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Summary / introduction:

National Highway Sector Scheme 12D for installing and removing temporary traffic management on rural and urban roads.

Target audience:

All Registered Traffic Management Operatives (RTMO) as described in Sector Scheme Document 12D who wish to add this category to their 12D card. To become a registered 12D M3 Operative, the learner must have completed the 12D T1/T2 training course and either be in the process of being registered as a 12D M2 Operative or already be a registered 12D M2 Operative prior to applying for registration.
Following completion of the 12D T3 training course the learner will need to undertake a set of on site assessments as prescribed in the Sector Scheme Document to obtain the category. The assessments must be completed within a two year period starting from the date of passing the training.
Each learner must be assessed individually – “whilst undertaking traffic management operations, including assessment of capability, unregistered Traffic Management Operatives shall at all times be supervised by an appropriately registered Traffic Management Operative on a one to one basis” This cannot be the assessor – NHSS12D Sector Scheme Document. Minimum competency requirements for gang sizes are shown on page 23 of the document – these must be maintained whilst assessments are being carried out. Learners not being assessed must remain in a safe location.


This course will cover:

  • Quality assurance Sector Schemes Health & Safety
  • isk assessments/method statements Industry guidance documents Chapter 8 of the traffic signs manual Types of work
  • Safety zones Equipment and vehicles Basic layouts Maintaining closures
  • Setting out traffic management Arrival on site
  • Advance signs
  • Taper installation Entering closures Removal of closures Safe taper positions
  • Non-motorised road users Roundabouts
  • End of course test

Product objectives

On completion of this course learners will:

  • Be aware of Sector Schemes
  • Be aware of Health and Safety requirements
  • 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 working on dual carriageways restricted to 40mph or less
  • Be aware of the requirements of non-motorised road users
  • Be prepared to undertake assessments to demonstrate an ability to implement, maintain and remove safely traffic control systems

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