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NR/L2/SIG/50035/MOD02 ISSUE 1

Competence Standard Module: Competence and Training for the Competence Framework; CCS Signal Maintenance Level Crossings

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Organization: NR
Publication Date: 4 December 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 26
scope:

This module sets out the minimum requirements for the training and competency assessment of individuals who undertake signal engineering activities on level crossings on Network Rail managed infrastructure. 

It applies to all individuals who undertake maintenance, faulting, repair, installationand inspection of level crossing equipment on Network Rail managed infrastructure, unless the employer can demonstrate fundamental equivalence in the assurance of employee competence by using an alternative system. 

The Parent and Child (shown as bullets) competences in scope for this Competence Standard Module are set out in Table 1.

Purpose

This module confirms that individuals who undertake signal engineering work are competent and hold the appropriate competences to perform the work safely and correctly. 

It should be read in conjunction with NR/L2/SIG/50035 and provides the detailedrequirements for the award and maintenance of the competences within the CCS Signal Maintenance Level Crossings Competence Framework.

Document History

NR/L2/SIG/50035/MOD02 ISSUE 1
December 4, 2021
Competence Standard Module: Competence and Training for the Competence Framework; CCS Signal Maintenance Level Crossings
This module sets out the minimum requirements for the training and competency assessment of individuals who undertake signal engineering activities on level crossings on Network Rail managed...

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