Traffic Management training
RIIWHS302D IMPLEMENT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN RENEWAL PROGRAM
This training replaces the previous half day training
Course Duration: 1 Day – approx. 8 hours
To continue to be recognised as a TMI Officer in Queensland you will be required to demonstrate ongoing industry currency relevant to the job role of a Traffic Management Implementer; as outlined in the units of competency,
by completing a renewal training program before the date of expiry
(TMI cards are valid for three years from date of issue)
All participants requiring this renewal will be required to complete the following eLearning modules and must bring the Certificate of Completion with them to the training
1. Working in Proximity to Traffic Part 1 – Awareness – providing a Certificate of Completion
2. Working in Proximity to Traffic Part 2 – Works Protection Methods – providing a Certificate of Completion
Both these short courses owned by TMR can be found on this website – cost for each unit is $39.60 and payment must be made by credit card on line before commencement.
Working in Proximity to Traffic
The new eLearning program Working in Proximity to Traffic has been released as part of the department’s drive to improve safety.
This program is broken into two online programs:
- Working in Proximity to Traffic – Awareness Part 1
For new entrants to the construction and traffic management industry or anyone who is required to participate in and/or carry out short term low impact work activities on or near the roadway or in proximity to traffic.
- Working in Proximity to Traffic – Awareness Part 2 Works Protection Methods
For workers who carry out short term, low impact works on or near roads and need to select and apply appropriate works protection methods in accordance with MUTCD Part 3.
These programs replace former face-to-face training program – Level 1 Traffic Management training and have been piloted with industry to ensure they meet current needs.
All attending participants are also required to provide the following on or before the training day:
- Currency of Industry Practice
- Third Party Reports x 2 which we will email upon application
- TGS – traffic management plans used at work
- Toolbox – A toolbox talk is an informal safety meeting that is part of an organization’s overall safety program. This covers special topics on safety aspects related to the specific job.
Meetings are normally short in duration and cover topics such as workplace hazards and safe work practices.
- SWMS Risk Management Plan (Safe Work Method Statement)
- Current issued Qld TMR Traffic Management Implementation Card
- Your last Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS302D Implement Traffic Management Plan