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STEP 1:
GENERAL INFORMATION

STEP 2:
STRUCTURAL FACTORS

STEP 3:
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS FOR CENTRALIZED SYSTEM

HAZARDS LIST
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Type of Impact
Please choose the type of impact that should be considered in the final hazard list.
The impact is the way in which a hazard acts on a given asset.
Type Of Infrastructure
Please choose the type of infrastructure that should be considered in the final hazard list.
Type of Section
Please choose the type of section that should be considered in the final hazard list.
Out-of-service time
Please choose the minimum out-of-service time that should be considered in the final hazard list.
The out-of-service time is the time the traffic or normal service of the infrastructure is totally or partially interrupted.
Structural factors
Additional structural factors
Disposition Criteria
Triggering event
Disposition Criteria for Centralized Systems
Triggering event for Centralized Systems
CENTRALIZED SYSTEM
A centralized system is a system shared by more than one asset which is of great important since it has an essential function for the asset's operability, in particular, communications, monitoring or traffic control, security or even energy supply in the case of railway systems. Although these are not infrastructure types as such, they can be affected individually by all the hazards considered within this Guide. The occurrence of any hazard in a centralized system has similar impacts on one or more of the infrastructure elements defined, their potential negative consequences being more serious in the case of railways.
Hazards

Meteorological

Extreme wind

Extreme Raifall
Extreme Snowfall
Snow Drift
Sand Drift
Storm Surge
Icing
Lightning
Sandstorm
Fog
Hail
Extreme high temperatures
Extreme low temperatures

Geophysical

Earthquake
Ground deformation
Ground subsidence
Soil liquefaction
Sinkhole
Tsunami
Lava Flow
Lahar
Ash Cloud

Gravitational

Avalanche
Debris flow
Shallow landslides
Deep-seated landslides
Rock fall
Rock Collapse
Cliff Fall

Hydrological

River Flood and Lake Overflow
Flash flood
Urban flood
Groundwater flood
Outburst flood

Other

Toppled Trees
Wild Fire
Geomagnetic storm
Rodents
Crossing Animals
Blackout

Man-made

Blockade
Excessive vehicle height
Excessive vehicle weight
Explosion
Fire
Hazardous release
Ramming
Sabotage
Theft
Cyber attack
Hazards consearning the Centralized system

Meteorological

Extreme wind
Extreme Raifall
Extreme Snowfall
Snow Drift
Sand Drift
Storm Surge
Icing
Lightning
Sandstorm
Fog
Hail
Extreme high temperatures
Extreme low temperatures

Geophysical

Earthquake
Ground deformation
Ground subsidence
Soil liquefaction
Sinkhole
Tsunami
Lava Flow
Lahar
Ash Cloud

Gravitational

Avalanche
Debris flow
Shallow landslides
Deep-seated landslides
Rock fall
Rock Collapse
Cliff Fall

Hydrological

River Flood and Lake Overflow
Flash flood
Urban flood
Groundwater flood
Outburst flood

Other

Toppled Trees
Wild Fire
Geomagnetic storm
Rodents
Crossing Animals
Blackout

Man-made

Blockade
Excessive vehicle height
Excessive vehicle weight
Explosion
Fire
Hazardous release
Ramming
Sabotage
Theft
Cyber attack