Commonsense safety training delivers training under the auspices and in partnership with Admire Workplace Safety Pty Ltd RTO 91330 We provide courses and training in traffic management to individuals and businesses. We also provide a consultation service to companies wishing to implement their own in-house traffic management scheme. Traffic control is governed by the Australian Standard AS 1742.3 – 2009, and by State variations. Risk management is regulated under AS/NZS 4360:1999. Traffic controllers are required to wear high-visibility clothing which meets the Australian Standard AS/NZS 4602:1999. Personal safety is emphasised in all Commonsense Safety Training. This ranges from proper clothing to learning appropriate behaviour (for example, always face oncoming traffic). Clothing is considered part of PPE—Personal Protective Equipment—which includes steel-capped boots, sunscreen, broad-brim hats, gloves and sunglasses. The traffic control process usually starts with a traffic control plan. A traffic control crew may consist of one person running a simple diversion or closure of a cul-de-sac, up to multiple two- or three-person crews for a complex task. One example of such a complex task is the transport of very wide loads taking all available roadspace, over several kilometers, usually on an arterial road or highway. In these cases, the affected roads can be closed or contraflowed for the entire day, creating enormous disruption to motorists. Management of the event involves monitoring and closing all intersections, Stop/Slow to work traffic streams through partially closed intersections, and detours. All this knowledge and more can be acquired here at Commonsense Safety Training, our accredited traffic control courses and teachers can help you achieve all these traffic management qualifications. When it comes to logical traffic management, you’ll get the right training for it at Commonsense Safety Training!