Temporary Traffic Management is a recognised high risk workplace activity. Staying up to date with the latest industry best practice assists all TTM staff and companies achieve improved safety outcomes at their sites.
Solutions in Transport has extensive background in the TTM industry through its work in developing best practice guidance, presenting at conferences and workshops on the latest industry practices, and assisting government agencies and industry.
To support the TTM industry, Solutions in Transport is now delighted to offer the following workshops and training events.
The Generic TGS process and its requirements are included in the Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management and are accepted for use by all Australian States and Territories.
This workshop provides an overview of recommended best practice guidance for the development and use of Generic TGSs for repetitive and routine tasks requiring temporary traffic management. The workshop includes a practical component to demonstrate the processes in the development of a Generic TGS library and the TGS selection process for use by a Traffic Management Implementer.
This workshop is targeted primarily at those temporary traffic management practitioners who hold the Traffic Management Design qualification. However, project managers in construction and maintenance will also gain a valuable insight into the recommended practices for use of Generic TGS that may be applied at their sites.
2 hour workshop providing an overview of TTM basics that Project Managers need to consider and apply when managing projects involving TTM. Using case examples an overview is provided of:
This workshop is typically for road agency officers who review and approve Temporary Traffic Management Plans (TMPs) and Traffic Guidance Schemes (TGSs) who may not hold the formal TTM Traffic Management Design qualification. The workshop provies an introduction to the basics of the TMP and TGS so that they attendees know what to look for and when to seek additional technical advice.
This workshop is focussed at those undertaking surveillance and audit of TTM at road worksites. It can be attended by those who carry out this role with or without the TMD qualification however some elements will require the more detailed TMD knowledge. This workshop provides an overview of:
• Roles of surveillance and audit officers.
This is a specialist session which is more a facilitated task working through the categorisation of council’s road network. The first stage session is targeted at those key staff only who are responsible for the overall categorisation of the network.
A second session is then undertaken with project and network managers to workshop the application of the road categorisation for individual works and projects to ensure that all TTM is cost effectively applied. This second session would discuss a risk management approach that has been developed and applied for other councils and develop a structure for rules to be applied in categorising the TTM required for individual projects and works.