Any person or party intending to undertake an event or conduct works that may impact on traffic (including pedestrian traffic) within any part of the road reserve shall, as a condition of approval by Main Roads , Local Government or any other authority responsible for the road, ensure that the person performing the tasks contained in Table 5 - Main Roads' Traffic Management for Works on Roads Code of Practice hold a relevant and current traffic management certificate of accreditation.
The training required for all levels of accreditation excluding Event Traffic Controllers, is fully aligned to Units of Competency from National Training Packages.
Main Roads certificate and proof of certification is provided in the form of a 'Photo ID' card and is issued for each category of accreditation to individuals who successfully meet the pre-requisites applicable for each level of accreditation.
All accreditation is valid for three years following which reaccreditation is required.
Accreditation certificates are only permitted to be issued by a Main Roads approved training provider.
The following application forms should be used by applicants to apply for Main Roads Traffic Management Accreditation or Re-Accreditation and lodged with a MRWA approved training provider:
As of 1st January 2017 Main Roads will be adopting the Austroads National Traffic Control at Worksites Training Framework. After this date those seeking accreditation or re-accreditation in TC, BWTM or AWTM will be required to meet these new requirements which involve two additional units of competency. See below document for more information:
The training framework will be delivered by all Main Roads approved training providers.
The following training providers have met the requirements detailed within the MRWA Service Agreement for Trainers and been approved to issue Traffic Management accreditation on behalf of Main Roads .
The following graduate search link had been provided to enable employers, government instrumentalities and others to check and verify that a person holds a valid Main Roads Traffic Management accreditation.
The database is updated within 5-working days of a person been issued with a Main Roads Traffic Management accreditation and is the only official register.
Those that are not listed had either not been issued with a Main Roads Traffic Management accreditation or their accreditation had expired or withdrawn.
This training and accreditation database is a web-based application primarily designed to enable graduates accreditation details to be update by external training providers.
Approved RTOs are required to upload details of those who have successfully met all accreditation pre-requisites into the Main Roads Training and accreditation database within 5-working days from the date of issue of the Main Roads Traffic Management accreditation.
The training and accreditation database cannot be accessed by unauthorised users.