Amendment to the Safety at street works and road works code of practice consultation (Consultation package - introduction) (Withdrawn)
The 2001 Code of practice will be updated to reflect changes in legislation, including the Disability Discrimination Act 2005, Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act and the CDM regulations. The update will also extend the application to all roads except dual carriageways with a speed limit of 50 mph or higher and motorways, clarify statutory application for works for road purposes in England and Wales, there is also improvement to guidance covering risk assessment, the needs of cyclists, mobile and short-term works, railway level crossings or near trams, safety of unattended sites, maintaining consistency with Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual and use of high visibility clothing.
Withdrawn. Superseded by Safety at street works and road works - a code of practice. October 2013. 2nd impression (with amendments), June 2014 (DfT, 2013). Consultation package comprises: this consultation introduction, Annex A - consultation response form, Annex B - draft Code of practice, Annex C - impact assessment, Annex D - list of Safety Working Group Members, Annex E - Code of practice on consultation and Annex F - List of consultees. Consultation closed on 2 June 2010.
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