CSCS Health & Safety Roadworks & CSCS SLG Roadworks Differences

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CSCS Health & Safety Roadworks & CSCS SLG Roadworks Differences

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At Must Do Training, we’re often asked about the difference between the CSCS Health & Safety at Roadworks qualification and the CSCS Signing, Lighting & Guarding at Roadworks qualification.

Before you decide to send any of your employees on these courses, you should be clear as to which one is required.

Aside from the differences in cost and course duration, these courses differ in terms of course complexity and what tasks the qualification enables candidates to complete during the course of their work.


1. This is the 3-day course, and the qualification must be refreshed every 5 years

2. The SLG cardholder is essentially responsible for the signing, lighting and guarding arrangements on a particular site

3. The SLG cardholder must be onsite at all times when road signing, lighting and guarding is being installed, modified or removed on the roadway

4. Only an SLG cardholder can monitor the SLG arrangements and ensure they remain in place

5. If there are any changes being made to SLG arrangements already in place, these must be made by an SLG cardholder

6. If there’s an SLG issue, the SLG cardholder must be available to attend at short notice (so basically, they must be available onsite)


1. This is a one-day course

2. This course enables the cardholder to work under the SLG cardholder

3. This course enables the cardholder to clean/correct a sign on the road, or replace a sign that might have been moved or dislodged.

4. The role of the CSCS cardholder does not extend to changing the temporary traffic management arrangements/configuration, unless under the direct supervision of the SLG cardholder.

In short, anybody holding the CSCS Health & Safety @ Roadworks card is limited to moving a sign from one place to another (after being told where to move it to).

The Signing, Lighting & Guarding @ Roadworks cardholder is the person who has the actual ‘power’ when it comes to making a decision on-site and must be available onsite to monitor SLG arrangements and the Health & Safety @ Roadworks cardholders.