Thank you for joining our previous webinar discussions on the New Zealand guide to temporary traffic management (NZGTTM).
Webinar recordings are also available below.
Monday 16 and Wednesday 18 October 2023
We hosted two webinars with members of the TTM industry steering group (ISG) and industry guests:
Betty Mitrova – Lead contractor rep on the ISG, Chair of the TTM Credential Framework Governance Group and National TTM Lead, Downer NZ)
Dave Tilton – Chair of the TTM industry steering group
Sarah Stead – Senior Legal Counsel, Downer NZ
Clint Hill – General Manager, Health, Safety and Environment, McConnell Dowell
Richard Copeland – General Manager People and Capability, Corde
Ryan Cooney – Road works safety improvement programme director, Waka Kotahi
Please note: There is no legislated way to assess risks. Each company can choose what assessment process is best for them. You are recommended to speak with your health and safety team about the system they use. Downer Enforceable Undertaking Risk Assessment Tool Any questions on the use of the Downer EU Risk Assessment Tool can be directed to Betty.Mitrova@downer.co.nz
Thursday 25 May 2023
This Q&A session focuses on TTM planning, risk management, differences between CoPTTM and the NZGTTM, and applying the new risk approach to different scenarios.
Check out the discussion with TTM industry steering group representatives:
Monday 29 May 2023
This Q&A session focuses on road worker safety, training and competency, and what the NZGTTM means for RCAs.
Join the discussion with TTM industry steering group representatives:
Tuesday 9 May 2023 and Thursday 11 May 2023
An update on the road worker safety programme, the new industry-led TTM steering group, training and competency and the next steps to transition to the new risk-based approach.
Webinar guests include:
Watch a video summary of FAQs: webinar guests answer key questions asked during the webinars.
Thursday 1 December 2022
An update on work underway to prepare to publish Version 1 of the NZGTTM with commentary from Waka Kotahi suppliers who have run pilots using the draft NZGTTM in regions across Aotearoa New Zealand.
Webinar guests include:
Thursday 18 August 2022
An outline of the feedback themes and the next steps to transition to the New Zealand guide to temporary traffic management (NZGTTM). You'll also hear about WorkSafe's new Good Practice Guideline: Keeping healthy and safe while working on the road or roadside to help us understand our obligations when working on or near the road.
Vanessa Browne, National Manager Programme and Standards, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency
Rachel Bowen, Engagement Lead, WorkSafe
Ryan Cooney, Programme Director, Road Worker Safety Improvement Programme, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency
Tuesday 26 April 2022
Hear from industry experts who are developing and using their own design guides and practice notes to make the NZGTTM work on a day-to-day basis.
Guy Smith, WasteMINZ on how their risk assessment to manage risks for waste collection has helped develop processes for Kerb Collection Traffic Lead training and CoPTTM D7.3 Kerbside collection activities.
Dave Tilton, Parallaxx describes how design guides will be useful to those preparing traffic management plans (TMPs), practice notes and pre-approved reusable layouts.
Patrick Wardlaw, Higgins shares his experience of trialling the NZGTTM during the planning for a pavement rehabilitation site.
Robert Swears, WSP explains how their risk assessment to manage risks for inspection activities has helped to inform the development of an Inspection TMP.
Monday 4 April 2022
Hear from industry experts about their thoughts and experiences using a risk-based approach to temporary traffic management.
Follow up to the TTM webinar hosted on 4 April 2022 with responses to your comments, questions and requests.
Wednesday 23 March 2022
An overview on the draft NZGTTM: key concepts, what you think and what this guide means to you and your role around keeping people safe.
Follow up to the TTM webinar hosted on 23 March 2022 with a summary of feedback themes and answers to frequently asked questions.
Thank you again for your questions, comments and ideas - these will all be included in our analysis of feedback as part of the consultation on the draft NZGTTM.
If you have a question that hasn't been answered at one of our webinars, we have plenty of 'hot topic' questions and answers on our FAQ page.
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