Traffic Control / Management Training Courses Perth

VICWA

BASIC WORSITE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (BWTM) and TRAFFIC CONTROL (TC)

RIICOM201D – Communicate in the workplace
RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies
and procedures
RIIWHS302E – Implement traffic management plan
RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop/slow bat

Price

Call 0412 224 168 for Pricing

Duration

BWTM – 2 Days
BWTM and TC – 3 Days
TC only – 1 day
Refresher Course – 1 day

Location

On-site at your workplace or alternatively at our
Perth Training Facility.

Training Dates Available to suit your needs

Delivery Method

Face to face delivery. The course involves a theory and practical assessment.

Pre-requisites / Entry Requirements

Participants must hold a white card and be able to converse and comprehend basic English. A valid Drivers Licence is also required.

What to bring

  • Construction Induction Card (White Card)
  • Valid Drivers Licence
  • USI number (available at www.usi.gov.au)
  • Closed toe shoes

Outcome

Upon successful completion, participants will receive a photo ID card, a Main Roads certificate and a statement of attainment for all units completed.

Basic Worksite Traffic Management (BWTM)

(Includes 3 units of competency RIICOM201D – Communicate in the workplace, RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures and RIIWHS302E – Implement traffic management plan)

Unit 1: RIICOM201D – Communicate in the workplace

This nationally recognised unit is designed for individuals who are required to communicate in the workplace within the resources and infrastructure industries. This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles.

Course content includes

Planning and preparing for workplace communication using equipment and systems –

  • Applying, interpreting and applying site communication documentation
  • Identifying and accessing communication equipment components and systems
  • Establishing and maintaining communication with others

Communicating using communication equipment and systems –

  • Identifying and accessing communication
  • Applying, Identifying and selecting most appropriate communication system
  • Using communication equipment and systems
  • Acknowledging and responding to communication
  • Taking, confirming and passing on messages promptly to others in a clear and concise manner
  • Following safety procedures including the passing of reports
  • Identifying and reporting faults in communication equipment

Carrying out face-to-face routine communication –

  • Speaking clearly and listening carefully to promote understanding
  • Asking questions and confirming meaning of information
  • Using site approved signalling methods to convey information
  • Participating in discussion to obtain and clarify information
  • Communicating cooperatively and effectively with others

Completing written documentation –

  • Completing written documentation clearly, concisely and on time
  • Using approved documents and passing on written information to others

Unit 2: RIIWHS201D – Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures

This unit describes a participant’s skills and knowledge required to work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures in the Resources and Infrastructure Industries. This unit is appropriate for those working in operational roles.

Course content includes

Accessing and applying site safety procedures –

  • Accessing, interpreting and applying work health and safety procedures
  • Carrying out isolation and immobilisation of energy sources
  • Locating, interpreting and applying site plans, transport rules and signage
  • Identifying, acting and reporting on breaches of site safety

Applying personal safety measures –

  • Selecting and wearing personal protective equipment
  • Establishing and maintaining a clean and tidy work area
  • Obtaining permits and clearances before work is carried out
  • Applying safe manual handling procedures
  • Identifying and applying site procedures for high-risk activities

Applying operational safety measures –

  • Recognising and responding to alarms
  • Identifying responsibility in responding to emergencies
  • Applying basic fire-fighting techniques
  • Identifying emergency escape routes and procedures

Maintaining personal wellbeing –

  • Identifying and preventing risks to personal well being
  • Identifying, acting on and reporting dangerous situations
  • Requirements for fitness for duty
  • Complying with work health and safety policies including smoking, alcohol and drug use

Identifying and reporting incidents –

  • Recognising and communicating incidents and injury statistics
  • Preparing and reporting written records of incidents and injury
  • Contributing and participating in incident investigations

Unit 3: RIIWHS302E – Implement traffic management plan

This nationally recognised unit addresses the competency required to access, interpret and apply site traffic management plan procedures to ensure traffic is controlled safely and ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers and the general public.

Course content includes

Preparing to implement traffic management plan –

  • Determining worksite requirements and scope of traffic management plan and traffic guidance scheme
  • Identifying and addressing and controlling potential risks, hazards and environmental issues
  • Validating suitability of traffic management plan and traffic guidance scheme and confirming requirements are met
  • Ensuring personnel are resourced and receive instructions to implement traffic management plan and traffic guidance scheme
  • Confirming communication requirements are addressed

Setting out traffic guidance scheme –

  • Installing and inspecting signs and devices according to the traffic guidance scheme
  • Inspecting traffic guidance scheme and authorising work crew to proceed
  • Confirming work crew are protected from worksite hazards

Monitoring traffic guidance scheme –

  • Confirming traffic flow is being monitored by required personnel
  • Applying adjustments to traffic guidance scheme if necessary, to maintain required traffic flow
  • Monitoring work activities and applying required measures to ensure work crew and road user compliance
  • Procedure for reporting offending motorists

Closing down work activities –

  • Removal or covering of signage, devices and equipment as required
  • Checking, cleaning, maintaining and storing tools and equipment
  • Finalising traffic work zone and closing down work site

Basic Worksite Traffic Management (BWTM) and Traffic Control (TC)

(Includes 4 units of competency RIICOM201D – Communicate in the workplace, RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures, RIIWHS302E – Implement traffic management plan and RIIWHS205E – Control traffic with stop-slow bat)

Together with the above three units you will also be required to complete the fourth unit below. This unit is also available as a stand-alone unit.

Unit 4: RIIWHS205E – Control traffic with stop-slow bat

This nationally recognised unit addresses the competency required to control traffic using a stop-slow bat to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers and the general public.

Course content includes –

Preparing to control traffic –

  • Personal protective equipment required
  • Interpreting work instructions and planning work
  • Applying worksite policies and procedures including environmental protection requirements
  • Planning and preparing for accidents and emergencies
  • Selecting tools and equipment required to control traffic

Controlling traffic and operating communication devices –

  • Using communication devices to communicate and confirm messages
  • Directing traffic using hand held stop-slow bat and hand signals
  • Monitoring traffic and make adjustments for changing traffic conditions
  • Checking and performing maintenance on communication equipment
  • Procedure for reporting offending motorists

Conducting housekeeping activities –

  • Removal or covering of signs as required
  • Cleaning, checking and storing tools and equipment
  • Procedure for reporting environmental damage

Traffic Control / Management Refresher

This course addresses the competency required to refresh your current BWTM and BWTM and TC knowledge. It is a requirement that participants complete the refresher course every three years to keep their certificate current.

Evidence of previous card or statement of attainment must be supplied to qualify for a refresher course. Main Roads state that RTOs can only accept qualifications that have expired within 3 months from the expiry date.

Related courses

Price

Book and Pay Online

Control Traffic with Stop Slow Bat – $195
Implement Traffic Management Plan – $195
Full Course – $305
Refresher – $215

Book via phone

Control Traffic with Stop Slow Bat – $205
Implement Traffic Management Plan – $205
Full Course – $315
Refresher – $225

Duration

Stop Slow Bat – Full day

Traffic Management & Refresher – Half day

Full Course – Full day

On-site at your workplace, or alternatively at our
Melbourne training facilities:

16 Laser Drive, Rowville VIC 3178 or

153 Australis Drive, Derrimut VIC 3026

Multiple Training Dates Available

 

 

Delivery Method

Face to face delivery. The course involves a theory and practical assessment.

Pre-requisites / Entry Requirements

There are no prerequisites, however participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English.

Outcome

Upon successful completion, participants receive a wallet card and an electronic copy of statement of attainment.

Traffic Control and Traffic Management

(Includes two units of competency. If you are wanting to get into the traffic management industry, it will be highly desirable and advised to complete the two units of competency. If you have any queries please contact our office).

Unit 1: Control Traffic with Stop-Slow Bat: RIIWHS205D

This nationally recognised unit addresses the competency required to control traffic using a stop slow bat to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers and the general public. Content includes OH&S awareness, operation, removal, communication i.e. signs and radio usage, stop / slow batten use and stages of traffic control.

Course content includes

  • Locating and applying relevant documentation, policies and procedures
  • Reading and interpreting the work instructions and planning work activities accordingly
  • Positioning signage and barriers
  • Directing and controlling vehicle traffic
  • Directing and controlling pedestrian traffic
  • Communicating to drivers and pedestrians clearly using hand signals
  • Using approved communication devices such as hand held radios or phones to transmit message and report of offenders
  • Removing or covering signs after work completion
  • Site and equipment safety requirements
  • Traffic controlling requirements and procedures
  • Complying with traffic management plans
  • Erecting traffic control signage and barricades
  • Communication device operations
  • Determining equipment types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
  • Operational and maintenance procedures for equipment
  • Detailing site isolation and traffic control responsibilities and authorities
  • Describing the effects of travel speed and vehicle mass on stopping distances
  • Interpreting and implementing safe work method statement

Unit 2: Implement Traffic Management Plan: RIIWHS302D

This nationally recognised unit addresses the competency required to access, interpret and apply site traffic plan procedures, traffic management plans to ensure traffic is controlled safely and ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers and the general public.

Course content includes

  • Locating and applying relevant documentation, policies and procedures
  • Working effectively with others to undertake and complete the traffic management plans that meet all of the required outcomes including:
  • Complying with written and verbal reporting requirements and procedures
  • Communicating clearly and concisely with others to receive and clarify work instructions
  • Communicating clearly and concisely with others to resolve coordination requirements prior to commencing and during work activities
  • Demonstrating completion of implementing traffic management plans that safely, effectively and efficiently comply with State/Territory Regulations
  • Identifying and selecting traffic guidance scheme according to conditions
  • Selecting and implementing signage and device requirements, position and display according to site plan
  • Monitoring and adjusting scheme according to variances in requirements
  • Applying procedures to deal with non-compliant crew and motorists

RIIWHS205D Control Traffic with Stop-Slow Bat

This nationally recognised unit addresses the competency required to control traffic using a stop slow bat to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers and the general public.

Content includes OH&S awareness, operation, removal, communication i.e. signs and radio usage, stop / slow batten use and stages of traffic control.

RIIWHS302D Implement Traffic Management Plan

This nationally recognised unit addresses the competency required to access, interpret and apply site traffic plan procedures, traffic management plans to ensure traffic is controlled safely and ensure the safety of construction and maintenance worker and the general public.

Traffic Control / Management Refresher

This course addresses the competency required to refresh your current ‘Control Traffic using a Stop- Slow Bat’ and/or ‘Implement Traffic Management Plans’ competency. It is highly recommended that participants complete the refresher course every three years to keep their certificate current.

Evidence of previous card or statement of attainment must be supplied to qualify for refresher course. Star Training can only accept course codes
RIIWHS205 (A B C D) & RIIWHS302 (A B C D)

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