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Unaccredited - Traffic Banksman - Vehicle Marshalling course syllabus.

Course Description

Is the Traffic Banksman - Vehicle Marshalling course accredited by an official body?

This course has a certificate issued by the Training Provider. It is not accredited by any outside body but is a valuable aid to gaining knowledge in this field.

What is the Unaccredited - Traffic Banksman - Vehicle Marshalling course?

Category: Health-and-Safety
Level: Beginner

This course is designed for candidates who have the responsibility for ensuring the safe movement of vehicles on & off-site.  Candidates will generate an understanding of the health, safety and communication issues associated with the movement and marshalling of vehicles within a working site.  The course also focuses on the importance of visibility taking into account the dangers involved with pedestrians and moving vehicles on & off-site

How much is a Traffic Banksman - Vehicle Marshalling course?
As a broker we have a large number of Training Providers who advertise their courses with us. The lowest price we have is £50.00 and the highest price is £135.00

These prices may include Classroom, e-Learning, Distance Learning and In-House (On-Site) options.

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Who is the Unaccredited - Traffic Banksman - Vehicle Marshalling course designed for?

This course is designed for candidates who have the responsibility for ensuring the safe movement of vehicles on & off-site.

What subjects does the Unaccredited - Traffic Banksman - Vehicle Marshalling course cover?

Discuss and understand applicable health & safety legislation for carrying out vehicle marshalling, i.e. The health & safety (safety signs & signals) regulations.

Generate an understanding of ‘Section 7’ of the HSAWA (1974) in relation to the safety of themselves and others / co-workers.

Outline the requirements for conducting risk assessments on site with the ability to perform dynamic risk assessments whilst a vehicle is moving within its associated environment.

Introduce and generate an understanding of the importance of giving clear instructions and communication to the driver of a vehicle when carrying out marshalling duties on site.

Demonstrate effective communication with other workers on site emphasising the main dangers from vehicle movement.

Develop the ability to control moving vehicles on & off-site, focusing on the level of consciousness required at all times to maintain site safety.

How is the Unaccredited - Traffic Banksman - Vehicle Marshalling course assessed?

A written test consisting of 20 questions followed by a practical assessment to demonstrate the marshalling skills that have been learnt and retained

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