NHSS 12D T4 - Convoy Working

Who should attend?

All persons who will be required by their employer to work as part of a Temporary Traffic Management team operating a convoy system.

 

£140 per delegate
Course duration: 1/2 Day
max group size: 12 Delegates
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18/09/2019 8.00 am 12 SPACES AVAILABLE
18/09/2019 1.00pm 10 SPACES AVAILABLE

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To provide delegates with the necessary knowledge to allow them to work as part of a traffic management team on a convoy system.

*** Your NEW Smart Card cost is included in the course price ***

On completion of the session delegates will be able to:-

  • be aware of sector schemes
  • be aware of health and safety work
  • be aware of risk assessments and method statements be aware of the relevant codes of practice and other associated documentation when involved in traffic management
  • identify the equipment required in temporary traffic management
  • understand the requirements for convoy working
  • understand how convoy systems operate

Certification will be awarded to successful learners by LANTRA Awards.

Following completion of the 12D T4 training course the learner will need to undertake a set of on site assessments as prescribed in their logbook.

The assessments must be completed within a two year period starting from the date of passing the training.

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