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Lookout / Site Warden (LKT)

Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) Course Duration:

1 Day

Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) Course Venue

Abercynon or Customer's Own Site

Who Should Attend the Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) Course

People aged 18 and over that are required to give warning to others working in the railway environment when a train approaches or when people stray outside of specified worksite limits.

These duties are defined in the Rule Book as those carried out by a Lookout or Site Warden.

Objectives of the Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) Course

On successful completion of the Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) course delegates will be able to:

  • Carry out the duties of Lookout/Site Warden to the standard of competence in accordance with relevant Railway Group Standards

Content of the Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) Course

  • Duties of the COSS
  • Introduction to Lookout/Site Warden duties
  • Site Warden/Lookout's equipment
  • Duties of the Lookout
  • Duties of the On Track Plant Lookout
  • Lookout operated warning systems (LOWS)
  • Arrangements when PEE WEE equipment is employed (optional)
  • Arrangements when KANGO tamping equipment is employed (optional)
  • Theory assessment
  • Practical/verbal assessment
  • Completion of post course training objectives

Teaching Approach For The Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) Course

Classroom based theory and practical exercises with some on-site practical exercises. Theory and practical assessments are included.

Features of The Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) Course

On successful completion of this event an application will be sent to NCCA for a competence certificate valid for 2 years. Each delegate must be re-assessed every 2 years to renew their certification.

Special Requirements for the Lookout / Site Warden (LKT) Course

  • In-date medical on PTS card
  • Evidence of a negative drugs and alcohol screening in accordance with Network Rail Standard NR/L1/OHS/00124
  • A valid PTS Certificate must be presented to the trainer at the start of each event
  • A Personal Rule Book and or Track Safety Handbook should be brought to the event by each delegate
  • NCCA site ID and address of sponsoring organization will be required when booking the event

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