site access traffic marshal
In association with Transport For London & the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
- Apply the principles of traffic management to the responsibilities of the SATM
- Direct and control vehicles in accordance with Health and Safety (Signs and Signals Regulations 1996)
- Direct and control traffic using the ‘Stop Works’ sign in accordance with Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 8
- Control vehicle movement to keep site traffic volumes at a manageable level
- Take steps to protect members of the public using temporary segregation and effective communication
- Check vehicles for contractual road risk requirements in accordance with the CLOCS Standard and FORS
- Take appropriate action in the event of non-conformity to contractual road risk requirements
- Take immediate actions in the event of an incident, road traffic collision or security breach
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