Site Traffic Management Specialist (A/B) - Non Practising

Site Traffic Management Specialist (A/B) - Non Practising

This is the theory to provide the STMS with the base knowledge for working on category A and category B roads.

The STMS will be able to assess and manage risk related to TTM at the worksite; deliver site safety briefings and inductions; calculate layout distances for the appropriate category of road environments; set up, maintain and remove TTM for static operations (shoulder closures, two-way two-lane closures and multi-lane closures); complete mobile operations and closures; set up maintain and remove TTM for semi-static operations and closures; and conduct special activities.

This is the course for the theory portion of the warrant. People who pass this course will be eligible to be awarded Unit Standard 31962: Explain the requirements for the worksite under temporary traffic management for a road environment as defined in CoPTTM.

This course is followed by on-job coaching from a TTM Mentor. In order to gain your practising warrant the trainee will be assessed by a TTM Assessor on the practical components of the role.

Who should attend

Any person wishing to work on category A roads as an onsite STMS, or any person wishing to work on category A roads while fulfilling one of the following roles; Traffic Operations Manager, TTM Mentor, TTM Assessor, TTM Trainer, TTM Planner, TMP Approver, TTM Auditor, Traffic Management Coordinator or Corridor Manager.

Pre-requisite for entry

The STMS Universal warrant is the minimum prerequisite to this warrant. For those wishing to gain the practising STMS Cat A or B warrant, they must first hold the practising TMO warrant.

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