Lead Road Safety Audits
IPWEA (NSW) Professional Development Workshop: Lead Road Safety Audits - Sydney 20 & 21 February 2020
This unit describes the outcomes required to lead an audit team as they undertake a road safety audit. It covers sharing information prior to audit conduct, collection and analysis of evidence, conduct of exit meeting and providing audit team member’s with feedback on their performance.
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.
Lead Auditor (Level 3)
- Successfully completed a recognised road safety audit training program (lead auditor)
- Has participated as a team member in at least: three pre-construction phase road safety audits in the last 3 years, and three construction/post construction phase road safety audits in the last 3 years.
- At least 7 years demonstrated experience and capability in: road design, traffic engineering, traffic/transport management, road safety engineering or other closely related road safety discipline.
Presenter: Wayde Hazelton - Director, WaySafe
Wayde 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
• Wayfinding route design
• Wholistic approach to the integration of traffic management and road safety
Who should attend?
Design Engineers, Construction Engineers, RMS Personnel, Maintenance Engineers, Road Safety Officers, NSW Police
TIMES: Please register at the Workshop by 8.45 am on Day 1. The program will commence promptly at 9.00am and finishes at 5.00pm on Day 1. Day 2 begins at 9.00am and finishes at 4.00pm. Morning and afternoon teas and lunch provided on both days.
CAR PARKING: Paid parking is available at the Capitol Carpark parking station in Campbell Street (near the corner of George Street); however the venue is within walking distance of Central railway station.
ACCOMMODATION: Overnight accommodation is not provided for Delegates. You will need to organize your own accommodation if required.
WHAT TO BRING: Notebook and pens (Course Workbooks provided).
Please see terms and conditions on your invoice in regards to the course proceeding, payment and cancellations.
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop.
Please contact us if you have any questions:
STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT
Participants who successfully undertake assessment associated with this course will receive a statement of attainment for the following unit of competency - RSACR003A Lead Road Safety Audits.
IPWEA NSW will provide suitable learning experiences and opportunities for all students. The learning environment will take account of the different characteristics of students and their varying cultural and educational backgrounds. All students have ready access to IPWEA NSW’s Student Handbook which contains a clear, consistent, rational and understandable summary of the organisation’s policies and procedures.
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