Below are a number of useful links to assist you in your training and future work.

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Main Roads WA 

Main Roads Western Australia is the agency of the Government of Western Australia responsible for implementing the state's policies on road access and main roads. It operates under the Main Roads Act 1930.

Traffic Management for Works on Roads - Code of Practice

This Code of Practice (herein after referred to as the ‘Code’) describes the Main Roads Western Australia’s (MRWA) requirements for managing traffic at work sites on roads.  It requires traffic management for works on roads to be based on AS 1742.3 – 2009, unless otherwise specified by a requirement in this Code.  In the event that there is a conflict between this Code and AS 1742.3 – 2009, the Code shall take precedence.  

Traffic Controller' Handbook

This handbook provides brief guidelines for effectively carrying out your work as a Traffic Controller. It forms part of the training package for Traffic Controllers. Main Roads Western Australia requires all accredited Traffic Controllers at roadwork sites in Western Australia to operate in compliance with the guidelines contained in this handbook.

State Road Traffic Management Company Registration Scheme

List of companies registered to work on State controlled roads

Guide to the Preparation of Traffic Management Plans

This Guide has been prepared  to assist in the preparation of submissions to conduct works on roads that are under the care, control, and management of MRWA and may be used for arterial roads under Local Government control. It generally meets the Traffic Management requirements of MRWA Specification 202 – Traffic.


Generic / Site Specific Traffic Management Plan Checklist

 Can I use a generic plan or do I require a site-specific plan?

The amount of details and information to be provided in a TMP can vary depending upon the nature and complexity of the project.  For routine/repetitive type works such as minor pavement maintenance, a generic TMP may be appropriate. 

The below checklist has been developed to assist in determining the need for the traffic management setup to be generic or site specific. However, those implementing the plan need to be very aware of the scope of situations covered by the plan. 

Where a TMP is to be used on more than one occasion or at a number of generic locations, continuous improvement must be considered. This will ensure the quality of traffic management is maintained or improved where required. The process should include debrief meetings to discuss any issues or risks associated with the plan. TMP’s must be kept up to date taking into account changes in; traffic volumes, vehicle types, the road environment, work practices, legislation and/or standards. As a minimum, TMPs should be reviewed at least once in any 12 month period.

 A ‘Yes’ to any of the questions requires a Site Specific plan




1. Is the traffic management required to be implemented for more than 14 hours within a single shift?



2. Are works on a Freeway affecting a trafficable lane? (does not include on or off ramps)




3. Does the work area exceed 2km in length?




4. Do the works involve closing a traffic lane, exceeding 1000 vehicles per hour?




5. Do the works involve closing a lane within 200m of an intersection at a time when traffic counts exceed 500 vph per lane?



6. Do works require detouring traffic on a major or multi lane road?



7. Are there any visibility issues which could affect sight distance or vision of the road user on approach to the work area that are not catered for in the generic TMP?



8. Does the site contain side roads or driveways that are not catered for in the generic TMP that may impact on the site?



9. Will works interfere with the operation of permanent traffic signals? (e.g. switching to flashing amber?)



10. Will the works result in the complete closure of turning lanes?




11. Are the works likely to result in re-alignment of a road section or intersection impacting on a railway crossing?



12. Will the works be within 300m of a rail crossing and significantly affect traffic flow through the rail crossing?



13. Will the works affect path users that cannot be catered for in the generic TMP?







Construction Training Fund

"The Construction Training Fund provides funding support for training of eligible workers in the construction industry. We acknowledge the support of the Construction Training Fund in reducing the costs of training for eligible workers."

Please contact Perth Traffic Training for eligibility.

Star Training and Assessing 

Star Training and Assessing RTO 21830 are our training partners. They offer courses including first aid, fork lift, working at heights and others 


The USI is a reference number made up of ten numbers and letters that:

  • creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia, from all training providers you undertake recognised training with
  • will give you access to your training records and transcripts
  • can be accessed online, anytime and anywhere
  • is free and easy to create and
  • stays with you for life 

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