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The Bridge Site Safety Worker Orientation discusses the safety responsibilities and potential hazards on bridge construction sites.Upon completion of the module, participants will be able to: Recognize and name personal protective equipment Identify safety equipment used on bridge construction sites...

Production facilities vary in standard forming and abilities to make special components for storm and sanitary applications. Learn the criteria that are common in local plants and the broad range of specials that can be built. Pipe to structure connections are key to the life of a street or roadway....

Good construction project management and administration practices are critical to all departments of transportation and local jurisdictions that build highway infrastructure with public funds. This presentation is a short overview of the 5 key areas of typical highway and bridge project management. ...

Negotiation is a key tool used to resolve change orders on construction projects, but it can be frustrating and stressful. This presentation will walk you through successful strategies to use when you negotiate. These will include showing you how to set the right goals, how to prepare, how to structure...

The new permissible exposure level for workers exposed to silica is 50 mg per cubic meter over an 8-hour period. As an example, if silica dust is visible in the field, this new standard is likely exceeded. This presentation would help large and small organizations plan for, implement and comply with...

Part 2 of an 8-Part Webinar Series on Roadway/Street Pipes History of corrugated steel pipe Production methods - past and present Design guidelines – selecting pipe gauge, coating and size; inlet/outlet control, when Manning’s matters, soil basics, soil envelope, etc. Installation process...

Fiber reinforced concrete has been used in bonded resurfacing overlays and assumed to have improved performance, as well as cost-effective. The benefit of improved toughness by incorporating fibers has proven to reduce cracking, yet other deformation characteristics and the bond interaction to the underlying...

Culverts are an important asset that tackle a simple task – to convey storm water through roadway sections. From regression equations to outlet discharge, this presentation will walk through the demands of a culvert system and explore various design criteria. Topics to be reviewed: Regression...

Cement-treated bases and soils provide a material enhancement level that can be the key to success for many roadway segments. Learn how and when to use this treatment option. Key learning areas: • Candidates for cement treatments • Expected life • Load carrying capability • Design...

The focus of the class will be curb ramps in the public right-of-way. Design elements such as width, cross slope, grade and surface necessary for achieving accessibility in the public right-of-way will be reviewed. The requirements for detectable warning surfaces at the base of curb ramps will be described....

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