TTM Audit Training

About TTM Auditing

Organisations with a genuine concern for compliance and who wish to manage safety correctly, rigorously and consistently, should consider implementing site auditing.

NOTE: Waka Kotahi does not currently have an Audit workshop.

This workshop has been developed by Training Aspirations to meet the needs of organisations who are committed to auditing TTM at worksites in order to lift the bar and enhance safety.

Why is this important? How can it help you?

1.   Safer sites; safety issues are discussed – operators receive feedback on whether they are managing safety effectively in all aspects of the site including proper and effective use of equipment

2.   Short-comings are actioned and addressed – provides a constructive process for deciding actions to take to achieve all necessary improvements

3.   Compliance increases – “raises the bar” so you can be more certain that operations and employee performance are meeting the required standards.

Performing the duties of auditor involves considerable responsibility but should not be difficult to do. Training Aspirations assists you to learn how to be carry out audits effectively and how to achieve positive outcomes in this role. Our one day training workshop equips you with the skills and tools to be confident with auditing. The training teaches you how to use a simple methodology and provides real practice during the training. Getting started immediately is easily achieved after this workshop.

About Training Aspiration’s Audit Training

This training is facilitated by our experienced facilitators.  We’ve received great feedback about their delivery   ….

“The enthusiasm the tutors brought to the course engendered a positive and questioning atmosphere.  Excellent course.“

Click here to view a copy of the Audit Course Overview Audit Course Overview


The Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA) 2015 came into force in New Zealand on 4 April 2016. The HSWA introduced a positive duty on a “Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking” and of “officers”, to exercise due diligence in meeting health and safety requirements of its workers and others affected by the work. There may be convictions for a breach of due diligence.

For companies, it is becoming increasingly important to have staff following procedure …. Read more about the obligations on officers, information about this legislation and about how we can help you. View the following notice: 

Click here to see a summary of the approach to TTM Auditing and training  Summary of TTM audit approach and training

Book an Audit workshop

No courses scheduled at the moment.