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[Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents [Area]. Technology Managing Agent Contractor Contract Service Information annex SI 18. Reference Documents TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -1. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents SERVICE INFORMATION FOR TECHMAC CONTRACT. annex SI 18. CONTENTS AMENDMENT SHEET. Revision Issue Amendments Initials Date Number 0 1 Tender Issue TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -2. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents 18 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS. The Reference Documents are those documents identified in the following Tables , , , and together with any amendments or additions thereto published by the Employer from time to time. Refer to paragraph of the Service Information for the duties of the Provider in relation to the Reference Documents. The documents listed in Table form part of the specification for the maintenance of the Traffic Technology Systems.

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1 [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents [Area]. Technology Managing Agent Contractor Contract Service Information annex SI 18. Reference Documents TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -1. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents SERVICE INFORMATION FOR TECHMAC CONTRACT. annex SI 18. CONTENTS AMENDMENT SHEET. Revision Issue Amendments Initials Date Number 0 1 Tender Issue TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -2. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents 18 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS. The Reference Documents are those documents identified in the following Tables , , , and together with any amendments or additions thereto published by the Employer from time to time. Refer to paragraph of the Service Information for the duties of the Provider in relation to the Reference Documents. The documents listed in Table form part of the specification for the maintenance of the Traffic Technology Systems.

2 In the listed documents the Provider is responsible for all the duties and requirements placed on the:- Regional Maintenance Contractor (RMC). Regional Maintenance Contractor Managing Consultant (RMCMC). Site Data Designer (SDD). and additionally some responsibilities formerly carried out by the: Highways Agency Area Managing Agent (MA). Highways Agency Area Term Maintenance Contractor (TMC). Highways Agency Managing Agent Contractor (MAC). DBFO Company Including: provision of temporary traffic management for planned works, slot cutting in carriageway surfacing for life expired inductive loop renewal, CCTV. mast winch test certification, inspection and reporting to the Service Manager on the provision by Others of safe and unobstructed access and adequate visibility to roadside Traffic Technology Systems, including control of adjacent vegetation. The listed documents are subject to revisions and updating, it is the Provider's responsibility to ensure they are working to the latest copies.

3 Documents listed in Table are available from TSS Plans Registry, Bristol, Tel: 01173 728270. or email The Traffic Technology Systems maintenance documents cover the procedures, service levels, fault management and routine maintenance requirements for the National Motorway Communications System (NMCS). TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -3. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents Figure shows the relationship and hierarchy, provides an indication of what they contain and outlines the scope and content of the Employer's maintenance documentation in Table The documents are categorised into the following sections; General, Maintenance Procedures, Fault Management, Routine Maintenance, National Roadside Telecommunications Services (NRTS), Installation, Regional Control Centre, Commissioning and Decommissioning, Information Management and Site Data and Business Management.

4 TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -4. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents Table Ref. Publication Brief Description General MCS 206 List of Drawings, Index of traffic systems and signing Specifications and Instructions drawings instructions and other documents of a technical nature held in the TSS Plans Registry MCX 0131 Series Drawings Installation Drawings, Typical Schematic Drawings and Schedule of Symbols for NMCS1;NMCS2;MIDAS;Signals;. Telephones MCH 1952 Specifications that define procedures, instructions and requirements relating to the maintenance of the Highways Agency Traffic Technology Systems Maintenance Procedures 1 MCH 1349 Operational and Status of the equipment and systems Maintenance Requirements for being maintained. Traffic Technology Systems and Equipment Requirement of scheme to meet operational and support maintenance. 2 MCH 1350 Liaison with Third Parties.

5 Provider's responsibility for third party fault management 3 MCH 1399 Notification of Changes in Changes in maintenance equipment Equipment Quantities 4 MCH 1461 Contractor Reports and Reporting / availability and performance Availability / Performance calculations from communications Calculations maintenance 5 MCH 1470 Procedure for the The requirements for the production of Production of Site Records for site records to be completed by the Maintenance (see amendments Contractor for maintenance. following this table). 6 MCH 623 Approval of Dedicated Approval of personnel and replacements Maintenance Team and Changes TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -5. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents Ref. Publication Brief Description 7 MCH 1652 Communications Records Defines the Employer's requirements for Drawings Computer Aided formatting of CAD drawings including Drawings Standard layering conventions.

6 8 MCS 216 Bulk Purchase Equipment Lists Bulk Purchase Equipment Store Store Codes (HA Internal Document) Codes TD 24 Signals Permanent traffic signals and associated equipment at junctions and signalled pedestrian crossings on APTRs MCH 1980 Process for the Process for the Commissioning and Commissioning and Handover of Handover of Traffic Technology Systems Traffic Technology Systems MCH 2744 Ramp Metering Operational Procedures MCH 2745 Ramp Metering Maintenance Handover Procedures MCH 2754 Ramp Metering Maintenance Matrix of Responsibility MCH 1788(draft) HADECS Advanced Motorway Indicator and HADECS Enforcement Special Equipment Maintenance Procedures. M42 J3A -7 Active Traffic Management Pilot Project - Revision F June 2006 (draft). Maintenance Plan MCH 1788 Advanced Motorway Special maintenance procedure for Indicator and HADECS Enforcement correct and proper maintenance of AMI. Equipment Special Maintenance signals and HADECS Equipment.

7 Fault Management MCH 1381 Reporting NMCS Procedure for reporting all problems Operational Problems observed on a NMCS system except site data anomalies. Technology Performance An overview of the Employer's TPMS with Management Service (TPMS) schematic system flow charts. 11 MCH 1433 Cable Repair Procedures The object of this instruction is to specify cable repairs policy and practices for the armoured and unarmoured ducted communication and energy cable infrastructures. TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -6. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents Ref. Publication Brief Description 12 MCH 1453 Mini Carrier Systems Responsibilities of maintenance activities 13 MCH 640 Guide for the Installation of Guide for the Installation of Detector Detector Loops Loops on Motorways and all Purpose Trunk Roads 14 MCH 690 Maintenance boundaries Responsibilities of maintenance activities for Transmission Stations at Transmission Stations.

8 15 MCH 698 Requirements for Repair Procedure which is applicable to all and Reinstatement of Damaged damaged communications equipment. It Motorway Communications defines the procedure to be adopted in Equipment Including Cable the event of damaged to the motorway communications system, and in particular, buried troughed or ducted cables. 15a MCH 1867 NOMAD Fault Reporting Reporting/availability and performance calculations of Traffic Technology Systems. Routine Maintenance 16 MCH 1425 Motorway Communication Tests on cable performance Cable and Equipment 17 MCH 1654 Routine Maintenance of Routine maintenance of telemetry units at the Telemetry T1000 Units Transmission Stations 18 MCH 1760 Routine Maintenance Identifies the minimum frequencies for Procedures (see amendments carrying out the routine maintenance following this table) procedures and inspections. For each type of equipment, it refers to the relevant MCH document for the routine maintenance procedures.

9 19 MCH 1851 Maintenance of Ducted Maintenance Instruction for Ducted Cable Cable Infrastructure Infrastructure 20 MCH 1865 NOMAD Asset Surveys Database is a central register for all and Inspections Highways Agency motorway communications assets TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008. A18 -7. [Area] TechMAC Service Information annex SI 18 Reference Documents Ref. Publication Brief Description 21 MCH 1950 Transmission Equipment The systems and equipment used to carry data and speech to support the NMCS. and other control and communications systems. 22 MCH 1957 Electrical Tests and The electrical installations associated with Inspections the NMCS and other control and communications systems. 23 MCH 1743 Telephones Testing and cleaning of these telephones is undertaken to ensure a satisfactory service to the public in line with the road users charter which sets the requirements for roadside emergency telephone system with published standards of service.

10 24 MCH 1949 Signals Signal Equipment is used to display restrictions, instructions or warnings to drivers. 25 MCH 1685 Message Signs Message signs equipment comprises all types of Enhanced Message Signs (EMS). and Variable Message Signs. These signs and all used to convey driver information or instructions to motorists. 26 MCH 1953 NOMAD Asset Bar Code Bar code reader equipment. All assets will Procedures have an allocated bar code to be used for unique identification of each asset. 27 MCH 1948 MIDAS Motorway Incident Detection and Automatic Signalling. Objective of MIDAS. Routine Maintenance of MIDAS is to prevent secondary accidents due to equipment congestion. 28 MCH 1951 Equipment comprises all the systems and equipment used to support the National Routine Maintenance of Instation Motorway Communication System Equipment (NMCS) Emergency Telephone System. 29 MCH 682/1844 CCTV The minimum routine maintenance procedures and requirements on Camera Masts, Poles and Mountings TechMAC Model 5, Issue 1, Revision 0 June 2008.


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