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5.—(1) Any railway undertaking whose train drivers or staff performing vital safety tasks are denied the entitlements conferred by articles 56, 57(a) and 58 of the Regulation has a right of appeal to the Office of Rail Regulation.
(2) In relation to training services to which article 59 of the Regulation applies, a railway undertaking which considers that the price charged for access to those services is unreasonable or discriminatory has a right of appeal to the Office of Rail Regulation.
(3) A person who is denied any entitlement conferred on him by article 60 of the Regulation has a right of appeal to the Office of Rail Regulation.
(4) The provisions of regulation 5(3) to (5) of the Railways (Access to Training Services) Regulations 2006(1) (appeal to the regulatory body) apply to any appeal made under this article as if reference to an appeal in those provisions included reference to an appeal under this article.
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