Prior to the joining the Traffic Industry, Dan spent over a decade in the Qld Police Service observing firsthand the impact of poor driver behaviour. He was a founding member and President of the Traffic Management Association of Queensland and Australia. As founder of Verifact Traffic Control in Queensland and now leading the Avada Group of Traffic Companies, Dan is passionate about the traffic management industry and driving industries professionalism for the betterment of its member businesses and the safety of its people.
QLD Vice Chair
After 30 years in the construction industry, John Cassel was appointed Quality Systems, RTO and Compliance Manager with the Acquired Awareness group in 2013 and General Manager in 2020. John has served as Vice Chair TMAA (QLD) since 2019 and continues to advocate for the traffic management industry via various QLD and national traffic management working groups.
Khaleel has 19 years of experience in the traffic management sector and has been with Altus for 13 years, delivering consistently on the largest infrastructure and maintenance projects in the country. He has held various positions within Altus including Operational and Safety leadership functions and possesses a background in Business Information Systems. Khaleel leads a team of highly skilled and dedicated individuals within the NSW operation including more than 500 traffic controllers. Khaleel has full P&L control of the NSW business, continually looking to improve, grow safety year on year and continue to be a industry leader in the market.
NSW Vice Chair
Tynan Diaz is a highly accomplished professional in the traffic management industry. With over a decade's worth of experience, Tynan is an operational executive who is deeply passionate about road worker safety, operational excellence, and driving positive change through innovation.
Since assuming the role of TMAA NSW Division Chair in 2021, Tynan has played a vital role in advancing the association's goals and objectives. Tynan's efforts are focused on continuously raising the professionalism of the industry while prioritising safer outcomes for all road works and road users.
Anthony has been part of the Traffic Management Industry for over 10 years.
His Traffic Management Industry knowledge and expertise hails from working his way through the industry from Traffic Controller to his current position as General Manager Road Services.
Anthony is committed to the on going advancement of the industry through close consultation with Road Authorities, raising the professionalism through tiered training accreditation and believes the TMAA must continue to work towards standardisation and harmonisation across the country.
VIC Vice Chair
Stuart is a highly experienced and results-oriented leader with a passion for operational excellence. In his current role of General Manager at Go Traffic, Stuart uses his passion for traffic management to provide his customers with the highest quality services and solutions.
Stuart became Vice Chair of the Victorian division of TMAA in June 2023.
Chris Boyer has an industry history of nearly 15 years. He is currently in his second term as TMAA NT Chair. Chris was a founding member of the TMAA NT. While running his family business, TrafficWerx NT, Chris has served also served two terms as TMAA National Secretary and NT board delegate. His passion is safety for Traffic controllers, road workers and motorists and ensuring everyone makes it home safely. ‘’My goal this term will be to lift the professionalism of the industry through new members, an accreditation scheme, and ensure our current close relationship with our road authorities continues to grow.’’
Nicole currently holds the role of Operations Manager at Traffic Dynamix Tas Pty Ltd. Nicole has 5 years of experience in the traffic management sector and has been with Traffic Dynamix in Hobart for 4 years. Nicole worked her way up from traffic controller to planning and systems co-ordinator and now to her current position of operations manager. Nicole was appointed as Tasmania Vice Chair in March 2023.
TAS Vice Chair
TMAA TAS Chair Peter Dixon has over 12 years’ experience in road safety from both holding leadership roles in organising special events, and professionally, working with Spectran Traffic. Peter enjoys working with local governments and stakeholders to develop safe solutions and consistency across work sites. He has a dedication to the safety of the traffic controllers on his sites and the greater public. He is excited by the opportunities opened up by the formal adoption of the harmonised guide to temporary traffic management in Tasmania at the beginning January 2021.
Stefan has over 15 years experience within the industry commencing on the road as a Traffic Controller way back in 2007. After ‘learning the ropes’ on the road, Stefan moved into various Operational roles including Scheduling, Planning, Operational Management and General Management. Stefan is passionate about Traffic Controller Safety and training as well as innovation and raising industry standards across the board. Currently, Stefan is a Director of Fast Lane Traffic, a newly formed Traffic Management company based in South Australia.
Max started his journey within the traffic management industry in 2014 by founding LGC Traffic Management to improve the commercial aspect of industry within Western Australia.
Max has a dedication to improve the safety and wellbeing of all employees weather they are traffic controllers or road workers onsite and has avid interest within the technology becoming available to both the traffic and industry’s alike.
WA Vice Chair
Mark Chapman has been a key member of the traffic management industry for two decades and two companies. Mark’s passion for training has seen him represent the industry on Registered Training Organisation panels and he is one of the inaugural members of the TMAA in Western Australia. Mark’s knowledge and industry expertise is second to none when it comes to safety and operationalisation of all things traffic management.
Mark is a strong advocate for the industry in Western Australia and indeed across the country.