Why is an Audit needed?
The Peak Traffic Management Road Safety Audit team is highly qualified and experienced in undertaking design and collision analysis. Road Safety Audits are undertaken by a team of suitably qualified safety professionals appointed independently of the project designers.
The key objective of the Road Safety Audit process is to reduce both the number and severity of accidents once the scheme comes into use.
Over recent years there have been significant changes in policy and design philosophy that have led to new and innovative approaches to managing and apportioning road space.
Our road safety team has experience of all these innovations and is well positioned to provide advice and guidance on all types of scheme.
We undertake Road Safety Audits at four stages; namely:
Stage 1 Assessment: At completion of Preliminary Design.
Stage 2 Assessment: At completion of Detailed Design.
Stage 3 Assessment: At completion of Construction.
Stage 4 Assessment: Monitoring (12 and 36 months post completion).
Our Road Safety Audit team can also undertake interim audits between the designated stages.