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Cut inspection time by 50% Uncover more issues and solve them 4x faster Select from over 4000 expert-proofed templates Traffic Control Audit Checklist Template Audit General Is traffic control effective from a drive through? Yes No N/A Are signs easy to read and spaced effectively for the road user? Yes No N/A Are speed restrictions in force? Yes No N/A Are speed restriction generally being adhered to? Yes No N/A Was the wait time reasonable? Yes No N/A Was an alternate route used to bypass work area? Yes No N/A Is the road surface travelled through, around or past the work site satisfactory? Yes No N/A Did traffic controllers seem courteous and helpful to road users? Yes No N/A TCP Refer: Traffic Control at Worksites manual - section 4 Has a standard TCP been selected? Yes No N/A Did the TCP require modification?RMS red ticket needed. Yes No N/A Was a new TCP drawn?RMS orange ticket needed. Yes No N/A Is the approved TCP on site and signed?TCWS 4.3.4 Yes No N/A Is the location risk assessment attached?WHS procedure 6.10 section 12.1 Yes No N/A Is the TCP relevant to the work being conducted?TCWS 4.4.2 Yes No N/A Are all signs and devices in place as per the TCP?TCWS 4.4.2 Yes No N/A Roadwork Speedlimits Refer: Traffic Control at Worksites Manual - section 8 Is a worksite speed reduction in place?TCWS 8.2 Yes No N/A Are speed limit signs correctly spaced?TCWS 8.2.4 Yes No N/A Are conflicting speed limit signs and pavement markings covered or removed?TCWS 8.2.5a & e Yes No N/A Has the speed limit been notified to relevant authorities?WHS procedure 6.10 section 10.2. Yes No N/A Is a road occupancy license (ROL) required and on site? Yes No N/A Is the speed limit noted on the TCP?TCWS 8.2 Yes No N/A Signs and Devices Refer: Traffic Control at Worksites Manual - sections 3, 5, 9. Are signs current and in good condition?TCWS 3.1.1 Yes No N/A Are signs the correct size?TCWS 3.2.2 Yes No N/A Are signs erected at the correct height and position?TCWS 3.2.7 & 3.2.8 Yes No N/A Verify daily traffic control sign inspection have taken place and documented?WHS procedure 6.10 appendix B. Yes No N/A Are barrier boards being used effectively? Yes No N/A Are cones and bollards installed at correct spacings?TCWS 5.2.2 Yes No N/A Have the needs for pedestrians been provided for?TCWS 9.3 Yes No N/A Have cyclists needs been considered?TCWS 9.4 Yes No N/A Have residents entry and exit been considered and controlled?TCWS 9.7 Yes No N/A Have signs and devices been checked for night visibility?TCWS 9.2.8 Yes No N/A Has the potential for end of queue accidents been considered?TCWS 3.5.7 Yes No N/A Portable Traffic Signals Is the approach speed 80km or less?TCWS 10.7.2 Yes No N/A Is the minimum sight distance provided?TCWS 10.7.3 Yes No N/A Is the signal timing setup effective for traffic flow?TCWS 10.11.2 Yes No N/A Flashing Arrow Sign / Variable Message Board Is it the correct type and approved for use?TCWS 3.2.11 & 11.2 Yes No N/A It is located in a safe position?TCWS 11.4.4 Yes No N/A Is the message relevant and readable?TCWS 3.2.9 Yes No N/A Traffic Controllers Refer: Traffic Control at Worksites Manual - section 8.1 Traffic controllers have been trained and are carrying the RMS blue ticket? Yes No N/A Has an escape route been clearly defined? Yes No N/A Are controllers wearing the appropriate high visible uniform with authorized traffic controller notation? Yes No N/A Are controllers positioned to be visible for approaching traffic?TCWS 8.1.1d & f Yes No N/A Is there sufficient communications between controllers?TCWS 8.1.1g Yes No N/A Are rest breaks setup for controllers?TCWS 8.1.1h Yes No N/A Other worksite Hazards or Comments: Recommendations: Signature of Traffic Control Supervisor
Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.