Temporary Traffic Management Training – Canterbury | Waitaha
8 years on from the devastating 2011 earthquake that took 185 lives and changed many others in the city, the repercussions on Canterbury infrastructure remain.
As per the NZTA website, transport investment in Greater Christchurch over the next three years will focus on the following areas:
- Completing construction of the Christchurch Southern Motorway and the Northern Arterial, providing better access from the south and north of the city for both commuters and freight.
- Progressing phase two of ‘An Accessible City’ to realise the aspirations of the rebuilt city to provide safer and more convenient transport choices. This will include the upgrade of Hereford, High, Victoria and Montreal streets as part of supporting the central city rebuild. There are $22m of projects in the NLTP for this work.
- Making progress on Christchurch’s major cycleway network to provide safe, alternative travel choices.
- Planning safety and access improvements along Brougham Street.
Further north, investment in both the Kaikōura and Hurunui districts will remain focused on earthquake recovery and completing the rebuild of the state highway and the local road networks.
Traffic Controller (TC) & Site Traffic Management Supervisor (STMS) Training for Your Team
With an extensive programme in the pipeline for Christchurch, and maintenance of the road network further afield throughout Canterbury, it is vital that the region has a sufficient labour force in place to cope to meet demand.
TTM Training and Compliance offer a range of courses, including the much sought after Traffic Controller (TC) and Site Traffic Management Supervisors (STMS) accreditations, as well as training leading to qualification as a Kerbside Collection Traffic Leader (KCTL).
Our proficient NZTA accredited trainers are able to come to your location to deliver our courses to your staff, either in small or large groups.
Remember, providers of temporary traffic management have an obligation to ensure all employees or contractors deployed hold valid Traffic Controller (TC) or Site Traffic Management Supervisors (STMS) accreditations (as appropriate to the job role).
Book online today with TTM Training and Compliance Ltd to certify your Canterbury based staff, or renew an existing certification through our refresher course.
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