance Engineer are to review completed surveillance reports, consider changes in
condition between surveillance reports and notify the Principal Geotechnical Engineers
Representative of changes in condition by way of a request for Site Inspection (SI). Safety
measures are to be implemented when it is recognised that conditions would be unsafe for normal
traffic.

C4-9

Early Warning Systems & Rainfall Monitoring Systems


Early warning systems (EWS) may be installed in some areas to provide warning of situations that
could impact on safe operating conditions. The intention is to give sufficient warning to prevent the
running of trains over unsafe track. A number of systems may exist some of which are connected
to the signalling system to stop trains, while others could provide a warning to train drivers. In
addition, early warning systems influence minimum surveillance levels.
Rainfall monitoring systems (RMS) may be installed in some areas to monitor rainfall and indicate a
warning when a preset rainfall rate is exceeded. The intention is to give sufficient warning to
surveillance staff that there is currently or has been a period of heavy rain or prolonged wet
weather such that increased surveillance may be instigated. A number of systems may exist some
of which are connected to the signalling system to stop trains. Rainfall monitoring systems may be
required in isolated areas where the occurrence of heavy rainfall may not be obvious elsewhere.
Refer to ESC 430 Rainfall Monitors.
Note: All EWS and RMS influence surveillance levels. In case of an EWS or RMS system failure,
alternative surveillance arrangements should be made for all problem sites within the system
coverage area. Refer to TMC 401 Risk Assessment and Hazard Management Guidelines.

C4-10

Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring


Geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring may be installed/carried out by the Principal
Geotechnical Engineers Representative at his/her recommendation and in agreement of the Civil
Maintenance Engineer. The purpose of this is to analyse and monitor ground movement or
movement of structures such as tunnels, retaining walls etc. Instrumentation may include
inclinometers, piezometers, tiltmeters, extensometers, soil moisture probes, tensiometers and 3D
crackmeters. These may be used in conjunction with survey monitoring.
If any significant movement is detected by this monitoring, such information is to be conveyed to
the Civil Maintenance Engineer and the Civil Planning Engineer along with any required changes to
the SSSG.

C4-11

Safety Measures
Instructions to implement Safety Measures are to be issued by the Civil Maintenance Engineer
when it is recognised that conditions would be unsafe for normal traffic. The decision to implement
safety measures may be determined at any time including:

Following newly identified geotechnical problem.

Following surveillance.

At the time of surveillance report review by the Civil Maintenance Engineer.

At the request of the Civil Maintenance Engineer.

At the recommendation of the Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative.

The Safety Measures may be whatever is considered necessary to immediately reduce the risk to
track safety. Some of the safety measures suggested in TMC 401 Risk Assessment and Hazard
Management Guidelines are:

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Unacceptable / Extreme Risk


(Rank A)

Track closed.

Undesirable / High Risk


(Rank B+)

Speed restriction imposed during wet and dry weather / emergency


remedial works / continued surveillance.

Undesirable / High Risk


(Rank B-P1)

If considered necessary, speed restriction imposed during wet


and/or dry weather / emergency remedial works at next planned
possession / continued surveillance.

Maintenance Districts may have additional instructions or guidelines to staff on how to immediately
respond to an identified problem.

C4-12

Imposing Speed Restrictions During Wet Weather


When imposing speed restrictions during wet weather; the restrictions should remain for the
duration of wet weather and for approximately 2 days afterwards and/or for a period advised by the
Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative.

C4-13

Training
Training for surveillance staff in the Geotechnical Problem Management Procedure is to be
organised by the Civil Maintenance Engineer. The curriculum is to be directed by the Civil
Maintenance Engineer in consultation with the Principal Geotechnical Engineer. Surveillance/track
inspection staff are to be supplied with a copy of TMC 404 Recognising Geotechnical Problems
and with this manual TMC 402.

C4-14

Remedial Works
The Civil Planning Engineer is to allocate remedial works based on the recommendations of the
Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative provided in the SIR or a geotechnical report
following detailed geotechnical investigation and design of remedial works.
The Civil Planning Engineer is to make certain that the Principal Geotechnical Engineers
Representative confirms satisfactory completion of remedial works by way of a request for SI.

C4-15

Documents and Records


All surveillance records are to be placed by the Civil Planning Engineer in a divided file marked
Geotechnical Problem Register and made available for review by the Principal Geotechnical
Engineers Representative and Civil Maintenance Engineer.
All surveillance records for current SSSG are to be placed under the division of Current SSSG.
All surveillance records for superseded SSSG are to be clearly marked as Superseded and
placed under the division of Superseded SSSG.
All surveillance records for deleted SSSG are to be clearly marked as Deleted and placed under
the division of Deleted SSSG.
A register of trained personnel is to be placed by the Civil Planning Engineer in a divided file
marked Geotechnical Problem Register and made available for review by the Principal
Geotechnical Engineers Representative and Civil Maintenance Engineer.
The Civil Planning Engineer is to maintain the geotechnical problem register including file copies of
all relevant material including SIR, SSSG and audit reports.
The Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative is to maintain and regularly update
Geotechnical Services data base. The Principal Geotechnical Engineer is to issue an annual
report Geotechnical Risk to Rail Operations Metropolitan Regions to all concerned stakeholders.
This report shall include tables delineating details of all active geotechnical problem sites. The
Principal Geotechnical Engineers Representative should supply updated tables delineating details
of relevant active geotechnical problem sites to the Civil Maintenance Engineer and the Civil

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Planning Engineer on a three monthly basis.


Managers.

C4-16

These should be forwarded to the Civil Team

Audits
The Civil Planning Engineer shall organise regular audits of the GPMP including:

C4-17

Scheduling and planning audits.

Performance of audits.

Reporting of audits carried out including compliance and recommendations.

Management Meeting & Audit Review


The Civil Planning Engineer shall organise regular management meetings and audit reviews with
the GPMP responsibility holders. The Civil Planning Engineer shall issue minutes of these
meetings to GPMP responsibility holders. The minutes shall include any future action required by
GPMP responsibility holders.

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TMC 402

Survey Monitoring

Team Manager Civil

START

START

START

START

Carry out
Surveillance

Allocate
Surveillanc e &
Survey Resources

Carry out
Surveillance (T)
under TES

(S1-S4) as required
Carry out Sur vey
Monitoring

Changes in condition
between surveillance
or new problem?

To File

N
N
Survey
Monitoring Report

Changes in
condition between
surveys?

Wet
weather,
EWS/RMS
warning

Civil Planning Engineer

To File

Request SI

To File

Implement Safety
Measures as
required.

START

Audit Geotechnical
Problem
Manageme nt
Procedure

Principal Geotechnical
Engineers
Representative

Site Inspectio n
required due to
survey results?

Management
Meeting & Audit
Review

START

Y
Carry out Annual
Inspection (T) &
Review (S1 -S4)

Carry out Site


Inspection
N

To File

Maintain
Geotechnical
Problem Register

Site Inspection
(Report to CME &
Civil Asset Engineer)

Remedial Works
required?

Request SI

N
To File

Attach Site Specific


Surveillance
Guidelines

Y
N
Request detailed
geotechnical
investigation and
remedial works
design. Allocate
Remedial Works.

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Complete
Remedial Works

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Required?

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SITE SPECIFIC SURVEILLANCE GUIDELINES
For Inspection of Geotechnical Problem

123
9999
SOMETOVVN , CUTTING# 12
913.123 km, downside, 12m height
CUTTING. Isolated undercut sandstone boulder (see Site
Inspection Report dated 14/05/2017).
LINE
Main North
B-P1
RISK RANK
SURVEILLANCE LEVEL WET WEATHER S2 (Twice per week inspection by trained staff with site
specific guidelines)
SURVEILLANCE LEVEL DRY WEATHER S1 (Monthly walkover inspection by trained staff with site
specific guidelines).

SSSG NUMBER
Geotech. Services Project Number
LOCATION
Kl LOM ETRAG EIS IDE
DESCRIPTION

WHAT TO LOOK FOR (at 913.123 km , downside, 12m height-see Photo 1 below).
1 -Check for any increase of undercutting.
2- Check for increase in width of existing cracks or new cracks around/in boulder.
3- Check for any new rockfalls to cess or track.
4- Check relevant features on Geotechnical Risk Site Inspection form (attached)

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