• Audit Title

  • Document No.

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel


  • Is traffic control effective from a drive through?<br>

  • Are signs easy to read and spaced effectively for the road user?

  • Are speed restrictions in force?

  • Are speed restriction generally being adhered to?

  • Was the wait time reasonable?

  • Was an alternate route used to bypass work area?

  • Is the road surface travelled through, around or past the work site satisfactory?

  • Did traffic controllers seem courteous and helpful to road users?

  • General comments.


  • Refer: Traffic Control at Worksites manual - section 4

  • Has a standard TCP been selected?

  • Did the TCP require modification?<br>RMS red ticket needed.

  • Was a new TCP drawn?<br>RMS orange ticket needed.

  • Is the approved TCP on site and signed?<br>TCWS 4.3.4

  • Is the location risk assessment attached?<br>WHS procedure 6.10 section 12.1

  • Is the TCP relevant to the work being conducted?<br>TCWS 4.4.2

  • Are all signs and devices in place as per the TCP?<br>TCWS 4.4.2

  • Add comments regarding the TCP.

Roadwork Speedlimits

  • Refer: Traffic Control at Worksites Manual - section 8

  • Is a worksite speed reduction in place?<br>TCWS 8.2

  • Are speed limit signs correctly spaced?<br>TCWS 8.2.4

  • Are conflicting speed limit signs and pavement markings covered or removed?<br>TCWS 8.2.5a & e

  • Has the speed limit been notified to relevant authorities?<br>WHS procedure 6.10 section 10.2.

  • Is a road occupancy license (ROL) required and on site?<br>

  • Is the speed limit noted on the TCP?<br>TCWS 8.2

  • Add comment regarding speed limits.

Signs and Devices

  • Refer: Traffic Control at Worksites Manual - sections 3, 5, 9.

  • Are signs current and in good condition?<br>TCWS 3.1.1

  • Are signs the correct size?<br>TCWS 3.2.2

  • Are signs erected at the correct height and position?<br>TCWS 3.2.7 & 3.2.8

  • Verify daily traffic control sign inspection have taken place and documented?<br>WHS procedure 6.10 appendix B.

  • Are barrier boards being used effectively?

  • Are cones and bollards installed at correct spacings?<br>TCWS 5.2.2

  • Have the needs for pedestrians been provided for?<br>TCWS 9.3

  • Have cyclists needs been considered?<br>TCWS 9.4

  • Have residents entry and exit been considered and controlled?<br>TCWS 9.7

  • Have signs and devices been checked for night visibility?<br>TCWS 9.2.8

  • Has the potential for end of queue accidents been considered?<br>TCWS 3.5.7

Portable Traffic Signals

  • Refer: TCWS section 10

  • Is the approach speed 80km or less?<br>TCWS 10.7.2

  • Is the minimum sight distance provided?<br>TCWS 10.7.3

  • Is the signal timing setup effective for traffic flow?<br>TCWS 10.11.2

Flashing Arrow Sign / Variable Message Board

  • TCWS section 11

  • Is it the correct type and approved for use?<br>TCWS 3.2.11 & 11.2

  • It is located in a safe position?<br>TCWS 11.4.4

  • Is the message relevant and readable?<br>TCWS 3.2.9

  • Add comments regarding signs and devices.

Traffic Controllers

  • Refer: Traffic Control at Worksites Manual - section 8.1

  • Traffic controllers have been trained and are carrying the RMS blue ticket?

  • Has an escape route been clearly defined?

  • Are controllers wearing the appropriate high visible uniform with authorized traffic controller notation?

  • Are controllers positioned to be visible for approaching traffic?<br>TCWS 8.1.1d & f

  • Is there sufficient communications between controllers?<br>TCWS 8.1.1g

  • Are rest breaks setup for controllers?<br>TCWS 8.1.1h

  • Add comments regarding traffic controllers.

Other worksite Hazards or Comments:


  • Enter comments or recommendations;

  • Signature of auditor:

  • Signature of Traffic Control Supervisor

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