1. Plan and prepare 1.1 Access, interpret and apply site traffic plan procedures and ensure the work activity is compliant 1.2 Obtain, confirm, clarify and apply work instructions 1.3 Obtain, confirm, clarify and apply safety requirements 1.4 Identify, obtain and implement signage and devices 1.5 Select tools and equipment, check for serviceability and rectify or report any faults 1.6 Identify, confirm, clarify and apply environmental protection requirements 2. Control traffic 2.1 Position or confirm temporary traffic signs and barriers 2.2 Direct traffic correctly 2.3 Control vehicles and pedestrian traffic and ensure safety 2.4 Monitor traffic, make adjustments for changing conditions and position waiting vehicles for smooth traffic flow 2.5 Use hand held stop/slow bats 2.6 Use visibly clear and unobstructed hand signals 2.7 Report traffic offenders 3. Operate communication devices 3.1 Adjust communication device controls for optimum reception/transmission results 3.2 Transmit messages clearly and concisely 3.3 Maintain communication device power supply 3.4 Check communications contact after nominated period of non-contact 4. Clean up 4.1 Remove or cover signs and devices sequentially to provide warning to motorists during shutdown 4.2 Clean, check, maintain and store tools and equipment
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Control Traffic With a Stop Slow Bat
Traffic Control - Full Course
On successful completion of this program, and on approval of an application to the Department of Queensland Transport and Main Roads ( TMR ), the trainee will be able to control traffic on a road way using a Stop/Slow bat in accordance with legislative requirements and guidelines set out in the MUTCD Part 3.
To be eligible to attend the Control Traffic with a Stop Slow Bat training course a participant must: - be in possession of a valid construction industry white card or equivalent. - have held an open or provisional driver licence ( Australian or foreign ) within the last 5 years. - obtain a Unique Student Identifier ( USI ). If you do not have a USI, you will be unable to receive a Statement of Attainment for the course. Create your USI by going to Click here - undergo a criminal history check. The Department of Queensland Transport and Main Roads ( TMR ) may refuse to grant an accreditation to a person who has been convicted or charged with a criminal and/or traffic offence. Applicants who have a recent history of offences, for example, assault or drug related offences would be unlikely to be accredited as a traffic controller. - satisfy certain medical fitness and suitability criteria. This criteria is listed on the Traffic Controller Accreditation Application form ( F4115 ). If a disability such as poor eyesight, poor hearing or immobility is declared on the application form, the form must be signed by an appropriate medical professional to confirm the person's suitability to undertake the role.
The Unit will be delivered in two parts through on and off the job training over the following duration: Theory: 8 hours Practical: minimum 20 hours To achieve a successful outcome participants will be assessed on the evidence collected from a range of activities included in the two parts of the assessment. Part 1 - Theory Written assessment which requires a 100% pass mark Part 2 - Practical Trainees must undertake 20 hours of vocational placement and submit log books as evidence. Final Practical Assessment will be conducted based on completion of practical exercise.
Statement of Attainment issued by RTO Industry Authority Card issued by TMR
Statement of Attainment can be submitted to TMR within 12 months of attainment. TMR Traffic Controller Accreditation is issued for 3 years.
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What you need to bring on the day: * Identification ( Drivers Licence & White Card ) * Full PPE ( long-legged pants ) * Long sleeve Hi-Vis shirt * Hard hat with brim * Steel capped boots * USI Number ( see prerequisites ) * Pen, highlighters and notebook To apply for a Traffic Controllers Licence: On completion of the course, successful students will need to apply to the QLD Department of Transport and Main Roads for a Traffic Control Licence, an additional fee is payable. Full details regarding the Traffic Controller Accreditation Scheme can be obtained from the TMR website. Click here When applying for the Traffic Controllers Licence with TMR you will need to take the Statement of Attainment as issued by our Registered Training Organisation ( RTO ) to the TMR.