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Risk management process manual

Published: | Category: Administration , Manuals | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

The risk management process, to be applied to aspects of the NZ Transport Agency's business, is described along with details on roles and responsibilities and communication of significant risks. This version of the manual is a major review of the risk management process to align it with AS/NZS 4360:2004 and to incorporate Z/10 from the Professional Services Proforma Manual. This manual only applies to HNO contracts issued before March 2013. Any HNO contracts issued after that date are governed by the Z44 Risk Management Minimum Standard. Internal NZ Transport Agency risk management processes are now detailed in the Risk Management Framework (available internally).

Process manual for network standards and guidelines

Published: | Category: Administration , Manuals | Audiences: General, Local & regional government

The primary purpose of this process manual is to provide a fit-for-purpose process for managing the inclusion of new documents and changes and variations to existing documents in the register of network standards and guidelines.

Code of conduct – the way we work here

Published: | Category: Administration , Manuals | Audience: General

The NZ Transport Agency’s Code of conduct defines what the Transport Agency expects of its operations and people. It applies to all Transport Agency employees regardless of position, location, or level of responsibility, and includes our contractors and our board members. Transport Agency staff should read the code in conjunction with its guide (document for internal use available from OnRamp) and work to ensure that third party contractors, agents, or consultants who work on the NZ Transport Agency’s behalf or are assigned to the Transport Agency are aware of our code and act consistently with its principles. For further guidance about the code, NZ Transport Agency staff should contact their manager or P&C advisor. External contractors should contact their NZ Transport Agency contract manager or email us.

Public engagement guidelines

Published: | Audiences: Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

Public engagement is any process that involves the public in decision-making and/or communication. The NZ Transport Agency's Public engagement guidelines sets out our rationale, expectations, principles and processes for public engagement as they relate to Transport Agency projects.  

NZ Transport Agency register of network standards and guidelines

Published: | Category: Administration , Manuals | Audiences: General, Local & regional government

This register is to replace all previous versions of standards and guidelines manuals. ObjectivesThe two key goals are to provide:

in one place, a definitive list of all relevant NZ Transport Agency funding policy and commonly adopted manuals and technical documents for land transport network related activities

a simple, easy to access and manipulate repository of land transport network reference documents for approved organisations, staff, consultants, contractors and other users. Using the registerOpen the register Excel spreadsheet.  

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