New road and street works are everywhere across the UK, keeping our roads safe and traffic moving. In addition, they play a significant role in the supply chain to keep deliveries and haulage moving and maintain our constant supply of living basics like gas and electricity.
A lot of preparation goes into NRSW, with signing, lighting and guarding duties absolutely critical to ensure operative and public safety. As such, training is required to ensure these duties are done safely and follow the NRSW Act regulations.
This CABWI certification delivers the necessary skills, knowledge, and understanding of Signing, Lighting & Guarding – Experienced Operatives (O1). It is primarily aimed at operatives who have worked on the highway before and prepare them to carry out these activities as part of their role.
With a mix of practical, video, and classroom-based exercises and tutorials, delegates will cover legislative and administrative knowledge and awareness while taking part in practical tuition to learn signing, lighting and guarding measures correctly.
The course reflects national standards and industry best practices and is fully accredited in line with regulations. In addition, choose to learn with Citrus, and delegates benefit from training in our custom-built training facilities and customer-first approach to how we do business.
Our occupationally and technically-experienced educators will assess delegates in this one-day course, awarding successful delegates a CABWI unit accreditation.
This assessment is perfect for operatives with experience of working on highways who need to erect signing, lighting and guarding for work. Delegates will review legal requirements, ensure safety compliance, and understand procedures and appropriate documentation and classifications.
The course content includes;
- The New Roads and Street Works Act
- Basic principles of signing, lighting and guarding
- Traffic control measures and when to use them
- Practical use of the Code of Practice
- Portable traffic lights and when to use them
- Practical use of equipment for street works and new roads
- Using Stop and Go, boards
At the end of the assessment, successful delegates will:
- Understand the basic principles of the NRSW Act and standards following CABWI
- Identify and use correct appropriate traffic control measures
- Erect and dismantle signing, lighting and guarding safely following the Code of Practice
- Correctly and confidently operate the signage, lighting and guarding equipment
Who Should Attend?
This Signing, Lighting and Guarding training course is for operatives who have some experience of working on the highways and need to erect signing, lighting and guarding for work on the roadways and highways as part of their job role.
This one-day comprehensive course trains delegates to understand the challenges, processes and protocols of New Road and Street Works operations and regulations.
Quality and the customer experience are paramount to us here at Citrus. We work tirelessly to provide exemplary service to our clients and produce excellent results from our delegates. As a result, we are the leading UK-based provider of health, safety, and technical training and assessment services to the Built Environment and Utility sectors.
We proudly work with 85 of the country’s top 100 building services companies providing courses nationwide. As a CABWI approved training provider, we deliver The Street Works scheme through our accredited centres in our custom-built, real-world training facilities, offering safe and realistic training simulations.
Serving the sector for nearly 20 years, our dedicated trainers provide expert knowledge and occupational experience in delivering NRSW Courses. As a result, we’ve successfully delivered training for over 45,000 delegates across the New Roads and Street Works (NRSW) training category.
Things You Need to Know
This CABWI Certified course has practical elements, so delegates must inform their trainer if they have any serious health issues, physical problems, special considerations, or take any medication, which may create difficulties in taking this training course.
Delegates need to provide a passport photograph on the day of training so we can issue their SWQR Cards.
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