SLG Signing Lighting Guarding & Monitoring Of Unit
The course is for anyone who wants to be able to supervise others setting up signing, lighting and guarding equipment on highways.
Learn how to the safely set out of traffic lights, signs, cones and barriers.
Understand the safety implications of carrying out Streetworks
Delegates will receive an SQA Certificate and an SWQR card.
- New Roads and Street Works Act 1991
- Basic principles of Signing, Lighting and Guarding
- Traffic control measures
- Practical use of the Approved Code of Practice 2002
- Portable Traffic Lights
- Practical use of equipment
A high proportion of hands-on demonstrations and practical exercises, as well as a hand-out pack. Assessment will be by written test paper and observations during the course.
Candidates should provide their own PPE including, hi-vis, gloves, protective footwear, safety glasses and hard hat.
Candidates should be physically and mentally fit to withstand the rigours of training.
Delegates will receive a SQA Certificate and a SWQR card.
Each candidate needs to supply 2 passport
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