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NRSWA and Permit Compliance Inspections - C & G 6033 Units 301 & 321 (4 days + assessments TBA)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Those who work for:

  • The Highway Authority - NRSWA Inspectors, Traffic Managers, Supervisors, Managers, NRSWA Administration Staff
  • Utility & Private Contractors - Supervisors, Managers and NRSWA Administration Staff.
  • UNIT 301 HEALTH & SAFETY

    AIMS

  • To give delegates an awareness of the hazards and risks associated with carrying out Highway Inspection duties and the procedures in place to protect them.
  • To give delegates safety training input to enable delegates to go forward for 301 assessment.
  • OBJECTIVES

    By the end of the course delegates will be able to:-

  • Explain their responsibilities under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and other relevant regulations
  • Discuss areas of potential danger associated with their job and the procedures in place
  • To carry out a straightforward risk assessment
  • Explain the correct reporting procedures
  • Successfully complete the 6033 Unit 301 Assessment
  • CONTENT

  • Health & Safety at Work Act
  • Duty of care
  • Provision & use of work equipment regulations (PUWER)
  • Manual handling regulations
  • Risk assessments
  • Codes of practice
  • Traffic awareness
  • Needle sticks
  • Safe working procedures
  • Local departmental requirements and guidelines
  • UNIT 321: NRSWA AND PERMIT COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS

    AIMS

  • To prepare candidates to undertake the Unit 321 assessments
  • To provide an understanding of the need to carry out NRSWA & Permit compliance inspections
  • To provide an understanding of the codes of practice, legislation and the local HAUC & Permit Schemes
  • OBJECTIVES

    At the end of the course, candidates should:

  • Understand the reasons for carrying out NRASW and Permit Compliance Inspections and the different types of inspections.
  • Correctly carry out inspections in accordance with the Code of Practice for Inspections 2002: other national Legislation/ Codes of Practise; the local HAUC and the local Permit Scheme.
  • Be able to identify who is liable for the cost of repairs.
  • Be aware of how to work in accordance with the New Roads & Street Works Act
  • Understand the Reinstatement Defect Process and Signing, Lighting & Guarding Inadequacy Process
  • Understand the Opening/Closing Notices and the Coordination Code of Practice
  • Be aware of the Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in Highways
  • Be aware of the requirements of the TMA (Traffic Management Act) 2004
  • Understand their responsibilities in relation to Section 74 of the Highways Act
  • Be aware of the requirements of the local HAUC and local Permit scheme
  • CONTENT

  • Site Classification
  • Reasons for Inspections
  • Types of Inspection
  • Code of Practice for Inspections
  • Coordination Code of Practice
  • Code of Practice for Permits
  • Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in Highways
  • Highway Reinstatement
  • Carrying out an inspection
  • Defect recognition
  • Intervention levels
  • Measuring/Interpreting the results/Taking Photographs
  • Recording of Inspections
  • ETON6-Reporting to/from Undertakers
  • Reinstatement Defect Process
  • Signing, Lighting & Guarding Inadequacy Process
  • Opening/Closing Notices
  • TMA 2004
  • Section 74
  • Local HAUC and local Permit Schemes
  • Local Policies & Procedures/other relevant local/National documents
  • Scheduled Dates Available

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