You have a great team dedicated to supporting the code of practice. We all know how important the code is to all users of the document and we are focused on supporting its effective application.
Our team are specialists in temporary traffic management, training and education, assessment, engineering and technical details, audit processes, safety awareness, and industry best practice.
Collectively we support Waka Kotahi and all industries with everything related to the CoPTTM.
Neil Greaves – Principal Advisor CoPTTM
CoPTTM technical advice and changes.
Kim Laurenson – Senior Advisor Technical Training and Education
TTM training and competency.
Danny Wood – Traffic and Safety Engineer
CoPTTM technical advice and auditing.
James Hughes – Lead Safety Advisor (Roads & Roadsides)
Waka Kotahi CoPTTM document owner.
Julian Chisnall – Team Lead Road Safety
Oversight of CoPTTM documentation and the support team.
Sophia Grey – CoPTTM Data Administrator
TTM training database administration.
Helen Majorhazi – CoPTTM Technical Support Officer
CoPTTM technical support and administration.
We are keeping the code up to date by using the latest feedback and research to inform decision, regulation and best practice requirements, providing industry training under the TTM training and competency model, maintaining a database of all TTM warranted trainees in New Zealand and issuing warrant cards, and managing TTM training content.
We work with TTM specialists inside and outside of Waka Kotahi, audit TTM sites, work with representatives from the temporary traffic management industry, are a member of Austroads, and work closely with Connexis to maintain qualifications and unit standards related to temporary traffic management.
Contact us for queries and support on different disciplines and topics.
Report incidents that occur at roadworks sites
Submit your feedback on the code of practice for temporary traffic management
For all TTM training and TTM warrant card enquiries. Send training registration forms here
TTM Trainers - notify us of workshops you will be running
Submit all temporary barrier assessments for marking