We are delighted to offer this Management, Planning and Permit course for Underground Cable Avoidance 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. A first for the industry; delegates will also be taught CAT manager & CAT manager online (Bluetooth) software enabling data acquisition and logging, giving supervisors/managers the ability to analyse completed surveys, explored locations, modes used and usage behaviours of employees creating real time monitoring on site.
Use real-time service plans/mapping of the outside location, with scenarios and relevant trouble shooting giving the participant a full interactive, informative and engaging training course incomparable with any other
-Overview of statistical analysis and legislation
-dangers, hazards associated with underground service detection
-Risk assessment, Safe System of Works and PPE
-Planning, utility maps and markings using real time mapping of the course location
-Cable Avoidance Tool model overviews, capabilities and inspection
-Cable Avoidance Tool practical familiarisation with CAT4/RD & 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
-Various practical exercises
Who is it 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.
What are the entry requirements?
There are no pre-requisites for this course however those attending should have a functional responsibility within the workplace for controlling or managing underground service detection
The course either has new dates in data loading, or is only run as a dedicated or In Company course.