The Network rail was fined 3 million pounds for failure to provide safety over the Potters Bar train. This had killed over 7 people. It was concluded that the rail infrastructure had caused a breach in the safety regulations over the accident in May 2002. This crash could have been avoided if the faulty points were addressed. The overall responsibility for the track was addressed by the Network rail predecessor. The Railtrack was an administration that had caused the crash to occur and its role was addressed in the country rail infrastructure. This event could have been prevented if there were certain managerial and management changes enforced (Wilson and Norris, 2005). Many scandals and unfortunate accidents could be prevented in the companies if they are able to bring in management changes. Each case needs to be scrutinized by the people if the aim is to ensure safety and security of all the stakeholders involved in the process. In this case study, the analysis of the Network rail and Potters’ bar has been done. It was finally proposed by the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) that the Network Rail needed to pay 30 million pounds for the failure in 2011. Many issues caused the failure of the systems. It was determined from the internal view that the organizational feature leads to the inevitable emergence of the risk factors. These are showcases that the environmental constraints can be prevented and the issues of risk and empowerment could be addressed. It is imperative to retrospect and identify the issues in order to prevent such fatalities in the future. There can be better services and protocols developed from analysis of the past events. This would lead to better performance and safety standards. This is the reason for probing into the case study analysis.