In this connection, the directive focuses on 4 major aspects: the setting up, in each EU country, of an authority responsible for supervising safety; the mutual recognition of safety certificates delivered in the EU countries; the establishment of common safety indicators CSIs in order to assess that the system complies with the common safety targets CSTs and facilitate the monitoring of railway safety performance; the definition of common rules for safety investigations.
Adherence to national laws on the other hand should be subject to additional certification in each EU country.
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