This is a Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) sponsored voluntary confidential program allowing railroad carriers and their employees to report close calls. The program provides a safe environment for employees to report unsafe events and conditions. Employees receive protection from discipline and FRA enforcement. Railroads also receive protection from FRA enforcement for events reported within C3RS. The FRA is currently accepting new sites. Find out more.
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), railroad carriers, and carrier employees, labor organizations, and peer review teams.
FRA C3RS program implemented in Boston. Find out more
MBTA, Keolis, unions agree to implement close-call reporting system. Find out more
Metra to adopt major safety reporting system. Find out more
Metro-North Railroad joins C3RS
Long Island Rail Road joins C3RS
Amtrak publishes C3RS Newsletter Find out more
C3RS User Group holds fourth annual meeting in Chicago Find out more
Strasburg Rail Road joins C3RS
Confidential Close Call Reporting System Reaches Milestone Find out more on page 8.
How Confidential Reporting Systems Work Find out more.
Feds order MTA to create employee reporting system, improve safety Find out more.
Confidential Close Call Reporting system expanding at Amtrak Find out more.
Lessons learned from C3RS presented at Fourth International Rail Human Factors conference Find out more.
FRA's Szabo: Safety gains keep on coming. Find out more.