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
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.
UNIT 321 NRSWA AND PERMIT COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS
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
UNIT 301 HEALTH & SAFETYExplain their responsibilities under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and other relevant regulationsDiscuss areas of potential danger associated with their job and the procedures in placeTo carry out a straightforward risk assessmentExplain the correct reporting proceduresSuccessfully complete the 6033 Unit 301 Assessment
UNIT 321: NRSWA AND PERMIT COMPLIANCE INSPECTIONS
By the end of the course delegates will be able to :-
At the end of the course, candidates should :-
Understand the reasons for carrying out NRASW and Permit Compliance Inspections and the different types of inspectionsCorrectly 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 SchemeBe able to identify who is liable for the cost of repairsBe aware of how to work in accordance with the New Roads & Street Works ActUnderstand the Reinstatement Defect Process and Signing, Lighting & Guarding Inadequacy ProcessUnderstand the Opening/Closing Notices and the Coordination Code of PracticeBe aware of the Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in HighwaysBe aware of the requirements of the TMA (Traffic Management Act) 2004Understand their responsibilities in relation to Section 74 of the Highways ActBe aware of the requirements of the local HAUC and local Permit scheme