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Basic Worksite Traffic Management (BWTM)
Aim of this Course / Target Group
This course provides the skills and knowledge required to safely implement a traffic management plan for works on roads, ensuring traffic flow is maintained and risk to the safety of the public and workers is minimised. Basic Worksite Traffic Management (BWTM) is designed to provide instruction on how to implement a Traffic Management Plan (TMP). This involves the placement of signs and delineators to manage the flow of traffic. This course is suitable for anyone required to work on, or near Western Australian roads, who are required to read, interpret and implement traffic management, and do not require traffic control.
Please note: As this 1 day program includes the mandatory practical activities, successful participants will receive their MRWA accreditation at the conclusion of the course. Other training companies require candidates to complete a logbook or come back the following day to complete these activities.
At the completion of the BWTM program you will have gained an understanding of the relevant State and Territory traffic management legislation and be able to demonstrate the required level of skills and knowledge in relation to;
- Requirements set down by the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices
- Traffic management plans, signs and devices
- Site isolation and traffic control responsibilities and authorities
- Hazard identification, job safety analysis and safe work method statements
- Radio operations
Knowledge based questionnaires and practical demonstration
Construction Induction White Card and basic English literacy skills
Academic Award & Recognition
Upon successful completion participants will be issued with MAIN ROADS WA accreditation and the following Statements of Attainment which will be recognised nationally
- RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan
- RIICOM201D Communicate in the workplace
What To Wear
All course participants are required to wear appropriate work attire. Whilst closed in shoes are a minimum requirement for attendance on any course, steel capped safety boots are required for practical exercises.
Morning Tea & Lunch
Feel free to grab a tea or coffee before the course starts and during the course breaks. All participants will be offered morning/ afternoon tea and for those attending full day courses lunch is provided (an assortment of sandwiches and hot finger foods).
Persons with special dietary requirements should cater for their personal needs.
$210.00 This subsidy is available to eligible participants only.
The Construction Training Fund provides funding support for training of eligible workers in the construction industry. We acknowledge the support of the Construction Training Fund in reducing the costs of training for eligible workers.