“The TMAA’s mission is to lead, unify and achieve best practice within the traffic management industry on behalf of all members.”
“The TMAA’s vision is a safe and zero harm traffic management industry across Australia.”
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TMAA has had significant success in raising the profile of our industry and bringing the voice of traffic management companies to Government and industry sectors that we support. Never before has there been such an opportunity to shape the way our industry develops, is trained and affected by policy. TMAA is our industry’s voice and it contributes to all major conversations that pertain to what we do on the road every day. It’s important that we continue to focus on relevant issues and create a solid foundation for our next chapter, what are we going to do and how are we going to do it? Our Mission will be achieved through focusing on
FEDERAL SAFETY COMMISSION TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT WEBINAR 26 JULY 2022- YOU ARE INVITED
The Federal Safety Commissioner invites you to attend the July 2022 Traffic Management Webinar. TMAA President Andrew White and TMAA Secretary Anthony Simmons will provide two of the keynote presentations for this webinar. We encourage all members and stakeholders to attend. Mark your diaries and click the link in the invitation to participate in this national webinar.
Download the invitation here.
The Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) seeks to continually promote and improve conditions for Traffic Controllers. Through the Traffic Controller of the Year Award (TCOY); the TMAA strives to identify the outstanding work performance of Traffic Control Employees, across a broad range of competencies.
The TCOY Award, proudly sponsored by Kennards Hire, provides a platform for the traffic control industry to identify and exhibit the commitment and performance of their controllers for recognition across the wider industry and community.
We cordially invite you to take part in the nomination process for the Traffic Controller of the Year Award (TCOY).
Key Dates 2022
1 July 2022 Nominations open. Information packs distributed.
31 October 2022 Nomination written submission closing date.
December 2022 State finalists are announced by TMAA.
31 January 2023 Video submission closing date for state finalists.
23 – 24 March 2023 Winners announced at the Awards Dinner
The Award winner will receive a trophy and monetary prize ($2,500).
The TMAA Office Bearer October 2022 election is now completed.
It is with pleasure we announce the TMAA Office Bearer and Board positions as follows:
TMAA President Andrew White (representing TMAA NT)
TMAA Vice President John Cassel (representing TMAA QLD)
TMAA Treasurer Dylan Barket (representing TMAA SA)
TMAA Secretary Anthony Simmons (representing TMAA VIC)
TMAA TAS Board Member Peter Dixon
TMAA NSW Board Member Ben Marsonet
TMAA WA Board Member Stephen O’Dwyer
Term of office is until early 2024.
We congratulate all Board members. For further information about your Board members visit https://tmaa.asn.au/our-board/
TMAA E2022/166 Insufficient Nominations Election
The TCOY Nomination awards will be opened on the 1 July.
Go to more information and the nomination form here
AT TTM Newsletter 2021 Q4
TMAA Industry Growth March 22
- Austroads temporary traffic management
- Annual NT Major Projects Conference
- Australian Asphalt Pavement Association
- Civil Contractors Federation
- DPTI SA
- DTMR QLD
- Expotrade Australia
- Main Roads WA
- Roads Australia
- Roads and Maritime Services NSW
- Roadmarking Industry Association of Australia
- Safe sites – Call Police link
- Safe Work Australia
- Safety Institute of Australia
- Standards Australia
- State Growth Tasmania
- WorkSafe Victoria