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Prepare Work Zone Traffic Management Plan NSW

Prepare Work Zone Traffic Management Plan NSW


Entry Requirements:

Candidates must successfully complete an online language, literacy and numeracy assessment prior to enrollment. This is an essential component of the program, designed to ensure candidates have the LLN skills to undertake this level of training.

Candidates must hold current Traffic Control photo card, or equivalent qualifications, or tertiary qualifications relevant to engineering, road or civil construction.

Outcome:

A Statement of Attainment for the following units, which comprise RIISS00045 Work Zone Traffic Control Guidance Plan—Developer Skill Set:

  • RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and work procedures
  • RIIRIS301D Apply risk management processes
  • RIIGOV401D Apply monitor and report on compliance systems
  • RIICWD503D Prepare work zone traffic management plan

Successful participants are eligible for a Traffic Controller card issued by NSW RMS.

 Outline:

  • Utilise software system to develop and design TGS/TCP in accordance with relevant regulations, standards and road authority requirements
  • Select and modify a TGS/TCP based on risk assessment, statutory and regulatory requirements, standards, road authority requirements and project brief
  • Prepare and develop a Work Zone Traffic Management Plan
  • Follow organisational and legislative WHS policies and work procedures
  • Keep records of all modifications to the TGS/TCP
  • Monitor control systems and interpret control systems to apply to the drawing and selection/design
  • Use the site/location assessment, distinguish topographical landmarks and carry out authorised risk control
  • Conduct an onsite check and inspection of the plan to identify any unexpected risks/hazards
  • Interpret plans and be aware of the distance and measuring devices of method
  • Interpret standards/requirements with local policy and procedures
  • Understand speed, environment, type and class of vehicles, traffic density, sight lines, environmental condition, weather patterns and surface type
  • Identify record keeping structure, type of records to be maintained, approvals, duration records must be maintained, depository location and custodian
  • Interpret engineering plans and drawings, interpret and apply relevant standards, interpret manufac-turer’s specifications, interpret engineering terms and phrases
  • Identify all potential hazards and implement appropriate risk treatment control measures
  • Determine the recommended spacing between signs and traffic control devices in line with standards; measure width of trafficable surface; calculate edge clearances to barriers, cones and clearance to work personnel
  • Determine lane capacity, road network performance and lane closure restriction
  • Identify impacts from any concurrent or adjacent works
  • Identify times and dates of any planned public events that may result in increased or redistributed traffic patterns
  • Identify approvals required, identify approval agencies, types of approvals for roadway access, railway reserve access, authority to install signs on roads, variation to standards

Assessment Process

  • Problem solving activities
  • Problem solving questions—written
  • Group participation
  • Work based tasks/assignments
  • Development and submission of electronic versions of traffic management plans

 

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