Basic Traffic Management Course (BTMC)
The Code of Practice for Traffic Control at Work Zone came into effect on 23 April 2007 and was recently revised. The objective of the revisions is to improve upon existing practices and its user friendliness. This full day workshop aims to empower participants with the knowledge to develop their own traffic control plan in order to protect their workers involved in roadworks, such as construction or landscaping or tree pruning by the roads, maintenance/installation of ERP, traffic lighting, street lighting, road repair/maintenance, and others.
By the end of the course, participants will gain an understanding of each step involved in providing traffic controls, identifying and applying workable concepts and techniques and better appreciate the principles in design and installation of traffic control devices.
Method Of Instruction
The instructors will use discussion and hands-on practice to help participants master the information presented in the course.
Who Should Attend?
Project managers, engineers and supervisors who need to interact with traffic in the course of their work. Individuals who work on LTA projects will also find this course useful.
- Introduction to Code of Practice for Traffic Control
- Basic Signages and Their Use
- Basic Traffic Safety Devices and Their Use
- Manual Operated Stop/Go Sign Operating Procedures
- Procedures in Laying of Traffic Signages and other safety devices
- Steps in Developing a Good Traffic Control Plan
- Effective Implementation of Traffic Control Plan
- Legal Consequences of Action and Inaction Relative to Traffic Control
- General Test