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Road Safety Auditor Accreditation (RSA)

Road Safety Auditor Accreditation (RSA)

To become a Road Safety Auditor you shall:

  • Have a minimum of two years’ recent crash investigation or road safety engineering experience.
  • Knowledge of current practice in road design or traffic engineering principles.
  • Have been an Audit Team Member or Audit Team Trainee on at least two road safety audits led by an accredited Senior Road Safety Auditor within the previous two years. Audits must be either: Feasibility, Preliminary Design, Detailed Design or Pre-Opening stage audits.
  • Have successfully completed the WA Road Safety Engineering – Treatment of Crash Locations training course, or a recognised equivalent Australian / New Zealand training course within the previous five years.
  • Have successfully completed the WA Road Safety Audit training course, or a recognised equivalent Australian / New Zealand training course within the previous five years.

You are required to provide:

  • A completed application form detailing the above requirements.
  • Evidence of audits attended (including a copy of the audit report front cover page and the page that displays the audit stage, the audit team membership and the page listing your name and the role you performed in the audit).
  • Evidence of attendance at the WA Road Safety Audit and Road Safety Engineering – Treatment of Crash Locations training courses or recognised equivalent (Course Certificates).
  • Supporting information of two years relevant experience (CV, Resume etc.)

Applications can be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Road Safety Auditor Requirements 
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Road Safety Auditor Application Form

Auditor Accreditation Experience and Knowledge Requirements Guidance


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