Fully accredited Traffic Controllers
All of our Traffic Controllers are licensed and accredited to a minimum of level 2 with the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads.
A number of our Controllers have also received training from Energex and have attained M31 Electrical Spotters Accreditation for works near power lines. We also have Controllers accredited with First Aid Officer Certification. All Traffic Controllers are supplied with a full complement of personal protective equipment and Hi-Viz / reflective uniforms. We also have a team of Traffic Managers with Traffic Management Design Accreditation.
Our fleet of vehicles are equipped with rotating and hazard lights with the very latest digital adjustable reversing beepers. All vehicles are fitting with GPS locating.
We pride ourselves on our workforce
Traffic Control innovations prides itself on the stability of our workforce, where the majority of our Traffic Controllers have been employed in continuous service to our Principals for some 5 years plus.
Third Party/Public Liability is in place in the sum of $20M with Lloyds of London. Within the same Policy they also cover us for Professional Indemnity Insurance. WorkCover Insurance is current for all of our Employees.
As a member of the Traffic Management Association of Queensland, we are very involved in working with the Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads and are certified # 0218).
Traffic Control Innovations utilises and maintains an integrated management system combining both Safety and Quality management. Principles of our Quality, Environment, Health and Safety management system are listed in the integrated management system.
We also maintain a strict Environmental policy and are certified for the Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2015
Traffic control Innovations will always operate in strict conformity with the requirements of the Australian Guide to Temporary Traffic Management (AGTTM). The Queensland Guide to Temporary Traffic Management (QGTTM) , The Queensland Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (QMUTCD) and NSW Traffic Control at Work Sites. It is a requirement of Council and Police Departments. Traffic Guidance Schemes are prepared and endorsed by Accredited Traffic Management Designers.