What is ATTMA
The Aotearoa Temporary Traffic Management Association (ATTMA) was registered in December 2021 to provide a national peak body and voice for the Temporary Traffic Management Industry. The continued growth and development of the Traffic Management industry within New Zealand represents new challenges for TTM suppliers, central and local government.
With infrastructure maintenance, new road build projects, utility network management and growth in the construction sector increasing the demand on resource across New Zealand, and with an obligatory role of the provision of TTM controls for these areas of service, ATTMA will give surety to the credence of standards and the delivery of safety outcomes for its members.
The Temporary Traffic Management industry will be a key player in the infrastructure, road network, planning and building, public events, emergency services, utility services, repair and reconstruction sectors throughout New Zealand.
With Road Controlling Authorities working together through ATTMA the nationalisation and standardisation of the provision of TTM controls can be enabled. ATTMA will engage with key committees and decision making bodies to provide advice and feedback on policy, processes and procedures for the future of the industry.
The diverse range of projects requiring temporary traffic management also have a duty to confirm mandatory safety, management of known risks and risk potential, task appropriate training and competency development practices within their areas of responsibility as a PCBU. The Aotearoa Temporary Traffic Management Association seeks to ensure these duties are understood that safety practices are uniform and are implemented universally within the industry.
Interim Committee Formation
The interim committee is in place and the final stage of registration as an Incorporated Society has been completed.
What does this mean?
It provides a forum where the ideas from individuals are heard and acknowledged by an industry group that is working with other representative groups to provide leadership in support of the membership. This recognises that best practice outcomes eventuate from inclusive discussion with all stakeholders.