RIISS00055 Traffic Management Implementer Skill Set
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Traffic Management Implementer Skill Set- RIISS00055 provides the skills and knowledge for personnel responsible for traffic management on a site to implement a work zone traffic management plan in the immediate vicinity of a workplace. This program is suited to those who have traffic controller experience and wish to further their career within the traffic control/management industry.
The course encompasses identifying safety implications of traffic control at road works and personal responsibilities; setting up, monitoring and closing down traffic control devices according to legislative requirements; operating a two-way radio correctly and effectively; and checking, cleaning and storing equipment on completion of work and closing down a TGS/TMP. It additionally covers locating and applying required legislations, documentation, policies and procedures including documentation required for worksite projects and required traffic management.
This course does not qualify a participant to control traffic with a stop/slow bat or boom gate, or to modify existing traffic control plans.
- This course requires a level of physical ability to complete practical assessments. If the participant’s health or fitness restricts him or her from performing physical activities associated with this program, they will be able to participate but may not be eligible for a nationally accredited certificate.
- This course combines plain English, photos, and questioning to ensure all learners are able to have the best possible chance at comprehending the required knowledge and skills. language, literacy and numeracy that are essential to performance. Participants should have language‚ literacy and numeracy skills to an Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) level 2, who indicate that they may not have the required LLN skills will be invited to complete an LLN test prior to entry to the course. Participants who do not meet the required LLN skills will be referred to an English language service convenient to them.
- Participants must be at least 18 years to take this course, hold white card and 100 points I.D. are required on the day of the course. (IMPORTANT: If participant fails to provide 100 points I.D. on the day of course, participant will not be allowed to attend the course, a $100 reschedule will be charged to book another course date).
- Participant must wear appropriate PPE (eg. long pants, long sleeve shirt and closed shoes (preferably work boots), hard cap).
- Identify safety implications of traffic control at road works and personal responsibilities
- Set up, monitor and close down traffic control devices according to a nominated TGS/TMP, to WHS and legislative requirements
- Operate a two-way radio correctly and effectively
- Check, clean and store equipment on completion of work and close down a TGS/TMP
- Know the basic function of the TGS/TMP system
- Locate and apply required legislations, documentation, policies and procedures including documentation required for worksite projects and required traffic management
- Locate and apply required legislation, regulations, codes and procedures including Austroads Codes of Practice and WHS applicable to temporary traffic management
- Adapt to all work health and safety (WHS) and operational requirements
- Use the site/location assessment, distinguish topographical landmarks and carry out authorised risk control
- Conduct an onsite check of a TGS/TMP to identify any unexpected risks/hazards
- Plan for emergencies that may arise
- Ensure spacing between signs and traffic control devices is in line with a TGS/TMP
- Understand speed, environment, type and class of vehicles, traffic density, sight lines, environmental conditions, weather patterns and surface type
- Maintain traffic incident reports
- Monitor traffic controllers
Assessment will confirm knowledge and skills have been achieved to demonstrate competency across the unit. Assessment will be in accordance with the Principles of Assessment and the Rules of Evidence.
Participant are offered multiple opportunities to demonstrate knowledge and skills throughout the course. If a student is not successful in completing all assessments satisfactorily, they will need to rebook the course at the full course fee.
Volume of learning:
One day training and theory assessment plus one day practical assessment (assess by SafeWork NSW accredited assessor) in form of:
- written theory questions
- case study scenarios
- practical skills demonstration
On successful completion of this course, participants will be issued with:
- Statements of Attainment in
- RIIWHS201E Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
- RIICOM201E Communicate in the workplace
- RIIRIS301E Apply risk management process
- RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plans
- RIIWHS303 Position, set-up and program portable traffic control devices
- SafeWork NSW Statement of Completion (SOC) allow participants to carry out supervised work in Traffic Control Industry immediately, Statement of Completion (SOC) is valid for 90 days during which participants must have their final practical assessment completed
- SafeWork NSW Traffic Control Work Training Card, issued by SafeWork NSW once all assessments been completed
- All students doing nationally recognised training from January 1, 2015 need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).
- The USI is a reference number made up of ten numbers and letters that creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia, from all training providers you undertake recognised training with will give you access to your training records and transcripts can be accessed online, anytime and anywhere is free and easy to create and stays with you for life
- Where do I go to create my USI Number?
- For more details and to create a USI go to the Government USI site www.usi.gov.au
Primary ID (only use one primary document)
Australian Birth Certificate/card (minimum 14 years)
Australian or international passport (current or
Australian Citizenship Certificate
Secondary ID – A combination of secondary documents is allowed to make up 100 points however If using credit/savings cards or statements (up to a maximum of 2), these must be from different financial institutions (NOTE: fiancial institutions must within Australia)
Current Australian state or territory driver’s licence
Current Australian state or territory boat operators photo
Current NSW firearms photo licence
Current Australian issued high risk work licence
Current Australian state/territory proof of age or photo
Australian Police or Dept of Defence card (with photo)
Department Veterans Affairs card
Current Centrelink card
Property (council) rates notice issued in the last three (3) months
Property lease agreement
Home insurance papers
Utility bills issued in the last three (3) months
Current motor vehicle registration
Motor vehicle insurance papers
Telephone account issued in the last three (3) months
Current Medicare card
Credit/Savings cards/Bank statements