- Price: $160.00
The RTA New South Wales Traffic Control program provides those individuals that are required to control temporary traffic flow situations with a comprehensive understanding of what has become a high demand, highly responsible position with the workplace.
- Workplace Health and Safety legislation
- Linking traffic control to construction work and the OH&S legislation
- Role and responsibilities of traffic controllers
- Common requirements for traffic controllers
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements
- Traffic controller procedures
- Selecting a suitable location and communicating between traffic controllers
- Assessing changes in traffic conditions
- When a third traffic controllers is required
- How to react in an emergency
- Traffic controlling at night
- Theory and practical assessments
- Participants are required to hold a Workcover NSW construction induction certificate (Green Card).
- Participants are required to wear safety footwear
- Participants must have a minimum of Green P's (level 2) drivers license
What to bring
- Safety Shoes (no thongs, high heels or sandals)
If you have your own safety vest bring this, but we have these anyway.
Either Current Drivers Licence, RTA Transcipt of drivers licence, or previous traffic controllers card. (note that drivers licence or transcript must be, or have been, a Green P or higher)
Note that in addition to the RTA Blue Card, you will need a WorkCover NSW OHS Induction Certificate (Green Card) prior to undertaking actual Traffic Control work.
1 day - (9am - 4pm)
This course is run every 2nd Thursday
New ID Requirements
On 4 September 2006 Workcover introduced new ID requirements as follows:
The combination of documents used MUST show an example of your date of birth, current residentail address, contain a photograph of yourself and a sample of your signature. If you do not have these forms of identification, your application will not be accepted. You need 100 points or more.
Primary Documents - You may use only ONE primary document = 70 points
Full Birth Certificate or Birth card issued by the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
Passport (Current of expired within last two years, but not cancelled)
Australian Citizenship Certification
Secondary Documents - You may use a combination of Secondary Documents
Australian Drivers Licence =40 points
NSW Photo Card (new version of Proof of Age Card) =25 points
Medicare Card =25 points
Department of Veterans Affairs Card =25 points
Centrelink Card =25 points
Credit Card or Account Card =25 points
Bank Statement =25 points
Motor Vehicle registration or insurance documents =25 points
Property (Council) rates notice =25 points
Property lease agreement =25 points
Home insurance papers =25 points
A utility bill (e.g. water, electricity, gas) =25 points
If you want to use more than one credit and saving account card or bank statement, they must be from different Banks.
If you want to use more than one utility bill, they must be from different utilities.