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Not holding train for crew rest (30 Minutes)

According to the Denver-Sterling agreement, if a train is not held for 30 minutes for crew rest and there is no delay to the train, it is a claim.  Below is an example of the claim to be submitted.

BD claim

ALLOW 130.O MILES ACCOUNT BOARD RUNAROUND. ON MM/DD/YYYY I WAS FIRST OUT ON DENVCO BOARD 410 AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN CALLED FOR *train* ON DUTY AT *time*. I WAS RESTED AT *time*.  THE *train* DEPARTED AT *time*. PER THE DENVER TO STERLING ID AGREEMENT, SEC 2A, "TRAINS WILL BE HELD FOR 30 MINUTES FOR CREW REST IF THERE WILL BE NO DELAY ON THE TRAIN". TRAIN *train* DEPARTED AT *time*. PLEASE ALLOW FOR 130.O MILES FOR THE MISHANDLING.

Cab Conditions

CC Claim

Unit - BNSF ****

Defect - *defect*

Boarding Time - *hhmm*

Time Reported - *hhmm*

Time Departed - *hhmm*

Reported to - VTR and *name*

Defect Descrip - *defect*

On the remarks section, put description of problem.  Items like stinky toilet, cab seal, broken cooler will get declined.  Be more descriptive with so that a mechanical facility can go directly to issue and repair.

toilet: is full/overflowing, feces outside of seat, will not flush, etc

Cooler: Cooler is not keeping water cool

Cab Seal: annotate temperature outside (below 50 degrees) and where seal is broken/missing


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