Traffic Management Plan Templates
Set safe traffic and work zones during roadside construction activities and have confidence your team feels secure at work.
What is a Traffic Management Plan Template?
A traffic management plan template is used when planning safe traffic and work zones during roadside construction activities. It is used to keep workers safe from vehicles and equipment both outside and within roadside worksites. Traffic management plan templates can be used to assess workers’ compliance with safety precautions to improve traffic controls, the security of the work area, and general protection of all workers.
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1. Traffic Management Plan Template
Use this traffic management plan template when inspecting traffic control plans and safety precautions before commencing work each shift. Start the inspection by providing details of the project, speed limits and expected traffic conditions. Inspect the temporary traffic control safety measures including safety signs, channelizing devices, PPE worn and flagging. Next inspect the internal traffic control measures to ensure workers are safety separated from mobile construction equipment. Provide a final overall rating of the traffic control measures and any recommendations.
2. Traffic Control Plan Template
Use this traffic control plan template 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 photo of defective equipment and assign corrective action to different workers.
3. Construction Pre Start Checklist
Start each road construction workday with a safety meeting. Conditions can change greatly from day to day in the workzone and surrounding traffic areas. Work zone workers, drivers and flaggers should be briefed on the work activity schedule each day and identify and share potential hazards. A pre-start checklist or toolbox meeting record is a great way to document safety meetings each day and have all staff sign and document each meeting.
4. PPE Safety Checklist
Road construction activity can be extremely hazardous. It is important to wear high visibility vests and appropriate PPE to avoid hazards, particularly when conducting works at night. Use this checklist to identify risks and hazards associated with the task performed and select the proper PPE to use.
5. Construction and Excavation Safety Checklist
One of the most common road operations involves construction and excavation. Use this template to inspect daily worksite and equipment before excavation work begins. Start by recording the excavation purpose, dimensions, soil type, protective systems and equipment being used. Next, assess the safety of access to the work area and ensure utilities, barriers, walkways, and warning systems are in place. Then, gauge the underground atmosphere and installation of the support systems. Finally, provide recommendations and safety tips.