Road Safety

Course Outline

Course Number - RSACRA001

A road safety auditor is a practicing professional with experience and capabilities in road design, traffic engineering, traffic / transport management, road construction techniques, road safety engineering, road user behaviours or another closely related road safety discipline, who is qualified to undertake road safety audits and has recent and regular demonstrated experience in conducting road safety audits. For inclusion on the register an individual needs to complete a course which has been approved by the NSW Department of Transport. The IPWEA Course in Road Safety Audits was developed for this purpose in conjunction with NSW Transport.

Objectives

This course is intended to provide participants with the following education outcomes specific to conducting road safety audits:

  • Knowledge of audit types

  • Knowledge and skills to prepare to conduct a road safety audit

  • Knowledge and skills to conduct road safety audits

  • Skills to lead a team during a road safety audit

  • Knowledge to document and report audit findings.

Presenter

Wayde Hazelton, Director, WaySafe

Wayde Hazelton - Director, WaySafe, has been involved with a broad range of road safety and traffic management activities for over 25 years. Experience includes; Road safety audits, since 1999, level crossing safety, including developing and managing interface agreements, development of safety upgrades, program management, and developing policy and guidelines, cyclist and pedestrian network and route development, land use development assessment, speed zoning, RAV and PBS route assessment and wayfinding route design.

Wayde has a wholistic approach to the integration of traffic management and road safety.

Course Outline

Course Number - RSALRA001

This accredited course covers the skills and knowledge required to lead an audit team as they undertake a road safety audit.

Compliance with legislative, regulatory or certification requirements may be required in various jurisdictions.

The Guidelines provide practitioners and decision makers with ways to formally address road safety issues before accidents occur. They are based on the latest information available and incorporate the combined experience of State road authorities throughout Australia, local government and Transit National.

Objectives

  • Disseminate information prior to road safety audit

  • Lead the road safety audit

  • Collate audit information

  • Close the road safety audit

  • Action audit findings

  • Improve team performance

Presenter

Wayde Hazelton, Director, WaySafe

Wayde Hazelton - Director, WaySafe, has been involved with a broad range of road safety and traffic management activities for over 25 years. Experience includes; Road safety audits, since 1999, level crossing safety, including developing and managing interface agreements, development of safety upgrades, program management, and developing policy and guidelines, cyclist and pedestrian network and route development, land use development assessment, speed zoning, RAV and PBS route assessment and wayfinding route design.

Wayde has a wholistic approach to the integration of traffic management and road safety.

Course Outline

This course has been designed to assist Local Councils to develop road safety strategic plans and integrate them into the Local Government integrated Planning and Reporting Framework.

Reducing road traffic injuries and their impact on public health is an objective both nationally and internationally and local government has a legal and community responsibility to play its part. The Guide to Road Safety Strategic Planning walks you through the process of developing a plan against the Safe System approach and apply Safe Systems approaches to higher level road safety planning and support the push to Toward Zero.

Objectives

  • Gain knowledge on road safety in the global and local context

  • Understand project management planning and structure, stages of development process

  • Analyse data. Identifying issues and trends

  • Be able to identifying stakeholders and appropriate types of consultation

  • Develop the plan. Bringing key stakeholders and the information together, ensuring ownership

Presenter

TBA

SafeWorks Traffic Management

Launching in 2022

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