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Onsite traffic management project

Workplaces in the construction, manufacturing, transport and agriculture industries will be the focus of a statewide assessment campaign starting in July 2016 targeting traffic management.

The project aims to reduce the rate of fatalities and severity of injuries involving people being hit by mobile plant and vehicles at Queensland workplaces.

As part of the project, Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ) inspectors will visit workplaces to raise awareness of the risks and help them implement effective traffic management strategies.

Who is this campaign targeting?

The campaign is statewide. Inspectors will be visiting workplaces predominantly in the construction, agriculture, manufacturing, transport and logistics industries where there is mobile plant (e.g. forklifts, elevating work platforms, order pickers, earthmoving equipment, cranes) or other vehicle traffic (e.g. cars, trucks).WHSQ may contact you prior to visiting your workplace.

When can my business expect a visit?

Worksite assessments will occur in three phases:

  • Phase one - July to September 2016.
  • Phase two – March to May 2017.
  • Phase three – September to October 2017.

What can my business do to prepare and participate?

There are a range of resources that you can download and use in your workplace to improve your traffic management strategies and prepare for a visit.

Resources

Guidance material

Case studies

Films

Forklift safety films - SafeWork NSW

Want to share your workplace achievements?

If your workplace has effective traffic management practices and you would like to share your achievements through a case study, please contact us on (07) 3874 7687 or email safe@oir.qld.gov.au.

Last updated
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