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Road Safety Audits are a pro-active approach to road safety, forming an integral part of the safe system approach at all stages of the road construction and maintenance process.

IPWEAQ is offering a one-day workshop that has been developed to provide attendees with the opportunity to refresh their knowledge and skills for conducting or responding to a Road Safety Audit. This program will reference the Austroads Guide to Road Safety Part 6: Road Safety Audit, utilising case studies and exercises to provide practitioners and decision- makers with techniques to formally address road safety issues before accidents occur.

This program has been designed for road safety audit practitioners who have not conducted a sufficient number of road safety audits to allow them to remain on the register of accredited auditors. The course may also be useful for others who, while having maintained their accreditation, wish to hone their skills and knowledge. If you have previously been accredited, completion of this course will allow you to apply to remain on the register of accredited auditors.

  • Review of road safety auditing
  • Accreditation
  • Roadside hazards and treatments
  • Applying standards and achieving safety – is there a difference?
  • Utilising checklists
  • Deficiency identification
  • Report writing
  • Responding to the audit report

  • Lectures
  • Case studies
  • Group discussions
  • In-class activities

People will be proved with a Certificate of Attendance for this program.

To maintain registration as a Road Safety Auditor, the Department of Transport and Main Roads requires that you have:

  • current registration with the Department of Transport and Main Roads as a Road       Safety Auditor; and either:
    • completed a minimum of one (1) road safety audit per year; or
    • successfully completed an approved road safety auditors refresher course
 Non Member 
 CPD Hours


Lexy Rohde
Professional Development Manager


07 3632 6825