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Site Access Traffic Marshal

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Union Jack Club

Sandell Street

London

SE1 8UJ

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Competent Site Access Traffic Marshals are recognised as a ‘Planned Measure’ within Construction Logistics Plans and are a key part of the planning consent process. Well-planned construction logistics helps improve the safety of vulnerable road users whilst reducing congestion and environmental impact.

The Site Access Traffic Marshal is the ‘responsible person’ employed at the point where the construction site meets the public highway. This training course prepares individuals for the full role and responsibilities to be undertaken at these site access points. It underpins the importance of road safety whilst reducing the impacts of construction logistics operations on the road network.

This course covers:

  • The principles of traffic management and the responsibilities of the Site Access Traffic Marshal
  • Directing and controlling vehicles in accordance with Health and Safety (Signs and Signals Regulations 1996 L64) to ensure safe manoeuvring
  • Directing and controlling traffic using the ‘Stop Works’ sign in accordance with Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 8 to ensure safe site access and egress
  • Controlling vehicle movement to keep site traffic volumes at a manageable level through effective communication and radio procedure
  • Taking steps to protect members of the public using temporary segregation and effective communication
  • Checking vehicles for contractual road risk requirements in accordance with the CLOCS Standard and FORS accreditation
  • Appropriate action to take in the event of non-conformity to contractual road risk requirements
  • Immediate actions to take in the event of an incident, road traffic collision or security breach
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