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The ability to read plans is essential for anyone involved in highway or bridge construction. This training reviews the information found in the Traffic Control Plans section of a highway plan. This training is part of the curriculum from the Plan Reading Series, which covers both basic plan reading...

This course focuses on preventative maintenance (PM) programs for equipment fleet operations, which involve a systematic and proactive schedule of work that provides inspection, detection, and correction. PM programs are the key element in supporting a cost-effective fleet operation. These programs...

The first step in determining an appropriate weed control strategy is to identify the weed plant. There are numerous plants growing along many roadsides that can be considered weeds. This is a basic course in the area of weed identification. Most weeds are territorial to different climates and regions...

Carpentry tools are a common part of our day-to-day lives and are present in nearly every industry. These tools help us to easily perform tasks that otherwise would be difficult or impossible. On the other hand, these simple tools can be hazardous and have the potential for causing severe injuries when...

Hand and power tools are a common part of our day-to-day lives and are present in nearly every industry. These tools help us to easily perform tasks that otherwise would be difficult or impossible. On the other hand, these simple tools can be hazardous and have the potential for causing severe injuries...

TC3 Safety Orientation (online module)

This training provides a general safety awareness orientation. Remember the motto: "Do it safely, or don't do it!" Prevention of injury and safeguarding health is the responsibility of everyone—both management and employees. The safety and health of employees is the overriding concern in all phases...

As operators and shop personnel responsible for trucks and equipment, we try hard to avoid premature failures, high operating costs, downtime, and unsafe equipment. With an understanding of the basic principles of the emissions, we can reduce downtime and operate our equipment safely. This course will...

Operators and shop personnel are all responsible for their trucks and equipment. Premature failures, high operating costs, downtime, and unsafe equipment are all items we try to avoid. When we understand the basic principles of our fuel, lubrication, cooling, air induction, and proper use of a DMM we...

This presentation is designed for operators and foremen who are responsible for cutting grass on interstate highways and state and local road networks. This course is interactive providing an opportunity for attendees to ask the expert questions on any mowing related topic. The trainer encourages discussion...

The following topics/learning outcomes are thoroughly covered: Keys to Professional Operation Pre-Start Inspection Safe Operation Equipment Design & Function Electrical System Equipment Warning Devices Controls Review Stability and Centre of Gravity Working safely adjacent to traffic Securing...

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