If you work on roads, the Road Management Act 2004 requires that you are appropriately trained and qualified to carry out the works, manage the non-road activities and direct traffic.
If you are responsible for setting up traffic controls, including signs and bollards, you need to understand how to display these controls and why they are used. Anyone completing work on or near a road as part of their work activities should receive training and information relevant to the tasks being undertaken.
This work health and safety course specifies the competency required to implement a traffic management plan for works on roads ensuring traffic flow is maintained and risk to the safety of the public and workers is minimised. It includes the minimum criteria for competency assessment.
The training includes traffic management plans for public and private roads, parking areas and restricted access construction sites.
Discount Offer: If you enrol in this course and enrol in the Control Traffic with a Stop-Slow Bat course, you can get a combined discount rate at $350 instead of $440.
To apply for this discount, download this form here and either post to us or email us. The form contains the latest address details.
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