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1 AAGSC Traffic Management Plan Template

2 Table of Contents 1.0 Overview Page 2.0 Objectives of the Traffic Management Plan 3.0 Traffic Management Safety Principals 4.0 Document Control 5.0 Pedestrian Management 6.0 Construction Traffic 6.1 Managing Construction Traffic 7.0 Unplanned Incidents 7.1 Traffic Incident Management 8.0 Rules for Driving Vehicles Airside 9.0 Rules for Driving Other Company Vehicles 10.0 Rules for Fork-Lift Driving 11.0 Authority to Drive Airside Explained 12.0 Consultation Guidelines 12.1 Risk Assessment 12.2 Control Action Plan for Risk Assessment 12.3 Communication 13.0 Endorsement 14.0 Related Guidelines and References Appendix A Maps

3 1.0 Overview Traffic Management is defined as the interaction between vehicles and their immediate environment (e.g. pedestrians, other vehicles, and infrastructure) and the processes undertaken to eliminate and/or reduce the risks associated with those interactions within Airports. This traffic management plan is a template document that can be adapted to individual airports. Employees and contractors within the confines of the Airport are required to operate vehicles, plant and equipment as part of their assigned activities. Such work includes the following activities: Aircraft loading/unloading activities tow motors, belt loaders, toilet truck, JCPL s, potable water truck, mobile stairs, forklifts, disabled passenger lifter, people mover; Refuelling activities; Pushback activities; Aircraft Servicing activities; Baggage room activities; Contractor access; Airside works. This Traffic Management Plan aims to address hazards associated with pedestrian/vehicle and vehicle/vehicle interactions within the workplace which are considered to present a risk of harm to people, property or environment if not managed in a careful and systematic way. Areas included within this Traffic Management Plan can include: Domestic and International Ramp, Baggage and Customer Services; Terminal Loading Docks etc. This Traffic Management Plan is effective from??/??/2011, until??/??/2012. It is to be reviewed every 12 months to ensure its accuracy, should there be any infrastructure redevelopment or as a result of an occurrence, this plan will be updated to reflect the changes as required. The Traffic Management Plan, prepared in accordance with the (insert state legislation) to manage disruptions to airside traffic movements as a result of the airside activities (and associated traffic). The Plan shall be developed in consultation with the (nominate committee or workgroup) and shall include, but not necessarily be limited to: i) Identifying measures to minimize impacts on existing traffic (including pedestrians, vehicles, equipment and aircraft movements) including the staging of construction works to minimise lane closures during peak periods and delay to traffic ii) Identifying access routes, entry and exit points for airside traffic impacts; iii) Identifying temporary and interim traffic arrangements for; iv) Traffic incident procedures; and vi) Appropriate review and amendment mechanisms.

4 2.0 Objectives of the Traffic Management Plan To prevent or minimise the risk of fatality, from hazards associated with company owned and leased vehicles, mobile plant and associated equipment on airport controlled facilities and provide processes that fulfill statutory requirements. This objective will be achieved by: Traffic management shall wherever possible separate vehicle routes from pedestrian areas; Clear access routes are to be provided through work areas, wherever practicable routes should be one-way traffic; All roadways, walkways and signage shall be marked in accordance with the appropriate standards; Crossing of vehicle traffic routes shall have well defined pedestrian crossings; Provision for dedicated delivery areas; Provision for appropriate lighting; House keeping requirements; All mobile plant and equipment, including buses and vans shall have reversing alarms, if not fitted vehicles shall be marshaled whilst reversing; Vehicles shall have hazard lights or flashing beacons operating whilst operating in pedestrian work areas; All persons travelling in any vehicle shall occupy a seat No Seat No Ride ; Where fitted, seat belts shall be worn; Vehicles must not be modified unless the modification is approved by a regulatory body, or as appropriate, it is modified as a result of a risk management process and does not increase risk in consultation with GSE; A valid licence, where required will be held and records kept as to its currency. 3.0 Traffic Management Safety Principles Separation of Pedestrians and Plant Equipment used is in good working order Influence on other vehicle operators One Way traffic flow where possible Appropriate behavior and respect for rules Speed control Supervision/Monitoring 4.0 Document Control The latest version of this plan will be available (add location). Distribution of the plan will be to those members of the (insert committee or workgroup). The (insert position title) will maintain, review and update this plan. Amendment

5 Each new revision to the plan will be distributed to all members with the instruction to destroy all superseded copies. The revision number is noted on each page. When amendments occur, the document or relevant section will be reissued with the revision number updated accordingly. 5.0 Pedestrian Management All activities specific to passengers with special needs must be included in the risk assessment process. The physical layout, hours of operation and scheduled activities/movements of the airport, freight terminals, engineering facilities, catering centre etc are to be considered when implementing control measures in an area or designated zone. Environmental factors must be considered such as lighting, noise, heat and weather conditions ie (wind, rain or sun). All control measures to be implemented must be in consultation with all key stakeholders of the area or designated zone. A review process to ascertain the effectiveness of an implemented control measure must be detailed in the Control Action Plan. An occurrence or near hit (near miss) involving a pedestrian and vehicle/equipment demands a review of the relevant risk assessment and subsequently the (insert) Airport Traffic Management Plan, for the area or designated zone the occurrence or near hit occurred in. 6.0 Construction Traffic This section outlines: the main construction activities; their potential impacts on airside traffic; proposals to mitigate those impacts. 6.1 Managing Construction Traffic The effective management of construction vehicle movements on site and throughout the airside environment is critical to the success of all projects and the safety of airside users. Project Managers will plan all construction vehicle movements by using Vehicle Movement Plans (VMP s) with the aim to minimise the risk to other road users and keep the traffic generated by the project to a minimum. Construction traffic movements may include: deliveries of materials, supplies, plant or equipment to site. Material deliveries will be scheduled for outside of peak traffic hours where feasible. transport of over dimension loads; haulage of earthwork materials; concrete deliveries; and regular traffic movements by construction personnel. A copy of the relevant VMP s will be provided to all contractors and construction traffic to make sure they use the preferred travelled paths when entering/leaving site.

6 Drawings will include all traffic arrangements to be implemented during all construction stages, including the management, location and duration of measures implemented, changes to traffic movements or speed limits, as well as available traffic lanes. 7.0 Unplanned Incidents An unplanned incident occurs without prior notice which can degrade safety and/or slow traffic flow and may include disabled vehicles, contaminated road surface (eg. FOD, oil/fuel spills), airside emergencies. Unplanned incidents can result in the partial or full closure of the affected airside road for an extended period of time. 7.1 Traffic Incident Management Traffic Incident Management refers to the delivery of planning and operational tasks by (insert company) in response to an unplanned incident. This is achieved through collaboration with emergency services and other key stakeholders to facilitate effective management of road users, and the airside road network.

7 8.0 Rules for Driving Vehicles The following rules apply to the operation of all types of aircraft service vehicles including (but not limited to); Tow Motors, Fork-lifts, JCPL s, Belt Loaders, Mobile Stairs, Pushback vehicles, People Movers or Golf Buggies, Company or Private Vehicles/Buses, Other Company Vehicles and Armoured Vehicles: Employees and Contractors driving and operating vehicles or equipment airside must do so in a safe manner; Vehicles operating airside must comply with all speed limits. Where signs do not define speed limits, the speed limits published by the Airport Authority will apply. Published speed limits are the maximum speeds for ideal conditions and must be adjusted to lower speeds when driving and visibility conditions deteriorate; Pre-operational safety checks must be conducted for vehicles and equipment; Damaged, faulty or unserviceable equipment must not be used, and the defective piece of equipment must be immediately tagged out and reported at the first instance to your Supervisor or Manager; All Foreign Object Debris (FOD) must be disposed of in the designated receptacles immediately on discovery; Employees only licensed and authorised to operate designated equipment are permitted to do so (state licence & ADA ) Authority to Drive Airside (ADA) and State Driving Licence must be carried by operators at all times while operating vehicles airside; Designated and marked roadways, where available, must always be used when operating equipment Circle of safety rules must always be adhered to when approaching aircraft; Aircraft always receive the right of way; Traffic signs and directional markings must be adhered to at all times; Mounting/dismounting a moving vehicle is prohibited at all times; Riding on, or carrying passengers on vehicles or equipment without an approved seat is strictly prohibited no seat, no ride; Equipment must always be parked in designated parking areas, and kept behind equipment lines when not in use; Vehicle engines must be switched off when unattended unless specified by relevant equipment and standard operating procedures; When approaching a blind or obstructed corner the operator/driver must proceed with caution at walking pace; An aircraft must never be approached whilst the anti-collision beacon is activated; Vehicles towing rolling stock must ensure the number of dollies, barrows and low profiles being towed does not exceed the limits detailed in the Ramp Services Manual; Where a load or obstacle impedes of blocks the view of the operator, the operator must engage a marshaller; Appropriate PPE must be worn at all times; Pedestrian walkways must be kept clear of obstacles at all times.

8 9.0 Rules for Driving Other Company Vehicles All employees driving Other company vehicles or their private vehicle when on company business, on public or private roads, must do so in a safe manner. This is to ensure their own and public safety. When a company vehicle is to be used, the company will provide a vehicle that meets appropriate safety standards. Drivers must hold a current licence from their own state or territory authority in which they live, along with a company Airside Operator Licence and an Airside Drivers Authority if they will be taking the vehicle airside. The Manager or Supervisor must provide a copy of the Safe Driving Guidelines and obtain verification that these have been read and accepted. They must also remind and encourage drivers to adopt low risk behaviours including adequate preparation for the drive and driving in a safe manner. Is this being completed? Does it need to be added to our controls? The Manager or Supervisor must arrange for a copy of an employee s licence and this shall be placed on file, at least annually. Is this being completed? Does it need to be added to our controls? As a minimum, employees must Complete a pre-start vehicle safety check; Comply with legislated road rules whilst driving on company business; Adhere to the company Safe Driving guidelines ; Adopt low risk driving style at all times; Immediately report any safety related matter to their Manager/Supervisor, eg vehicle defects; Immediately report any infringement notice, fines or licence cancellations to their manager; Complete incident/accident reports as appropriate; Mobile phone should be switched off unless using a fitted hands-free facility; Adhere to fatigue management guidelines; Adhere to Alcohol and Other Drugs policy, including the consideration of effects of any medication on driving performance.

9 10.0 Rules for Forklift Driving Where (insert company) employees or contractors are required to operate a forklift at an Airport within company leased or shared facility the following rules must apply: Under no circumstances is any person to ride on the tines of a forklift; Only licenced forklift operators are to operate the forklift, each operator must hold a Certificate of Competency obtained by the regulator; Forklift operators must only operate the size, weight and type of forklift they are licenced on; Pre-start check lists must be performed prior to operating equipment; All audible and visual systems fitted to a forklift must be fully operational prior to and during the operation of a forklift; All forklifts must comply with relevant Federal, and State legislative requirements; All operators must wear a seatbelt when operating a forklift; All operators must abide with site specific, local, federal and state road rules; When travelling on a forklift without a load, the tines on the forklift must be as far down as is practicable to the ground; When travelling on a forklift with a load that obscures the vision of the operator the forklift must be driven in reverse; Only loads that are within the lifting limitations of the forklift can be picked up or carried by the forklift; When entering and exiting doorways and/or openings, the forklift operator must sound the forklift horn and proceed at walking pace; When approaching blind corners or intersections with obscured vision the forklift operator must stop and then proceed with caution; Company owned or leased forklifts must display a current compliance/registration plate; Accidents and occurrences involving forklifts must be reported within legislative guidelines/timeframes as detailed by Federal and State regulatory authorities; All operators must also abide to the Rules for Driving Vehicles at (insert) Airport.

10 11.0 Authority to Drive Airside Explained In accordance with (insert) Airport Company Airport Airside Drivers guide the following rules apply to driving Airside. No person shall drive a vehicle unescorted on the Airside unless: The person holds a current Airside Operator Licence valid for the area of operation and understands the regulations and restrictions which apply to the movement area; The vehicle has a current Authority to Use Airside (AUA); The person is the holder of a current Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC); The person holds a current State motor vehicle driver s licence. Where a driver has their State driving licence suspended or disqualified, and is the holder of an Authority to Drive Airside, they must immediately notify both their company and Airport Company and surrender the Authority to the Airport Company, within 48 hours of the suspension or disqualification. If a driver is notified by the Airport Company that their Authority to Drive Airside has been cancelled or suspended, the driver must surrender it to the Airport Company: Immediately if notified while in charge of a vehicle airside; Otherwise within 48 hours. Drivers must wear a current ASIC when airside and are required to produce their Airport Operator s Licence and State Driver s Licence upon request by an authorized person. A driver may be permitted to drive a Vehicle airside without the appropriate licences providing that the Vehicle is under supervision (escort) from an Airport Company safety officer.

11 12.0 Consultation Guidelines 12.1 Risk Assessments: When a risk assessment is conducted the risk assessment team must include a management representation, WH&S representative, Safety professional and an employee from the area being risk assessed. All risk assessments are to be tabled and consulted upon at the relevant WH&S Committee Meetings Control Action Plans: When a control action plan is developed it must be in consultation with a management representative, WH&S representative, Safety professional, and an employee from the area being risk assessed. All control measures are to be tabled and consulted upon at the relevant WH&S Committee Meetings Communications: When a control measure is implemented, all key stakeholder groups that may be affected by the control measure must be informed of the implementation date. This communication can be in the form of newsletters, safety alerts, safety information notices and toolbox meeting minutes, memorandums, or posters. Where a control measure needs to be updated or amended, the revised control measure must be communicated via the above mediums to all affected key stakeholder groups. Risk assessment and control measure review: The above detailed processes must be adhered to during the risk assessment and control measure review.

12 13.0 Endorsement 14.0 Related Guidelines and References Legislation, Regulations, Codes and Standards AS/NZ 4360 Risk Management; AS/NZ 4801 OHS Management Systems; National Occupational Health and Safety Commission, National Standard for Plant (NOHSC: 1010); AS Traffic Control Devices for General Use; Airside Driving Rules (for the relevant Port); State and Territory Road Rules; Legislation/standards on mobile plant and equipment; IATA Airport Handling Manual.

13 Appendix A Airport Map

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