Training courses on The Code are run regularly by the NZ School of Energy Engineering and Infrastructure (NZIHT). Click here for details of courses on offer.
The final report of the Code Effectiveness Working Group is available for download here.
Click here to download a pdf version
The 2020 Roading Infrastructure Management Forum will be taking place 25-26 March in Napier at the Napier Conference Centre. NZUAG will again be taking responsibility for the day 2 Utility Access to Transport Corridors stream.
Forum attendees will be those with an interest in advanced roading asset management and improving the use and preservation of roading corridors and include:
- Road controlling authority roading managers and asset managers
- Asset Database Managers and Technicians
- Contractors involved in roading asset management and asset information management
- Consultants involved in roading asset management and asset information management
- Industry Suppliers
- Corridor Managers
- Utility Companies
- Contractors involved with corridor utility works
For further details on the Forum, including on-line registration, click here
Revised dates for the Code Education Webinar Series are detailed below. Each of the webinars will follow a similar format and last for 1 hour, starting at 10:30am. They will all utilise the Zoom meeting platform, with Zoom links provide for each event. For anybody wishing to participate via phone, access numbers are given below.
- Tuesday 19 November meeting URL: https://zoom.us/j/275676406
- Monday 25 November meeting URL: https://zoom.us/j/187572897
- Monday 2 December meeting URL: https://zoom.us/j/813047376
To participate via phone, dial either of the following phone numbers followed by the ID code of the relevant webinar (number at the end of the meeting URL): (04) 886 0026/ (09) 884 6780
Topics to be covered will include:
- Changes to the Code from the last review
- What NZUAG is and does
- KPI data reporting and the importance
From the Chairman’s Desk
Health and safety must be the top priority when it comes to worksites in transport corridors. There have been a number of deaths and injuries lately that are totally unacceptable. It is incumbent on all of us to make sure that worksites are safe for workers and travelling public. There is a range of responsibilities in this area, including the Health and Safety at Work Act, CoPTTM, Worksafe, Utilities legislation and so on, and the NZUAG Code also has Safety as one of its guiding principles. Civil Contractors NZ is working with NZTA and Worksafe to improve safety around transport corridor worksites, and NZUAG is fully supportive of this work. There is more on this issue below.Continue reading “NZUAG News edition 18: August 2019”
The NZUAG Board is calling for nominations from members to be part of a working group that will assess how effective the Code has been and to recommend any necessary changes.
The Code (of Practice for Utility Operators’ Access to Transport Corridors) has been in place since 2012 and has been reviewed twice in that time. The Board is keen to find out how effective it has been for the parties to the Code and the wider community, and whether the purpose and principles of the Code are being met. Details of the working group appear below. This is an important initiative from the Board, and we are keen to have as many nominations as possible. Your industry needs you!Continue reading “NZUAG News edition 17: May 2019”