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The Temporary Traffic Management at Roadworks: Latest Standards seminar is a half day seminar running from 09.30hrs to 13.00hrs, organised by National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO).
Note: This half day training seminar is not a replacement for the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) and/or SOLAS 3-day Signing, Lighting and Guarding at Roadworks training. However, the seminar will be good refresher training for those who have already completed their SOLAS 3-day training and are looking to keep their knowledge up to date.
Athlone, Dublin, Cork, Sligo
Seminar Fee: €125 NISO members / €150 non members
Seminar Overview / Who Should Attend?
There are major changes effecting temporary traffic management standards in Ireland. In June 2017, the Department of Transport initiated a major consultation with the sector on a new operations document. This will have a significant impact on existing temporary management design standards and training. Any organisation working on or near roads will be impacted by these changes.
This seminar is relevant to any organisation working on or near public roads. Such work includes:
This includes local authorities, consultants and contractors.
Managers, job planners, engineers, safety staff and supervisors within those organisations will be given practical advice on:
Dates and Venues:
Cork: 2 June 2023; Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Ditchley House, Castleview, Little Island, Co. Cork
Sligo: 28 September 2023; Clayton Hotel Sligo, Clarion Road, Ballinode, Sligo, F91 N8EF
Dublin: 26 October 2023; NISO Training Centre, A11 Calmount Park, Ballymount, Dublin 12, D12 EH21
Athlone: 25 October 2023; Radisson Blu Hotel, Northgate Street, Athlone, Co. Westmeath
[More venues may be added subject to demand]
09.30 The Significant Changes introduced by revised Chapter 8 and Guidance Documents
09.50 Managing Safety at Roadworks Sites
10.10 Training and Competence
10.30 Risk Assessment
11.15 Pedestrians and Cyclists
11.45 Roadworks Job Packs
12.15 Client Obligations
Half day from 09.30hrs to 13.00hrs.
Certificate of Attendance:
Participants who have successfully completed the training will be issued with a NISO certificate of attendance.
There is no assessment but active participation is required.
Charlie Kerr (BE CEng MIEI)
Charlie is a professional and nationally recognised engineer with solid design, management and operational experience in road asset management, traffic management and health and safety. He is the managing director at Tobar Segais, a consultancy firm engaged by the Department of Transport, large consultants and contractors on new standards development and innovative projects. Charlie holds the unique position of being a principle member of every group on national standards for traffic management at roadworks
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