NRSWA Signing, lighting and guarding Operative & Supervisor 1 day intense course

Back to: Street Works & Civils

Address:Lodgemore Lane, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 3EQ

Duration:1 day

Date:12/08/2022 - 12/08/2022

Timings:8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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" Thanks to the trainer Dave, informative and pitched at the right level "

Carl, Severn Trent Water
  • Price:£226.09 + VAT
  • Spaces Available:Limited Spaces
  • Duration:1 day
  • Dates:12/08/2022 - 12/08/2022
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Who

This course of training and assessment is designed for operators required to work in line with the national standards for the excavation and rein-statement of openings within the highway and safety at Street works and Road works Code of Practice.

Aims

To provide operatives with the skills and knowledge to carry out work to the standards required by the New Roads and Street works Act 1991, in accordance with safe working practices.

Objectives

On completion of training, operatives should have the skills and knowledge necessary to en-sure that work carried out meets the prescribed national standards required by the Highways Authority Utilities Committee. Successful Candi-dates will be awarded City & Guilds certification for the relevant modules.

Outline

O1 Signing, lighting and guarding and S1 Monitoring Signing, Lighting and guarding

• Introduction, aim and objectives
• Basic principles and limitations
• Roles & responsibilities
• Information required before going to site
• Risk assessing the site and operating conditions. Application of MindSafety
• General guidance for fixed sites
• General guidance and practical scenarios for mobile working
• Purpose of the Code of Practice and its legal status, includ-ing cross border operations
• Selection and suitability of signs and equipment, advanced signing requirements and variable message signs (VMS)
• Safety Zone (lead-in taper, sideways and long ways clearanc-es)
• Working near cycle lanes and level crossings
• Understanding basic site layout
• Sequence for setting out signs
• Establishing safe routes for pedestrians, cyclists and eques-trians
• Consideration for pedestrians with special needs in accord-ance with the Equality Act 2010
• Traffic control and unobstructed carriageway widths
• Installation and commissioning of traffic control measures
• Checking and maintaining sites
• Unattended sites, signing and guarding requirements, as-sessing additional risks and daily site checks
• Removing the works
• CABWI practical assessment 01.