Waka Kotahi is currently developing a new approach to how temporary traffic management will be delivered on Aotearoa New Zealand’s state highways and roads. The new guidance aligns with Worksafe’s Road Good Practice Guidelines (2022) and will be implemented from 2023 in stages to eventually replace CoPTTM.
To learn more about the plans for this new approach visit the TTM Review page nzta.govt.nz/NZGTTM
Waka Kotahi is responsible for setting and monitoring the training and assessment requirements for the CoPTTM. Within this there are a number of core activities, including (and not limited to):
- developing training and assessment materials
- moderating training and assessments
- issuing warrants for TTM roles including trainers, assessors and mentors
- setting and collecting registration fees.
Ensuring workers have the right training and necessary level of competency to safety and effectively work in their TTM role is a critical focus of the training and assessment requirements for the CoPTTM.
Contact us about training and assessment