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Sign Structures and Passive Safety - what's new
Online course for non-specialists brings you up-to-date on sign structures
Date: 24 March 2021
Booking code: 437
Price: £295 per delegate
Start time: 10.00
Finishing time: 12:00
Tel: 020 8846 3220
This is an online course delivered over two days, with each session lasting for two hours, from 10 am to noon. The training will be live and interactive and delegates will have opportunities to ask questions directly to the trainer or via the e-chat. The training is delivered via Zoom.
Are you wondering what the expanded (2021) Sign Structures Guide contains, and what has changed? Have you picked up on changes to Highways England and other standards?
This course for non-specialists brings you up-to-date whether or not you have attended one of our previous sign structures courses.
With the need to specify safe but economic sign supports, often with the need also for passive safety, many designers of traffic signs would welcome more guidance on the structural aspects.
Delivered by Simon Morgan editor and co-author of the Sign Structures Guide and chair of the BSI committee for UK traffic sign standards. This course is for non-specialist and covers the basic theory of sign support and foundation design and how to apply the new standards in practice.
A brief introduction to the subject followed by an update on the changes in:
- 2021 IHE Sign Structures Guide
- 2020 revision of Highways England minor structures standard CD 354
- 2019 revision of the passive safety standard BS EN 12767
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