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Working on the Public Highway Traffic Management - Rural and Urban Roads
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National Highway Sector Scheme 12D for installing and removing temporary traﬃc management on rural and urban roads.
12D M7 is targeted at all levels of Management, Client Oﬃcers, Technicians and any person not actually installing Temporary Traﬃc Management (TTM), but requiring a knowledge of basic practice of TTM on urban and rural roads.
It is a mandatory requirement for Technical Oﬃcers under the NHSS12D requirements.
Refresher Course – Due to changes in the Code of Practice it is necessary to successfully complete the revised (full) T7 training course to demonstrate up to date knowledge of new requirements. On site assessments are not required for refresher training.
This course will cover:
- Operative and scheme requirements Reference documentation and deﬁnitions Categories of road network and operations Principle responsibilities
- Quick guide on highway legislation, aﬀecting Temporary Traﬃc Management (TTM) operations
- Carry out on-site assessments Other legislative requirements
- Equipment, uses and requirement for use Site requirements, limitations and actions Site works and monitoring
- Site and activity speciﬁc requirements
- Set scenarios of temporary traﬃc management requirements
- 12D M7 End of Course Test
At the end of the course delegates should:
- Have a working knowledge of National Highway Sector Schemes
- Have an awareness of Traﬃc Management Health & Safety Issues
- Interpret the requirements of ‘The Safety at Street Works and Road Works, A Code of Practice (The Red Book)’ and further guidance from ‘The Traﬃc Signs Manual, Chapter 8’
- Consider all options available to determine the level and extent of the Temporary Traﬃc Management required Demonstrate knowledge of the site Risk Assessment process
- Have the ability to assess and determine temporary traﬃc layout required for a given work location, activity or operation
- Understand the standard of equipment that is acceptable to use
- Realise the implications of changing conditions on site Have the conﬁdence to liaise with site staﬀ for appropriate remedial actions
- Have the ability to conﬁrm suitability of TTM plans prior to work starting on site
- Be aware of the requirements of non-motorised road users
- Be aware of the requirements of convoy working
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