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Separation

Are separate entries and exits provided for vehicles and pedestrians including visitors?

Do the entries and exits protect pedestrians from being struck by vehicles?

Does the layout of the workplace effectively separate pedestrians, vehicles and powered mobile plant?

Are systems in place to keep pedestrians and moving vehicles or plant apart like physical barriers, exclusion zones and safety zones?

Vehicle routes

Are the roads and pathways within the workplace suitable for the types and volumes of traffic?

Are loading zones clearly marked?

Do vehicle route designs take into account vehicle characteristics under all conditions, for example emergency braking, running out of fuel or adverse weather?

Are there enough parking places for vehicles and are they used?

Are traffic directions clearly marked and visible?

If one way system is provided for vehicle routes within the workplace is it properly designed, signposted and used?

Are vehicle routes wide enough to separate vehicles and pedestrians and for the largest vehicle using them?

Do vehicle routes have firm and even surfaces?

Are vehicle routes kept clear from obstructions and other hazards?

Are vehicle routes well maintained?

Do vehicle routes avoid sharp or blind corners?

Pedestrian routes

Are pedestrian walkways separated from vehicles?

Is there a safe pedestrian route which allows visitors to access the site office and facilities?

Are pedestrian walkways clearly marked?

Are pedestrian walkways well maintained?

Vehicle movement

Have drive-through, one-way systems been used to reduce the need for reversing?

Are non-essential workers excluded from areas where reversing occurs?

Are vehicles slowed to safe speeds, for example speed limiters on mobile plant or chicanes on vehicle routes?

Do drivers use the correct routes, drive within the speed limit and follow site rules?

Signs

Are there speed limit signs?

Are there clear warnings of powered mobile plant hazards?

Is there clear signage of pedestrian and powered mobile plant exclusion zones?

Is there enough lighting to ensure signs are visible, particularly at night?

Warning devices

Are flashing lights, sensors and reversing alarms installed on powered mobile plant?

Information, training and supervision

Do powered mobile plant operators have relevant high risk work licences?

Are they trained in operating the particular model of plant being used?

Have workers received site specific training and information on traffic hazards, speed limits, parking and loading areas?

Is information and instruction about safe movement around the workplace provided to visitors and external delivery drivers?

Is the level of supervision sufficient to check traffic movement and ensure safety of pedestrians and drivers?

Personal Protective Equipment

Is PPE like high visibility clothing provided and used where necessary?

Vehicle safety

Have vehicles and powered mobile plant been selected which are suitable for the tasks to be done?

Do vehicles have direct visibility or devices for improving vision like external and side mirrors and reversing sensors?

Are vehicles fitted with effective service and parking brakes?

Do vehicles and powered mobile plant have seatbelts where necessary?

Is there a regular maintenance program for all vehicles and powered mobile plant?

Is there a system for reporting faults on all vehicles and powered mobile plant?

Do drivers carry out basic safety checks before using vehicles?

Are there any other control measures that should be implemented to manage risks at your workplace?

Completion

Recommendations

Full Name and Signature of the Inspector

Traffic Control Measures Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 29

This template can be used to implement traffic control measures in your workplace. This covers vehicle and pedestrian routes, vehicle movements, warning devices, and traffic signs. Use iAuditor to capture a photo of defective equipment and assign a corrective action to different workers.

Signup for a free iAuditor account to download and edit this checklist. It will be added to your free account and you will be able to conduct inspections from your mobile device.

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Audit

Separation

Are separate entries and exits provided for vehicles and pedestrians including visitors?

Do the entries and exits protect pedestrians from being struck by vehicles?

Does the layout of the workplace effectively separate pedestrians, vehicles and powered mobile plant?

Are systems in place to keep pedestrians and moving vehicles or plant apart like physical barriers, exclusion zones and safety zones?

Vehicle routes

Are the roads and pathways within the workplace suitable for the types and volumes of traffic?

Are loading zones clearly marked?

Do vehicle route designs take into account vehicle characteristics under all conditions, for example emergency braking, running out of fuel or adverse weather?

Are there enough parking places for vehicles and are they used?

Are traffic directions clearly marked and visible?

If one way system is provided for vehicle routes within the workplace is it properly designed, signposted and used?

Are vehicle routes wide enough to separate vehicles and pedestrians and for the largest vehicle using them?

Do vehicle routes have firm and even surfaces?

Are vehicle routes kept clear from obstructions and other hazards?

Are vehicle routes well maintained?

Do vehicle routes avoid sharp or blind corners?

Pedestrian routes

Are pedestrian walkways separated from vehicles?

Is there a safe pedestrian route which allows visitors to access the site office and facilities?

Are pedestrian walkways clearly marked?

Are pedestrian walkways well maintained?

Vehicle movement

Have drive-through, one-way systems been used to reduce the need for reversing?

Are non-essential workers excluded from areas where reversing occurs?

Are vehicles slowed to safe speeds, for example speed limiters on mobile plant or chicanes on vehicle routes?

Do drivers use the correct routes, drive within the speed limit and follow site rules?

Signs

Are there speed limit signs?

Are there clear warnings of powered mobile plant hazards?

Is there clear signage of pedestrian and powered mobile plant exclusion zones?

Is there enough lighting to ensure signs are visible, particularly at night?

Warning devices

Are flashing lights, sensors and reversing alarms installed on powered mobile plant?

Information, training and supervision

Do powered mobile plant operators have relevant high risk work licences?

Are they trained in operating the particular model of plant being used?

Have workers received site specific training and information on traffic hazards, speed limits, parking and loading areas?

Is information and instruction about safe movement around the workplace provided to visitors and external delivery drivers?

Is the level of supervision sufficient to check traffic movement and ensure safety of pedestrians and drivers?

Personal Protective Equipment

Is PPE like high visibility clothing provided and used where necessary?

Vehicle safety

Have vehicles and powered mobile plant been selected which are suitable for the tasks to be done?

Do vehicles have direct visibility or devices for improving vision like external and side mirrors and reversing sensors?

Are vehicles fitted with effective service and parking brakes?

Do vehicles and powered mobile plant have seatbelts where necessary?

Is there a regular maintenance program for all vehicles and powered mobile plant?

Is there a system for reporting faults on all vehicles and powered mobile plant?

Do drivers carry out basic safety checks before using vehicles?

Are there any other control measures that should be implemented to manage risks at your workplace?

Completion

Recommendations

Full Name and Signature of the Inspector