Road Safety Mornington Peninsula

What we do at road safety Mornington peninsula

About Us road safety Mornington peninsula
road safety Mornington peninsula Traffic Safety is a not for profit organization incorporated in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia Number: A0104309E dedicated to promoting the prevention of both physical and emotional illness and disability through the reduction of road fatalities and injuries. It achieves this through innovative road safety awareness programs, driver education, advocacy, research and community engagement. Driving the safety message for every road user, every day, to achieve a significant year-on-year reduction in road deaths and injuries nationally.
traffic management
traffic control
  • Road safety awareness programs
  • Traffic control Training
  • Driving school training for low-income earners ( supporting the local community hub)
  • Traffic management for local events (donations based and when possible)
  • Traffic management for other work via one of our sponsors

focus Mornington Peninsula

Our core focus is on public road safety. We address all types of safety issues, poor road conditions, appropriate signage, traffic diversions, monitoring motorist flow, pedestrians flow, temporary traffic risk mitigation management plans, traffic controllers behaviors, traffic management companies performance, independent compliance audits, and task risk assessments.

services

  • Emergency events: such as a fire or flood,
  • dangerous trees or debris on the road,
  • destruction or damage to the road or a bridge
  • , traffic congestion for response vehicles
  • road Incidents,
  •  Driver Training (low-income Earners)
  • (conditions apply

Get Involved

  • Host an activity or awareness event
  • Simply changing an in-car behavior
  • Promoting and posting information and tips on social media or in your newsletter
  • Speaking up, share your story to help raise public awareness
  • Fundraising activities, donations, grant
  • Road safety education in schools

We recently have started looking at green waste recycling and we will try in the next few months to develop a program for recycling, Various research project is currently in progress in reference to future energy production.

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Traffic management group is simply a group of small/medium traffic management companies in and around the Mornington Peninsula, Who supports Traffic safety incorporated org in Victoria, for the improvement of road safety, and traffic management procedures in the Mornington Peninsula, Joining their individual resources they are now capable of tendering for Bigger projects, and increasing their presence on the roads, To put it in short, they are subcontractors to Traffic management group, supported by Us, Teamwork, communication is the key to our operation, The clients only have to deal with us for their requirement we will do the rest. ( Insurance and permits are provided by us)

  • We support and train Workers to join the traffic management Industry
  • We also support ” protect the environment policy” in all our operations

Our process

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TRAFFIC CONTROL & TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS
  • Civil works (Vic Roads or Council works)
  • Traffic control at construction sites
  • Film and security traffic management
  • Emergency call outs (24/7 service)
  • Freeway works
  • Crane works, Utility works
  • Site survey and safety audits
  • Project-specific safety management plans for traffic control
  • Providing a modern fleet of fully equipped control utes
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TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLANS

Each management plan is created by our experienced planning team using the latest computer software.  plans are made to suit the worksite. planning is an important task as any possible dangers must be considered. Plans are vital for anyone working near roads or pedestrians as the safety of workers, pedestrians, and nearby drivers is a priority. Our planning team ensures all situations are taken into account when developing the plans. Traffic management plans are also important as authorities and councils require plans for permit processing.

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FLEET

Our company owns and operates fully equipped vehicles that are constantly maintained to ensure safety and availability. Each vehicle is fitted with a GPS. The GPS in each of the vehicles ensures safety standards are met, traffic controllers, arrive on-site at appropriate times and vehicle maintenance is kept up to date. Unlike many traffic control companies, we also own and operate our own TMA vehicles. Each TMA vehicle features Scorpian 180 Energy Absorption Units and VMS Board Capabilities to ensure safety is paramount whilst on site. We are the only group owning static TMAs (pictures below)

Safe driving program apply

At Traffic safety incorporated association, we are currently in the process of offering free driving experience our Safe driving program in the Mornington peninsula only  to young people other the age of 16 years old and currently, holders of a learners permit issued by Vic roads

  • The initial requirement for our Safe driving program, be for low income earning families ( evidence of such will need to be provided, Recommendations from other Community organization)
  • Service may be available to families  who are not in the above bracket, (conditions apply)
  • We are a not for profit organization who relies purely on donations to offer our services, and as such can only do as our budget dictates (petrol cost, vehicle insurance, etc,) so we can keep this program ongoing

We have noticed  the new requirements to obtain a drivers license is a logbook  with 160 hours of driving experience required to sit the test,  we disagree with that, and find it of no help and just another added burden to parenting,  Experience is acquired in all sort of vehicles, 4 wheel drives,  V8, V6,  whatever the family vehicle is.  And realistically people are gaining experience in vehicles that they will not be able to drive under a Probationary license.

  • We wonder if Vic road is promoting road Familiarity or safe driving?
  • Our Vehicles are 2018- 2019 models with full safety features, (Keeping in mind that safety features can not be used in a test, Remember That you can fail your test if Vic roads tester notices any driver assistance system enabled)

We will keep you posted on when the service to our community will start operating, and how to apply for free hours.

Apply to join the Safe driving program, Register, more info

Safe driving program A basic ‘before you drive’ checklist driver learning

Safe driving program Legal matters

  • I know I can legally supervise a learner driver: (Check requirements for your state or territory). My learner and I each have our driver’s licence with us, it’s current, and we are complying with our licence conditions.
  • Our Driver learning car is road worthy and registered. I know the conditions on my car insurance that apply while my learner is driving.
  • We have L plates for the Safe driving program correctly positioned on the front and back of our car.
  • The learner has their Logbook (as required), I have read and understand the instructions and advice.

Safe driving program Attention matters

  • We have both had enough sleep. Ask your learner how much sleep they’ve had in the last 48 hours if you’re not sure.
  • We both feel calm and we have enough time. The type of possible distractions in and around the car will suit the learning situation. (Few if any when just got L’s. Later, gradually introduce distractions and help your driver learn to manage them.) Safe driving program

Safe driving program Learning matters

  • I have a good understanding of Safe driving program knowledge, ability, and experience. I have asked my learner what concerns he or she has about learning.
  • I have asked my learner what he or she wants to do or feels they need to do. (If this is different to what you think is best, see if they can work out why rather than say, ‘You must do it my way’, or
  •  ‘You do as I say.’)
  • We have talked about and agree to what we are going to do and why.
  • Any new task my learner tries, I will first check that it has been explained and demonstrated.

Safe driving program Words matter

  • I know I have to be mindful that some words I use may have little meaning to my learner. I’ve asked them to tell me if I use words they do not understand. Driver learning
  • I may hear driving instructors use terms I’m unsure about. I will ask them what they mean. For example, blind-spots, block-outs, head-check, friction point, cover the brake, set-up the brake, crash avoidance space, scanning, hazards, safe following distance, and there are many more.

Safe driving program Safety matters

  • I have bought a stick-on rear vision mirror that I can use from the passenger’s seat.
  • I know I must check first that it’s safe for my learner to get into and out of the car. I appreciate they may not be thinking clearly.
  • I have double checked passengers are seated correctly, have their seat belts fitted properly, and have adjusted their head restraints.
  • I have explained to my learner that I’m a co-driver and I will be looking around and behind to double check our safety.
  • They know I’m not being controlling.
  • My Safe driving program learning driver knows how to slow and stop the car before they move off. I’ve demonstrated it.
  • We’ve talked about where we are going and how we’re getting there.
  • I have checked there is safe space around the car for us to move off, given my learner’s skill.
  • I judge the situations we are likely to encounter fit with my learner’s skill level.
  • We’ve talked about tricky traffic situations we could meet on this drive and how we will manage them. We have discussed and practised what I will do if I have to take over some control

Safe driving program Directions matter

  • I know I have to be careful about using words like stop or right. (They could be taken literally.)
  • I know I have to give directions for going, slowing, or turning well ahead of time.
  • I know the At Do method works best, e.g. At the traffic lights near the service station, we’ll Do this: take the left lane, turn left and then keep in the left lane.

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