TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN ASSESSMENTS

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This one day course provides detailed information and assists professionals who are regularly assessing traffic management plans with a logical and comprehensive method of assessing plans for all situations. This course is widely sought after by engineers, supervisors, field surveillance officers and works managers engaged in the review and assessment of traffic management plans and covers all of the key elements of any traffic management plan.


This course covers the following topics:

  • Australian Standard 1742.3: Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices, Part 3: Traffic Control Devices for Works on Roads
  • Road management Act 2004: Worksite Safety- Traffic Management, Code of Practice
  • The laws relating to traffic control at work sites
  • Hazard identification and Risk Assessment for works on roads
  • Job Safety Analysis / Safe work method statement
  • Identification of Key Information for the works
  • Road system features
  • Works Traffic Management
  • Devices in Use
  • Additional information on the TMP
  • Application of Lateral Safety for the works
  • Application of Speed Reduction for the works
  • Memorandum of Authorisation
  • Speed Buffer Zones
  • Correct use of “Speed Ahead” signs
  • Determination of approach speed for the works “D”metres
  • Components of a Work Site
  • Taper Lengths – Diverge, Merge, Stepped Multilane, End Tapers and when TC operating
  • Spacing of Minor Traffic Control Devices – Cones and Bollards
  • Signs Selection including Multi Message Sign
  • Sign Distances
  • Traffic Controller requirements
  • Sign and sight configuration for TC operation
  • Pedestrian Control
  • Detours – Open and Closed

The duration of this training course is one day. The course will be delivered entirely face to face and comprises of theory and interactive workshopping for all students and requires attendance and participation in the training program which is presented by our qualified traffic management plans expert.

There are no defined course prerequisites; however it is recommended that students have completed the Traffic Control Roadwork Signing and Safety course prior to undertaking this course and one year’s demonstrable experience working as a traffic controller. Students must be able to read and understand the English language and be able to undertake some basic arithmetic.

Successful students will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance for the course undertaken.

These courses are delivered at our dedicated training facilities at Ringwood. The course can be presented at your location for groups or companies with a specific requirement quantity to a maximum of 20 persons.