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Temporary Traffic Management

Next Course Date 

4 June 2024

Duration

1 day

Member Price 

$600 + GST

Location 

Head Office - Brisbane

CPD Hours 

6

Non Member Price

$900 + GST

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Temporary Traffic Management Practice for Managers, Supervisors and Project Managers


Temporary Traffic Management (TTM) represents one of the highest WHS risks to Road Infrastructure Managers (RIM) due to the volume of activities that occur on and near roads and the serious outcomes that may arise in the event of a traffic incident. Asset owners must have a clear understanding of the associated risks and develop the policies, procedures, guidance, and systems that ensure that best practice TTM is implemented as practicable.

This one-day workshop will provide a practical overview of the new standards, the key changes in TTM practice, and other key elements that must be applied to achieve compliance. 

Content

Key learnings will impart a better understanding of best practice TTM and explore the potential for substantial cost savings by reducing the level of TTM and the subsequent costs for a wide range of low impact and short-term activities without a reduction in safety.

Who should attend?

This workshop is primarily aimed at staff involved in the areas of planning and managing road construction and maintenance activities, including, but

not limited to:

  • Road Asset Managers

  • Engineers

  • Technical professionals

  • Project Managers

  • Supervisors

  • Inspectors

Summary

  • An overview of all reference documentation

  • Key changes in TTM practice

  • RIM role and obligations

  • Policy and process documentation

  • Self-delivered services

  • 3rd party works

  • RIM role in procuring and managing projects with TTM

  •  Procurement of TTM and risks commonly seen.

  • Roles responsibilities of RIM / PCBU / TTM contractor

  • Current industry issues and risks

  • Overview of TTM technical requirements

  • Introduction to a TMP, its requirements and contents, and what to expect

  • Introduction to the TGS design and best guidance for oversight training requirements

  • Best practice processes for surveillance and inspection of TTM on site.

Facilitator

Dan Sullivan

30 years involved with TTM Austroads Project Manager for AGTTM Queensland
TMR specialist panel
TMD course developer
TMD Open – 001
Registered Professional Engineer Queensland (RPEQ)

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