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This is a Network Rail COSS (Controller of Site Safety) course which will allow consists of SSOW Briefings, positioning Lookouts, Line blockages etc. Fastline delivers both COSS (Controller of Site Safety) Initial & Re-certification courses

Controller of Site Safety

COSS Assessment

Date:
19/12/2018
Time:
08:20
Location:
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COSS Re-Cert

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The Controller of Site Safety (recert) course acts as a refresher to train staff to correctly determine their responsibilities and duties when acting as a Controller of Site Safety (COSS) when setting up a safe system of work on or near the line. You need to make sure you complete the COSS workbook before attending this course. 

Course Content:

  • PTS Recertification
  • Terminology
  • Roles & responsibilities
  • Emergency procedures
  • AC & DC Electrical systems
  • Isolation permits
  • Signaling systems
  • Positioning Lookouts
  • Line Blockages
  • Effective Communications
  • Document Verification
  • Working in possessions

Duration:
5 Days
Cost:
£395.00 + V.A.T
Date:
21/01/2019
Time:
08:30
Location:
Rainham, Essex

COSS Initial

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This course is designed to train persons who have been nominated by their line manager/sponsor to enable them to attain the Controller of Site Safety (COSS) competence. The COSS competence is required to be held by anyone who is required to set up a safe system of work on or near the line for a group(two or more). A COSS can also carry out the duties of an IWA provided there are no medical restrictions that would prevent this. The COSS course will take delegates through the procedures as set out in the Rule Book; Handbook 6 (General Duties of an IWA), Handbook 7 (General duties of a controller of site safety (COSS), Handbook 8 (IWA,COSS or PC blocking a line), Handbook 9 (IWA or COSS setting up safe systems of work within possessions), Handbook 10 (Duties of the COSS and person in charge of a hand trolley) and Handbook 13 (Duties of the person in charge of the siding). The course includes the importance of using the correct communication protocols and adopting the appropriate behaviours to be able to carry out this role safely and effectively.

Course Content:

  • PTS Recertification
  • Terminology
  • Roles & responsibilities
  • Emergency procedures
  • AC & DC Electrical systems
  • Isolation permits
  • Signaling systems
  • Positioning Lookouts
  • Line Blockages
  • Effective Communications
  • Document Verification
  • Working in possessions

Requirements: 

  • Must hold a valid Sentinel Track Safety Card and meet the requirements of NR/L2/CTM/021 – Competence and Training in Track Safety.
  • Meet the medical requirements of Network Rail Standard NR/L2/OHS/00124 Competence Specific Fitness Medical Requirements In addition the requirements of Network Rail Specification NR/L1/OHS/051 (Drugs & Alcohol) must be met.
  • The Pre-COSS workbook needs to be completed and the Sponsor must register the completion of the Pre-COSS workbook with Sentinel
Duration:
7 Days
Cost:
£495.00 + V.A.T
Date:
25/01/2019
Time:
00:00
Location:
Rainham, Essex

COSS Re-Cert

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The Controller of Site Safety (recert) course acts as a refresher to train staff to correctly determine their responsibilities and duties when acting as a Controller of Site Safety (COSS) when setting up a safe system of work on or near the line. You need to make sure you complete the COSS workbook before attending this course. 

Course Content:

  • PTS Recertification
  • Terminology
  • Roles & responsibilities
  • Emergency procedures
  • AC & DC Electrical systems
  • Isolation permits
  • Signaling systems
  • Positioning Lookouts
  • Line Blockages
  • Effective Communications
  • Document Verification
  • Working in possessions

Duration:
5 Days
Cost:
£395.00 + V.A.T
Date:
04/02/2019
Time:
08:30
Location:
Rainham, Essex

COSS Initial

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This course is designed to train persons who have been nominated by their line manager/sponsor to enable them to attain the Controller of Site Safety (COSS) competence. The COSS competence is required to be held by anyone who is required to set up a safe system of work on or near the line for a group(two or more). A COSS can also carry out the duties of an IWA provided there are no medical restrictions that would prevent this. The COSS course will take delegates through the procedures as set out in the Rule Book; Handbook 6 (General Duties of an IWA), Handbook 7 (General duties of a controller of site safety (COSS), Handbook 8 (IWA,COSS or PC blocking a line), Handbook 9 (IWA or COSS setting up safe systems of work within possessions), Handbook 10 (Duties of the COSS and person in charge of a hand trolley) and Handbook 13 (Duties of the person in charge of the siding). The course includes the importance of using the correct communication protocols and adopting the appropriate behaviours to be able to carry out this role safely and effectively.

Course Content:

  • PTS Recertification
  • Terminology
  • Roles & responsibilities
  • Emergency procedures
  • AC & DC Electrical systems
  • Isolation permits
  • Signaling systems
  • Positioning Lookouts
  • Line Blockages
  • Effective Communications
  • Document Verification
  • Working in possessions

Requirements: 

  • Must hold a valid Sentinel Track Safety Card and meet the requirements of NR/L2/CTM/021 – Competence and Training in Track Safety.
  • Meet the medical requirements of Network Rail Standard NR/L2/OHS/00124 Competence Specific Fitness Medical Requirements In addition the requirements of Network Rail Specification NR/L1/OHS/051 (Drugs & Alcohol) must be met.
  • The Pre-COSS workbook needs to be completed and the Sponsor must register the completion of the Pre-COSS workbook with Sentinel
Duration:
7 Days
Cost:
£495.00 + V.A.T
Date:
15/02/2019
Time:
08:30
Location:
Rainham, Essex
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