AusQ Training specialise in traffic management training across Western Australia.

Webinars

Dates & Times
Friday, 6 April 2018
Where:  Online Webinar
Time:  10am (45 minutes)
Cost: FREE
Registrations are essential as places are limited. Register Now

Session Topics
New Changes – Main Roads WA Code of Practice Works on Roads
In this 45-minute FREE webinar, you will gain essential knowledge on the new changes ahead being released during March 2018. Some of the topics that will be discussed:

  • Changes to TCD term – alignment to national harmonisation
  • Authorising TMPs – provides guidance on role of road authorities when reviewing/authorising
  • Generic TMP – site inspection requirements clarified
  • MRWA TMP Template – template set as a minimum requirement for design
  • Complex traffic arrangements – definitions clarified and expanded
  • Workzone Barrier – additional guidance notes provided about level of detail required in TMPs
  • WTM & AWTM responsibilities – definitions and duties clarified
  • Works at signalised intersections – amendments to procedure when carrying out works at signals
  • Innovative traffic control devices – how to find out details of new products/devices available
  • BWTM/AWTM/OTMA accreditation changes

Facilitator
Facilitated by Kellie Hodge, Trainer & Assessor – AusQ Training

Who Will Benefit
Anyone providing or implementing traffic management on WA roads.  This might include:

  • Traffic Planners
  • Safety Advisors
  • Project Managers / Supervisors
  • Approving Officers
  • Traffic Controllers

What To Expect
This is a webinar, making this information accessible from the comfort of your workplace. A headset with microphone is highly recommended, to ensure you get the most out of this session.
Opportunity to ask questions in advance to the facilitator, please email enrol@ausqtraining.com.au
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions during the online webinar and talk one on one with the facilitator after the session.

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