Starts 22nd July 2020
Join us for this FREE NACOE Webinar Series.
Join us for this FREE webinar series where we introduce and discuss the new Local Government Heavy Vehicle Route Assessment Guidelines. This five part webinar series will demonstrate how the guide considers Local Government roads when assessing heavy vehicle access. This Guide focuses on providing access, inclusive of a risk assessment process to document the use of mitigation treatments.
The webinar series introduces the following through worked examples:
- Route upgrade table and route assessment interactive form
- Risk Assessment Process to allow road managers to assess risk when providing access
- Geometric assessment guidance for low speed and low volume roads
- Mitigation measures for geometric assessments
- Pavement impact assessment process to identify marginal costs
The webinar series is broken down into the five following webinars:
Session 1 – Wednesday 22 July 2020 | 11AM - 12PM (AEDT)
The Guide and Tools
Presented by Kieran Hay, Senior Professional Engineer, Transport Safety, ARRB
Larry Griffiths Principal Engineer (Road Manager Policy), Heavy Vehicles and Prosecutions Section, TMR
David Milling, Team Leader, Transport Safety, ARRB
Kieran Hay is a Senior Professional Engineer in the Transport Safety group at the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB). He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from Queensland University of Technology. Since starting at ARRB in 2017, Kieran has worked primarily on transport safety, heavy vehicle safety and connected automated vehicles. Kieran has experience in the development of Heavy Vehicle route assessment guidelines, transport reform for heavy vehicles, application of road safety principles and development of best practice for Electric Vehicles.
Join us for this FREE NACOE webinar series starting on July 22, 2019 at 11:00 AM AEST.
Participants please note - this session will commence at 11:00 AM AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time). There may be time zone differences that apply. It is recommended that you connect to the webinar 15 minutes prior to allow sufficient time for potential connection delays.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.