Codes of practice
We have produced this draft code of practice for Working Safely on Jersey Roads.
The draft code is out for consultation until Friday 5th April 2019, if you would like to provide your feedback, fill out the online survey or e-mail us.
We are also working on another code of practice for Scaffolding on Jersey Roads, which will be available for consultation this summer.
Training and qualifications
In addition to the new codes of practice, we will introduce a one day training course to provide a standard safety qualification, accessible to people who carry out non-utility related road works, such as scaffolders, crane plant operators, building contractors, stone masons, tree surgeons or exterior building cleaners.
The course can be used as a safety refresher for people renewing their UK Street Works qualification, which is a requirement for anyone working in the utility sector.
A further half day course is available for those setting up or manually operate portable traffic signals.
Both courses will be delivered and administered by a local training provider and will include an ID card based certification system. Recertification will be required every 5 years.
Road works supervision and qualifications policy
Jersey road work safety and portable traffic signal (PTS) qualification