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SERVICES

Traffic Management Control Worksite
TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT


Traffic management refers to the direction, control, and supervision of all vehicular and pedestrian traffic around a construction zone, thus ensuring the safety of construction workers and the general public.
 

TMC provides complete traffic management solutions, incorporating client site operational policies & procedures. Services & personnel tailored to meet project requirements and compliance regulations.

Traffic Controllers
TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS - SPOTTERS - PEDESTRIAN MANAGERS

SafeWork NSW accredited Traffic Controllers directing vehicular and pedestrian traffic on approach, passing, and around a construction zone, worksite or other road disruption, ensuring the safety of workers, pedestrians, residents, and the general public. Traffic Controllers are equipped with necessary signs, devices, communications, and portable traffic control devices (PTCD).

Traffic Control Plans TCP
TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS / TRAFFIC GUIDANCE SCHEMES & PERMITS

 

Traffic Control Plans (TCP) / Traffic Guidance Schemes (TGS) are diagrams that illustrate the arrangement of temporary advance warning signage and devices used to manage traffic upon the approach and passing of a worksite or hazard. These plans are required to be submitted to road authorities to achieve road occupancy permits (Road Occupancy Licence / ROL).

CTMP Construction Traffic Management Plan
CONSTRUCTION / TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLANS

 

Traffic Management Plans (TMP / CTMP) for planning safe traffic and work zones during roadside construction activities. It is used to keep workers safe from vehicles and equipment both outside and within roadside worksites. Traffic management plans can be used to assess workers’ compliance with safety precautions to improve traffic controls, the security of the work area, and the general protection of all workers & pedestrians.

Traffic Control Site Audit
SITE ANALYSIS & AUDITS

 

Traffic management audits evaluate the effectiveness, and safety of existing controls, and aims to confirm or improve overall efficiency. Including traffic flow review, road design, signage, signals, pedestrian delineation, and elements that may affect vehicles and people movement. The purpose of a traffic management audit is to identify areas for improvement and make recommendations for changes to help reduce congestion, improve safety, and enhance overall traffic flow.

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