TMAA Conference provides platform for change

The Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) 2017 Conference will be the catalyst for change for industries working on or near roads across Australia.The Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA) 2017 Conference will be the catalyst for change for industries working on or near roads across Australia.

The Gold Coast-based Conference, under the theme ‘Technology. Training. Traffic’, is set to turn the roadworks world on its head this April, with safer products, uniform training and the introduction of a national registration scheme, changing the way any business works on roads.

TMAA President Brendan Woods will be announcing the National Registration Scheme in his keynote address at the conference on Thursday, April 6.

He has ensured that an expert panel is also on board to provide answers for the many Q&As expected.

According to a statement from the TMAA, a National Registration Scheme is a game changer for all players in the road and civil space. This scheme will operate Australia wide with companies applying and vying for work in specialised sectors of expertise.

The conference is host to a diverse group of expert plenary speakers and workshop presenters who will be discussing the latest offerings in the traffic management and roadworks space.

Attendees to the event will learn how a National Registration Scheme will impact their business and ability to tender for work on roads, as well as understand the need for new and innovative technologies to provide safer worksites.

Register for the TMAA Conference now. Visit https://www.tmaaconference.com.au/program to download the program and to register.

For more information contact TMAA on 1300 798 772.

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