SROH / Safety Course training course
Dates and prices
*Limited places left*
SROH/Safety - November/December (virtual course)
Session 1 of 2*
29th November 2022
10 AM to 12:30 PM
Session 2 of 2*
1st December 2022
10 AM to 12:30 PM
* The course is delievered in two parts across two dates
The cost of each course is £295 per delegate for JAG(UK) members and £495 per delegate for non-members.
For in-person training courses lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Courses will be limited in size to 8 people per day and delegates
will be provided with course notes and handouts illustrating particular
JAG(UK) can also provide bespoke courses, or courses delivered at your offices, to authorities or groups of authorities directly.
David Capon is the JAG(UK) CEO and has worked extensively with the JAG(UK) community in delivering improved communications, management of the network and local knowledge and expertise. Dave regularly engages with the DfT, devolved Governments, Network Rail, National Highways, statutory undertakers and local authorities to deliver continuous improvement to the community. He works hard to support members authorities by attending regular national, regional and local meetings, providing an on-line library of existing legislation, regulations, procedures and guidance for authorities and their officers, acting as an online advisory service and providing prompt guidance on emerging issues and delivering a focused approach as part of the GeoPlace/Local Government Association family. Most notably, Dave has played a central role in the delivering of the permit legislation, guidance and operational advice. He has made a significant contribution to the finalisation of government sponsored Codes of Practice, regulations and impact assessments.
HAMP PROJECT MANAGER - KENT COUNTY COUNCIL
David has more than 40 years experience in Municipal and Highway Engineering. This started in 1972 when he joined Essex County Council as a trainee highway technician before moving to District Councils and municipal engineering, working on many diverse projects. In 1983 David moved to Kent, joining the Canterbury Highway Unit Projects Team where he qualified as an Incorporated Engineer and became a member of the ICE. He delivered a variety of schemes including highway reconditioning, pedestrianisation, Seafront regeneration, Park and ride sites and consultancy for wind power companies. Many of these projects won awards. Whilst at Canterbury he worked with Kent County Council, and The HSE on Health and safety issues particularly CDM and manual handling. In 2005 David joined Kent County Council and moved into Streetworks. Kent is the first County to implement a Permit Scheme and one of only two authorities piloting Lane Rental. David has chaired SEJAG (South East Joint Authorities Group), and joint chaired of SEHAUC (South East Highway Authorities and Utilities Committee). David was Joint Chair of HAUC England for many years standing down in April 2022 and is currently a Non Executive director of JAG UK.
Ian David has worked in the Streetworks environment for just short of 30 years and during this time has been a focused and driven practitioner, during a period of major change and improvement within the industry. Including some years of mainly being on-site and ‘in the field', Ian has experience of dealing with a wide range of projects right through the spectrum, from minor to major high impact works and major events affecting the highway network. Ian's time in the industry has included a significant amount of work at a national level with JAG (UK) and within his authority on network management systems. His work at a national and local level has included comprehensive involvement in NSG data improvement and maintenance. - Some years as a regional and then national CSS JAG and Welsh HAUC chair in Wales, working on street works strategy with practitioners and Welsh Government. - Ensured that, following the introduction of the Traffic Management Act, the Street Works Section in his authority were effectively involved in Network Management processes for all works impacting on the highway network. This has related to both safety at street works and the requirement to minimise disruption on the highway network. - Working with JAG (UK) for some years, representing Welsh highway authorities in developing new and revised national codes of practice and guidance. - Representing Welsh Highway Authorities at HAUC (UK), in order to assist in providing practical advice in strategic discussions with national utility company representatives and the DfT. - Working with authority streets representatives, GeoPlace and its predecessors for several years in progressing the quality of street and associated data, for use in street works and other street and address based systems. - Through involvement with significant sporting and recreational events affecting the highway, Ian has gained significant experience in events safety advice.