Lookout - Recert

Reaffirm your role as the sentinel of railway safety with our 'Lookout - Recertification' course. Refresh your skills, stay updated ... Show more
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Lookout – Recertification

 

Course Overview:

The “Lookout – Recertification” course is tailored for experienced Lookouts seeking to renew and update their skills and knowledge. This course ensures participants remain well-versed with the latest safety standards, observational techniques, and communication protocols essential for the effective and safe performance of the Lookout role.


Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Refresh their understanding of the Lookout role and its evolving responsibilities.
  2. Stay updated with the latest safety protocols and observational techniques.
  3. Enhance communication skills to effectively warn track workers of approaching dangers.
  4. Respond adeptly to emergencies and unexpected situations on the track.
  5. Engage in practical exercises to reinforce best practices and safety measures.

Course Content:

  • Recap of the Lookout role and its significance in railway safety.
  • Review of safety protocols, risk assessments, and recent advancements in observational techniques.
  • Updated communication techniques tailored for the modern Lookout role.
  • Hands-on training on using warning equipment and responding to real-life scenarios.
  • Assessment to evaluate understanding and readiness for recertification.

Who Should Attend?

This recertification course is ideal for:

  • Experienced Lookouts seeking to renew their certification.
  • Railway professionals aiming to stay updated with the latest Lookout safety protocols.
  • Employers aiming to ensure their Lookouts remain updated with the latest safety standards.

Certification:

Upon successful completion and passing the assessment, participants will receive a renewed “Lookout” Certificate, valid for another two years.