Scottish Government has published Coronavirus (COVID-19): safer businesses and workplaces guidance to support Scotland's move to beyond Level 0.
Transport Scotland and its operating companies are running a campaign to tackle road worker abuse following a survey of staff working on Scotland’s trunk roads.
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner added the attached news article from the Highway's Magazine.
(SUPERSEDED) The Scottish Road Works Commissioner has issued a statement relating to COVID-19 and the recent Scottish Government guidance on carrying out road works.
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner has added the following news item from HAUC(UK).
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner has issued penalties totalling £94,000 to six utility organisations for failing to comply with their statutory obligations when placing cables and pipes in roads.
The Roads Authorities and Utilities Committee Scotland (RAUCS) has published the latest Coring report covering reinstatements carried out by utility companies for the period from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019. In connection with this the Co-Chairs of RAUC(S) have issued a statement.
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner has issued a statement, giving advice on the changes to undertaking road works during the COVID-19 restricted period.
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner has issued a statement, giving advice on the importance of Site Specific Risk Assessments as we begin to move out of the COVID-19 lockdown.
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner, in consultation with the RAUC(S) community has issued a letter, giving advice on undertaking road works during the COVID-19 pandemic.