Seven delegates from Powerday have passed a vehicle traffic marshalling course held at client, St George’s Battersea Reach site earlier this month.

The course equips those who have responsibility for manoeuvring vehicles on busy sites to do so in a safe and efficient manner. Delegates passing the course received a NPORS (National Plant Operators Recognition Scheme) card enabling them to take up vehicle traffic marshalling roles.

Powerday’s delegates included Kotuku Environmental Labour Project (KELP) candidate Amber Nicholas who says: “I had a very interesting day at Battersea Reach and was very pleased to have passed the course. I’m very grateful for the opportunity to attend and look forward to starting in a traffic marshalling role for Powerday”.

Simon Little, Sales & Marketing Director, Powerday says: “We are very pleased to be able to send so many delegates to the Battersea Reach course, and we are very grateful to St George for allowing us to hold the course on site. We are committed to the ongoing development of people at Powerday and are particularly happy that Amber could successfully complete the course. This will give Amber the ability to move on from the basic environmental training we provided and enable her to take her first step up the ladder. ”

The seven delegates will all be deployed as traffic marshals both on Powerday facilities and clients’ construction sites across London.