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The HAUC(UK) App

The HAUC(UK) App, designed to give you the most up to date access to safety information when undertaking street and road works, whether in the office or on site.

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Covid-19 Road and Street Works Bulletin 006: Charges and Permits cancelled revoked or shut down due to Covid-19.

Where cancellation, extension, revocation, or early closedown before work was completed due to Covid-19 is proven, the subsequent permit issued for the same job should be at no charge provided the following conditions are met:

Covid-19 Road and Street Works Bulletin 005.6: Training & Accreditation

Following the publication of the government route map for exiting lockdown, and the proposed easing of restrictions, we recognise that difficulties will continue for Street Works Operatives and Supervisors in renewing their cards owing to the reduced capacity of assessment centres and other parts of the street works accreditation system, as a result of Covid-19.

Covid-19 Road and Street works Bulletin 002.1

The Government’s advice in England has been updated and new guidance has been published, including a request for the construction sector to return to work where it is possible and safe to do so.

Covid-19 Road and Street works Bulletin 001.3

Reminder to all practitioners of the need to continue to work together, collaborate and communicate during the deployment of new permit schemes (PS) and Street Manager (SM).

HAUC(UK) 5 Year Vision

HAUC(UK) five year vision for Street and Road Works in the UK

The Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in Highways – 4th Edition

An Overview of the Key Changes to SROH for Managers and Supervisors [Prepared by the HAUC (UK) SROH Working Party]. Coming into force as statutory guidance on 10th May 2021