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State highway safety management system manual

Published: | Category: Manuals , Safety management systems | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

The NZ Transport Agency has established a state highway safety management system to provide and operate a safe highway system.

High-risk intersections guide

Published: | Category: Manuals , Safety management systems | Audience: Road controlling authorities

The guide has been developed to assist road controlling authorities in targeting intersection safety improvements to the highest risk intersections, and providing a nationally consistent application of proven countermeasures. Road controlling authorities can use the guide to identify their high-risk intersections and then to prioritise them by examining the crash histories and site characteristics to identify risk factors for which there are effective countermeasures.

High-risk rural roads guide

Published: | Category: Manuals , Safety management systems | Audience: Road traffic engineers & consultants

The High-risk rural road guide was developed to assist road controlling authorities in targeting road safety improvements on the highest risk sections of New Zealand’s rural roads (those with a posted speed limit of 80km/h or more) by using best value for money initiatives and providing a nationally consistent application of proven countermeasures. The guide introduces a new way to identify high-risk road sections and, using the Safe System approach, provides best practice guidance on targeting and addressing key road safety issues on high-risk rural roads.

Guidelines for developing and implementing a safety management system for road controlling authorities

Published: | Category: Manuals , Safety management systems | Audience: Road controlling authorities

A manual for the development and implementation of a safety management system by a road controlling authority.

State highway safe network management activity manual

Published: | Category: Manuals , Safety management systems | Audiences: Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

State highway safe network management activity manual
The manual is an umbrella document that references the Network Outcomes Contract, the Transport Agency's safety team deliverables and references policies, standards, guidelines, specifications and standard documents that the user can refer to and the benefits of undertaking those activities. Safety management plan for Network Outcomes Contract
The Safety management plan integrates the Network Outcomes Contract performance requirements with the Contractor's and the Principal's systems and gives effect to the Safety Strategy. Notes for SH Safe network management activity manual and Safety management plan
These notes outline the relationship between three key documents (State highway safe network management activity manual, Safety strategy, Safety management plan) that underpin the Principal's overall objective for the Network Outcomes Contract to drive improved performance outcomes.

Standard safety intervention toolkit

Published: | Category: Manuals , Safety management systems | Audiences: Road controlling authorities, Road traffic engineers & consultants, Roading contractors

The Standard safety intervention toolkit provides guidance for road practitioners on the effectiveness, cost and installation of proven safety interventions to reduce deaths and serious injuries on roads.  

It is relevant to both state highway and local authority networks. Road practitioners include: road safety and transport engineers, asset managers, town planners, civil designers and community road safety officers. The toolkit is a ‘living’ document.  It is intended to be maintained and updated regularly, so new standard safety interventions can be captured and disseminated to practitioners. The toolkit provides examples of individual standard safety interventions and, for most treatments, there are technical references provided, some with external links to more information. Further information to support this section is available in other Waka Kotahi documents such as the High-risk rural roads guide and High risk intersections guide.