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Temporary Traffic Management Audit Course

  • Date(s)
    Thursday, 3 October 2019
  • Time(s)
    9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Venue
    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland
  • Fee

    Members: €325
    Non-Members: €375

    NOTE: You can only book online using credit or debit card details.  If your preferred method of payment is by invoice / purchase order / bank transfer / other, please contact the CPD Training Team on 01-6651305, or email to secure a place.

  • CPD Credit
    6.5 hours   C2

Course overview

This is a one day classroom course with a written evaluation (multiple choice) at the end of the course. This course may count towards CPD Points.

It details the requirements of HD16 as prescribed by EU Road Infrastructure Safety Management Directive 2008/96/96/EC (S.I. No. 472/2011) and as set out by the TII in CC-STY-04002. It explains the principles of TTM, the process involved in producing an Audit Report from site visits, risk assessments, method statements and the actual TTM layouts. It covers the various legislation and guidance documents governing TTM, the principles of TTM, potential hazards, use of photographs, design parameters and reporting.

Course aim

To deliver appropriate training course to meet the requirements of HD16 for an Inspection Team Member (ITM) to carry out a Temporary Traffic Management Audit (TMA) in accordance with best international practice and relevant legislation. 

Learning  objectives

  1. Explain the need for carrying out a TTM audit, the requirement of HD16 and the legislation as prescribed in Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual, the Guidance for the Control and Management of Traffic at Road Works and other relevant documents
  2. Train Engineers to interpret and apply the theory behind TTM to the full range of site and road conditions likely to be encountered on Road Authority road works projects and maintenance operations
  3. Provide Engineers with an understanding of the governing legislation and the legal duties of the ITM and other relevant duty holders in the context of TTM auditing of road works projects and road maintenance operations

Who should attend?

All Engineers who may have a responsibility for auditing Temporary Traffic Management (TTM) Schemes as part of their civil engineering role. 

Trainer’s profile

Barry Bessant
  • CIF Qualified PSCS and PSDP
  • IOSH Qualified in Managing Health & Safety in Construction
  • LASNTG Qualified in High Speed Roadworks
  • Traffic Management/Traffic Safety and Control Officer
  • Trainer of the Department of Transport/NRA/LGMSB approved Traffic Management Design Course
  • Trainer of CHM Group Temporary Traffic Management Audit course
  • Designer & Trainer of Traffic Management Manual Handling course
  • Designer & Trainer of TM Banksman course 
November 2015                              
Joined CHM Group as a Director of CHM Consultancy & Training Ltd
June 2009 to November 2015      
Previously responsible for setting up Gary Keville Traffic Management Ltd and running the Company as the Operations Manager
May 2004 to June 2009                 
Project Manager for CHM Group involved in setting up CHM Traffic Management and developing its role as the industry leader
Worked on a number of high profile projects including:
  • The first LUAS construction – Sections from Amien Street to the Point and Leopardstown to Cherrywood.
  • The Boherboy Water Sewerage Scheme
  • The M11 upgrade from Wicklow Town to Cloghran Roundabout
  • The N51 Road Realignment from Slane to Navan


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3 October 2019



"Very good. Instructor is very knowledgeable in field. Excellent teacher."

"Excellent content and presentation from Barry who clearly has real hands on experience and knowledge."

"Very insightful and useful for my job."

"Excellent. Very informative, covered a lot in one day."

Diarmuid Hayes, Nicholas O'Dwyer Ltd.: "Very informative, well presented"


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