Traffic management planning.
Traffic control and management.
Traffic management plans are vital for organisations working near roads or pedestrian pathways and a requirement of state authorities and councils who require professionally developed traffic management plans as part of a permit process.
All About Traffic Management can design traffic management plans that not only satisfy the requirements of authorities, but also identify potential hazards, minimise on-site risk for your organisation and members of the public and maximise the efficiency of the works.
We have a qualified team that understands the requirements of the relevant local ,state and national traffic safety codes and uses traffic planning software to develop plans for both temporary and long term traffic management measures for any project.
Whether your project requires a multi-phase delivery including multiple road closures and detours or a more simple approach such as a lane closure – All About Traffic Management can formulate a traffic management plan for your needs.
Our traffic controllers are accredited and supported with a fleet of fully equipped vehicles and equipment.
All About Traffic Management specialise in the provision of traffic management planning, and implementation. With highly trained traffic controllers, well equipped vehicles and well maintained equipment for the installation of both short and long term temporary traffic guidance schemes.
Not only can All About Traffic Management provide all of your traffic management needs, we also have a varied range of equipment to suit all temporary traffic guidance schemes
● Variable Message Boards
● Trailer mounted Arrow Boards
● Water filled Barriers
● Portable Traffic Lights
● Multi-Message Frames
All About Traffic Management can provide equipment and staff for all types of temporary, short term and long term projects.
We have developed systems to effectively manage the traffic management planning process, using a sophisticated traffic plan design system.
Our traffic management professionals are able to attend site inspections, formulate the appropriate traffic management scheme and help organise Council, Road Authorities and/or Police Permits. This allows All About Traffic Management to provide complete traffic management solutions for our clients.
Traffic control equipment hire.
"NO GO ZONE" spotting.
All About Traffic Management supplies a wide range of traffic management equipment to our clients. Our range of equipment is regularly serviced, well maintained and VicRoads compliant. With new products regularly added and updated we can ensure that our clients are provided with the most up to date range of traffic control measures to cater to their traffic management needs.
Our range of equipment includes:
Variable Message Signs (VMS)
Trailer Mounted "C" Size Arrow Boards
Truck Mounted Attenuators (TMA)
Portable Traffic Lights
T Top Bollards
Multi Message Frames
Whether you need equipment for short or long term hire our team can assist you by providing competitive rates and can arrange for delivery, installation and pick up at a time to suit you and your project.
Keep your site safe and fully compliant by using an All About Traffic Management spotter next time you are working in a ‘no go zone’.
In accordance with current Worksafe and Energy Safe Rules a Qualified Electrical spotters must always be used for each piece of equipment being used near or within dangerous "no go" electrical zones.
All About Traffic Management can supply Electrical Spotters qualified to work with all types of plant and equipment. They are well trained and available to work with you and your staff to ensure the highest standard of safety is maintained on your work site at all times.
All our Electrical Spotters are fully qualified and hold current Energy Safe Spotter Registration, First Aid and CPR Certificates. Many of our spotters also hold current Dogger’s certificates, please stipulate what plant or equipment you will be using when booking a spotter so that we can ensure the correct level of certification for your work site. If you are unsure if you require a spotter on site contact us and we can clarify the rules with you to determine if a spotter is needed on the work site.