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TAS April 2024 Newsletter – Temporary Traffic Management

3 Apr 2024 2:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


Temporary Traffic Management Industry:
April 2024 update

Transition arrangements reminder

For compliance with the AGTTM, it is necessary for all personnel undergoing any elements of Temporary Traffic Management to renew their training according to the NTFTTM.

To allow for a staggered transition to the NTFTTM, the department has provided transition period arrangements for individuals to update their qualification to the NTFTTM.

Please ensure you review the transition arrangements in the
Tasmanian Guide to Traffic Control for Works on Roads, and book a relevant course within your transition timeframe. Alternatively, if there aren’t appropriate dates/locations, please reach out to an ATP to register your interest.

Don’t forget, existing traffic management professionals can complete the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process.

Data collection of the Tasmanian Traffic Management workforce

The Department of State Growth is initiating a data collection effort to better understand the status of the workforce. This information is beneficial for better informed decision-making as we adopt the National Training Framework for temporary traffic management.

While participation in this data collection is entirely voluntary, we strongly encourage and appreciate your involvement.

The more stakeholders that participate, the better informed we will be to make decisions that reflect the diverse needs and perspectives of the industry.

The information you supply will be purely for data collection purposes. Personal or business information will not be shared publicly, it will be purely for numerical and data purposes.

If you are happy to participate in this initiative, or have any questions or concerns, please contact
ttm.tasmania@stategrowth.tas.gov.au and a spreadsheet will be sent to you to provide the data.

First review of the implementation of the Austroads National Training Framework

The Department of State Growth has committed to reviewing and hearing feedback regarding the implementation of the NTFTTM.

During April, a separate newsletter will be released with information relating to a survey that you can participate in to provide information and feedback on the implementation.

If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact the State Roads Work Health and Safety team at StateRoadsWHS@stategrowth.tas.gov.au

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