Employees must pass the required examinations and attend Operating Rules Class every: [Rule 1-A]
Employees must obtain a minimum score of what on the written examination for the Operating Rules? [Rule 1-A]
Employees whose duties involve the movement of trains must familiarize themselves with what before performing service? [Rule 3-B]
A public timetable
You must report to a Rules Examiner, Trainmaster, Supervisor, or Compliance Officer prior to accepting an assignment if you have not performed service on MNR in how many days? [Rule 1-B]
Employees must always carry the manuals and documents pertinent to their specific job while working. [Rule 3-A]
If you are required to be qualified on physical characteristics and are ordered to perform service where you are not qualified, you must immediately inform a trainmaster. [Rule 3-E]
A watch suitable for employees whose duties involve the movement of trains must: [Rule 3-F]
Have a watch band
Contain hours, minutes, and seconds
Be set to a standard clock before starting duty
Be in good working order
While performing service, train and engine service employees must carry a MNR Safety Department approved... [Rule 3-G]
Employees whose duties may require them to give hand signals must carry: [Rule 3-H]
Engine horns do not need to be tested before departure from your initial terminal. [Rule 4-E]
In the engine horn fails en route, the engineer must: [Rule 4-E]
Ring the engine bell continuously, if equipped
Complete the service route that the train was performing
Notify a trainmaster as soon as possible
Notify the RTC as soon as possible
Approach grade crossings prepared to stop until warning devices are observed to be working and the crossing is clear
Approach locations where roadway workers are known to be at a speed not exceeding 15 MPH
Approach locations where roadway workers are known to be at a speed not exceeding 30 MPH
When their duties involve the use of a radio, employees must have the radio on only when absolutely necessary. [Rule 5-D]
Which of the following are true statements regarding the use of radios? [Rule 5-D]
Employees are prohibited from transmitting false distress communications, or unnecessary, profane, obscene, transmissions.
Employees must not make technical adjustments to company radio equipment.
Communications can be as long as necessary
Radios do not need to be tested prior to starting work.
Employees will permit inspection of radio equipment at any time.
Radio frequencies in use will be designated in the timetable.
If a radio fails, alternate means of communication must be established until the radio can be repaired or replaced.
When an initial report of hazardous conditions that could result in death or injury, damage of property, or serious disruption of operations is made, you should use which phrase? [Rule 5-E]
Danger, Danger, Danger!
Emergency, Emergency, Emergency!
An emergency call (Emergency, repeated 3 times) is used for which of the following incidents? [Rule 5-E]
Emergency brake applications
If the engine horn fails
Overrunning limits of authority
Overrunning stop indications
ROGER - Indicates that you need the message repeated [Rule 5-E]
OVER is used at the end of each radio transmission for which a response is expected [Rule 5-E]
DONE, preceded by your identification is used at the end of the transmission when no response is expected. [Rule 5-E]
To originate a radio call, you must [Rule 5-E]
Listen and ensure the channel is clear
Identify your location
Identify your employing railroad
Headlights must be displayed in the direction of movement on the lowest setting on every train at all times except in special situations. [Rule 6-A]
The headlight must be dimmed in which situations? [Rule 6-A]
When approaching a grade crossing
When standing or approaching another train operating in the opposite direction in multiple track territory
At all times between GCT and CP 1
While passing through a station
While standing or passing through yards and yard tracks
When standing or moving on single track at meeting points
When the sun is extremely bright
The lead unit of trains operating over highway grade crossings where the MAS exceeds 20 MPH must be equipped with 3 lights: headlight and 2 auxiliary lights. [Rule 6-A]