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Save the date: 2024 TTM roadshows

The Temporary Traffic Management Industry Steering Group (ISG) and Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) are pleased to be bringing one of 13 regional TTM roadshows to a location near you over the next few months.

These roadshows are designed to expand understanding of risk-based TTM and engage the diverse range of stakeholders involved in the TTM sector as we work together to transition toward a more risk-based approach to TTM. Each roadshow will:

  • Explore risk-based TTM, with a focus on expected outcomes and benefits
  • Provide an understanding PCBU responsibilities and roles within the HSWA
  • Maximise collaboration among different PCBU types to enhance efficiency and safety in TTM
  • Promote the CCNZ Practice Note for Protecting Vulnerable Road Users in Temporary Traffic Management Environments.

Attendees can expect presentations and interactive activities exploring risk, risk-based TTM solutions, PCBU duties, planning, roles and responsibilities, as well as tools and resources available to support a risk-based approach, and presentation of the Practice Note.

The evening will close with Q&A session led by a panel of local representatives (including contractor, RCA and TTM supplier), to explore real-world applications of risk-based approaches relevant to your region. 

Date Location
Wednesday 22 May Tauranga
Thursday 23 May Christchurch
Tuesday 28 May Auckland
Tuesday 4 June

Palmerston North

Thursday 6 June Napier
Tuesday 11 June Whang─ürei
Tuesday 18 June New Plymouth
Thursday 18 July Dunedin
Monday 22 July Hamilton (TARMAC '24)
Claudelands Arena
Thursday 8 August Nelson
Wednesday 14 August Invercargill
Tuesday 3 September Wellington
Wednesday 4 September Gisborne

All roadshow events, including those held as part of a broader conference programme (ie, TARMAC '24 and The Civil Contractors Conference), are FREE to attend.

Registrations are already open for the Hamilton event as part of TARMAC '24 (please select TARMAC '24 P.I.C.K.L.E. Day 22nd July). Registrations for the other events will open shortly, as venues are confirmed.

In the meantime, we encourage you to continue to visit the ISG website and to sign up for our e-newsletter to make sure you are the first to know when registrations open for your region. Some venues will have a limit on the number of attendees, so make sure you get in fast.

CCNZ Practice Note for Protecting Vulnerable Road Users in Temporary Traffic Management Environments

For more information about the CCNZ Practice Note for Protecting Vulnerable Road Users in Temporary Traffic Management Environments, check out the Safety Alert and Practice Note issued by CCNZ today (1 May 2024).

CCNZ will be hosting a webinar on Tuesday (7 May) discussing how the new guidance was developed and how it can be applied. It will also include a Q&A session so any issues can be explored and questions answered. People can register for the webinar here.