NRSWA Unit 2 – Signing, Lighting, & Guarding

Who should attend?

Employees and workers who are required to supervise other operatives installing/removing signing, lighting, & guarding equipment to direct traffic and pedestrians around work sites.

£145 per delegate
Course duration: 1
max group size: 6
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23/10/2019 8.00 am 6 SPACES AVAILABLE

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To provide delegates with the Knowledge and practical skills required to sign, light and guard street works and roadworks in line with the New Roads and Streetworks Act 1991, revised 2002 Code of Practice (NRSWA). This course covers the setting out of traffic lights, signs, cones and barriers.

  • Planning a signing, lighting and guard project
  • Types of works, basic principles and legal requirements for signing and guarding
  • On-site risk assessment, methods of traffic control, speed control and operating portable traffic signals
  • Works on footways, cycle lanes, track and cycle routes and near tramways and railways
  • Theory and Practical Assessments

Unit 2 allows you to install and remove signing, lighting, & guarding equipment to direct traffic and pedestrians around work sites.

SQA will provide certification and a Unit 10 Streetworks card to all those that successfully pass this course.

The certification is valid for 5 years

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"I have used THE HALO a few times for night inspections on a highway with no street lighting and it worked great, it gives off a lot of light and It fits good on my safety helmet.

Even another roadworker which worked 100-200meter from me, came to say to me that it looks good and it is was so visible and striking from that distance.

Over the next few months I have other inspections of a lot of culverts (concrete pipe that goes underneath a highway) where it is really dark, THE HALO will be perfect for this to keep me safe."

Vincent Wolbers, Civil Engineer, Netherlands