Summary / introduction
National Highway Sector Scheme 12 A/B/C/D for static temporary traﬃc management on motorways and high speed dual carriageways including on-line widening schemes.
All persons starting work for the ﬁrst time in the temporary traﬃc management industry, and those persons that do not hold any current NHSS 12 A/B/C/D registration cards.
This course covers;
- Quality Assurance and NHSS 12
- Health and Safety
- Safety Zones
- Basic Principles of Temporary Traﬃc Management (TTM) and Site Practice
- Maintaining a closure
On completion of this course learners will:
- Be aware of the relevant codes of practice and other associated documentation when involved in traﬃc management
- Be aware of Sector Schemes
- Understand the Quality Assurance process and NHSS documents
- Be aware of the diﬀerent types of roads across the UK road network
- Be aware of which roads / works are covered by which NHSS document
- Be aware of the diﬀerent classiﬁcations of “road users” i.e. pedestrians, horse riders, cyclists etc.
- Understand the diﬀerent terminology used in the TTM industry in relation to diﬀerent roads
- Understand the process(es) required to become a qualiﬁed Operative and obtain a skills registration card, plus ongoing training to Supervisor level
- Be aware of Health and Safety requirements including risk assessments and method statements
- Have an understanding of the variety of TTM equipment and the basic principles of its use
- Understand what constitutes a safety zone
- Be aware of the general Personal Protective Equipment
- Understand crossing the carriageway HSE CIS53
- Be aware of the diﬀerent types of vehicles used in TTM and where they are used
- Understand the environment where learners are expected to work
- Be aware of the safe way to enter / exit a site
- Be aware of the need to maintain sites, and what is involved
- Know how to deal with accidents and emergencies within the works area
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