A Global Permit / Generic TMP should be discussed with your Road Controlling Authority and TMC before you proceed to make the application within MyWorksites, your application is unlikely to be accepted without a prior discussion.
A Global Permit / Generic TMP will contain a set of conditions which, if met, allow an organisation to work in the road or deploy traffic management without any further review or approval from the RCA.
Within MyWorksites, you would first apply for a Global Permit, and complete the information requested within the steps.
You will then need to submit an application for a Generic TMP on your Global Permit. Unlike a site-specific TMP application, you will not need to enter all the proposed layouts or road space bookings before submitting your application. However, once your application is approved, depending on the conditions set, you will need to list your planned layout deployments in advance of the work, and review other planned work in the area to avoid clashes.
The process for applying for Global Permit worksite is similar to the one for a site specific worksite. You will need to create and submit a Global Permit with a Generic TMP. To start the process you can click on the 'Create Worksites' link in the menu bar, or the 'Create Worksite' tile on the homepage.
On the Worksite Creation page you can select 'Global Permit' under 'Application Type'. A warning message will prompt you to contact the RCA before putting in an application for a Global Permit. You can then update the form with the Worksite's Name, Road Controlling Authority, the Principal Client's information and click 'Save and Return' to go to the next page.
The next page confirms the jurisdiction of the RCA you've selected. Once you've added the Worksite Reference and Work Window fields, you can move on to the next page.
In the next steps, you'll add your Work items, Documentation and contacts relevant to the application. For more information regarding these steps, you can visit the detailed Worksite Application guide here.
You can now create a Generic TMP for this Global Permit by clicking on the 'Create TMP' link on the Global Permit.
A Generic TMP draft will be created. On this draft, you can attach a file of the methodology and supporting documents that will be used for the proposed work, and the TMP can be now be submitted for review. Unlike a Site Specific TMP, Generic TMPs can be submitted without a Layout.
Please note that the application will only be processed after both the Global Permit Worksite and Generic TMP have been submitted, so please ensure you have submitted both
Adding Layouts to an approved Generic TMP
Once the application has been approved by the RCA, you can start adding layouts to the Generic TMP without having to create a revision and/or resubmitting the TMP for approval. Please make sure that Layouts under Global Permits comply with all conditions of the Global Permit Worksite and GTMP permits. If any conditions cannot be met, you will need to create and submit a Site Specific Worksite and/or Site Specific TMP .
A new field ‘Universal Traffic Management Diagram’ has been added to the layout section of a Generic TMP to allow you to identify which of these you'll be using in your layout/deployments.
If you need to complete work that is outside of your approved conditions
If you meet the Global Permit conditions, but cannot meet the Generic TMP Conditions
If your planned work is outside the the conditions set for your GTMP, you will need to apply for a site specific TMP. To create a site specific TMP for a Global Permit, you view the Global Permit Worksite, click on the 'Add new TMP' in the TMP section and create and submit a Site Specific TMP. For more information about the site specific TMP application process, click here.
If your planned work is outside of the Global Permit conditions
If the work that is required does not fall within the conditions set on your Global Permit, you will need to create and submit a site specific Worksite application. To create a site specific Worksite you can click on the 'Create site specific Worksite' link on the TMP, and you'll be redirect to create a Site specific Worksite. For more information about creating a Site Specific Worksite, click here.
To view any site specific Worksites applied for on a Global Permit
On the Global Permit worksite you can view a list of site specific worksites and TMPs that were required due to works outside of approved conditions.
The Site Specific Worksite also references the Global Permit and Generic TMP it was created from.