NHSS 12D T5 - Multi-Phase Traffic Signals

Who should attend?

All persons who will be required by their employer to Who Should Attend work as part of a Temporary Traffic Management team operating muiti—phase temporary traffic lights.

 

£150 per delegate
Course duration: 1/2 Day
max group size: 6 Delegates
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01/07/2020 9.00 Online course 6 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 installing, maintaining, and removing multi-phase temporary traffic lights.

*** 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 multi-phase traffic signals
  • understand how to operate multi-phase traffic signals.

Certification is awarded to successful learners by LANTRA Awards.

Following completion of the 12D T5 training course the learner will need to undertake centre based and site based 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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