Online: Cable Avoidance for Managers
Course duration 1 day. Certificate valid for 3 years.
- Started 20 May 2021Started 20 May 2021
- Starting from £175Starting from £175
The Cable Avoidance For Managers course is for anyone who has functional responsibility for controlling underground service risks on a construction site, such as site supervisors, site managers, project managers, safety managers. This Management, Planning and Permit course for Underground Cable Avoidance (CAT4 SPX) which has been designed to give all tiers of management a more advanced understanding and awareness about cable avoidance planning, the equipment and its capabilities and what processes are required to implement a safe system of work iaw HSG47. Learners will also be taught CAT manager software enabling data acquisition and logging, giving supervisors/managers the ability to analyse completed surveys, explored locations, modes used and usage behaviors of employees creating real time monitoring on site. - Overview of statistical analysis and legislation - Dangers, hazards associated with underground service detection - Risk assessment, Safe System of Works and PPE - Planning and map marking familiarisation - Cable Avoidance Tool model overviews, capabilities and inspection - Cable Avoidance Tool practical familiarisation with CAT3/4 & Genny across all modes - Data acquisition and logging with analysis techniques - How to set up internal monitoring procedures for data - Safe digging practices - Permit to dig and its requirements - Role of the Underground Service Coordinator/Supervisor (USS) - Various practical exercises There are no pre-requisites for this Cable Avoidance For Managers course, however those attending should have a functional responsibility within the workplace for controlling or managing underground service detection.
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