This one-day course is designed for practitioners who want to understand how to reduce the risk of accidental injury to operatives and third parties whilst carrying out highway maintenance functions.
It covers the basic health and safety requirements for safe working on the highway, as well as an introduction to the relevant national standards for implementing traffic management for road works and other temporary obstructions in the highway.
The course covers the legal requirement to ensure the safety of people affected by highway operations and the potential consequences of failing to do so, in terms of criminal sanctions and civil claims for compensation.
The aim of the course is to explain the legal duties and potential liability of authorities and individual operatives working on the highway and to examine and discuss the hazards of working on the highway and identify appropriate control measures to reduce the risk.
The course explains the principles of temporary traffic management and their application to typical highway maintenance operations.
Unfortunately we don't have another date scheduled for this course, at the moment. If you wish to register your interest, please contact us using the button below. We will let you know once the next date has been arranged. Alternatively if we receive enough interest before then, we will schedule a course accordingly.