Last night there was a bit of a dispute between an OSM and a Train Tech over who was to be the PO to implement a CSB. The TT quoted OSP3 (person on track is to be the PO) and told the OSM where to go. Sydney box didn't want to get involved in the dispute.
The train on 18 had a locked axle and big flats apparently.
Who or what is an OSM, PO, CSB and TT?
What does train on 18 mean?
Your post is gibberish................................
Last night there was a bit of a dispute between an Operations Standards Manager (Inspector, frontline manager) and a train technician over who was to be a protection officer (Person responsible for safety at the worksite in simple terms) to implement Controlled Signal Blocking ( A safety measure to exclude rail traffic from the worksite to prevent injury to the workers in the danger zone).
The Train Technician quoted Operator Specifc Procedure 3 (Railcorp rule relating to the issue) and told the OSM where to go.
18 refers to platform 18 at Central.