AusQ Training specialise in traffic management training across Western Australia.


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

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Session Topics
New Changes – Main Roads WA Code of Practice Works on Roads
Main Roads WA are expecting to release a newly revised Code of Practice for Works on Roads at the end of March 2018. In anticipation of this revised edition, we will be hosting a 45 minute FREE webinar, explaining the upcoming changes. This webinar will provide essential knowledge to ensure you are aware of changes and can remain compliant at all times. Some of the topics that will be discussed include:

  • 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
  • WTM & AWTM responsibilities – definitions and duties clarified
  • Works at signalised intersections – amendments to procedure when carrying out works at signals
  • BWTM / AWTM / OTMA accreditation changes
  • Plus more

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
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions during the online webinar and talk one on one with the facilitator after the session.

AusQ News
BWTM Accreditation - Supervise Experienced Road Workers

Road workers with at least 12 months experience working on roads are permitted to implement signs under direct supervision of someone that holds a BWTM accreditation. This is only permitted on local roads with a permanent speed limit of 50 km/h or less and less than 15,000 vehicles per day.

Traffic Management Plans - MRWA Template Required

Any party undertaking work on a road shall prepare a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) that adequately provides for the safety of workers and road users while maintaining an adequate level of service to road users. To ensure a consistent approach is taken when developing a TMP one of the Main Roads WA TMP templates shall be used as a basis for the development of the plan. Any section headings that are not applicable to the TMP being developed shall be kept in the document and noted as not applicable (with the intent of keeping the TMP section numbers the same throughout all TMPs). Read More on page 17, Main Roads WA Code of Practice Works on Roads

Working in the Heat - New Guidance Note Released

Safe Work Australia has published a Guide for managing the risks of working in the heat. "Heat is a hazard in many Australian workplaces, whether work is performed indoors or outdoors," said Safe Work Australia CEO Michelle Baxter. The guide provides practical guidance on how to manage the risks associated with working in heat, and information on what to do if a worker begins to suffer from a heat-related illness. For more information, visit the Safe Work Australia website.

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