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In an effort to support the FHWA Work Zone Safety and Mobility Rule that applies to all State and Local Governments receiving Federal-aid highway funding (reference 23 CFR 630 Subpart J), we are pleased to offer the ATSSA Minimizing Worker Exposure In Highway Work Zones Through The Use Of Positive Protection...

In an effort to support the FHWA Work Zone Safety and Mobility Rule that applies to all State and Local Governments receiving Federal-aid highway funding (reference 23 CFR 630 Subpart J), we are pleased to offer the ATSSA Traffic Control Technician (TCT) course as the industry standard for work zone...

The Safe Installation and Removal of Temporary Traffic Control Devices training describes methods to safely install and remove Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) devices. Upon completion of the module, learners will be able to: Understand why safe installation and removal of temporary traffic control...

The purpose of the Work Zone Safety Performance Measures training is to provide users with an understanding of the types of performance measures used to evaluate work zones and how to use them. The training covers how to develop work zone performance measures, the rationale for using performance measures...

Roadway construction and maintenance activities can temporarily close sidewalks and crosswalks. Similarly, utility work, sidewalk repairs, building construction and other activities also affect sidewalks and crosswalks. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Public Rights-of-Way Accessibility Guidelines...

According to the National Safety Council, one out of four vehicle accidents can be blamed on poor backing techniques. Backing accidents are responsible for 500 deaths and 15,000 injuries per year. The use of safe vehicle backing tips by employers and employees can help prevent accidents while on and...

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...

A confined space is defined as an area that is large enough that an employee can enter, work, has a limited means of entry or exit and is not designed for continuous occupancy. As part of this course the participants will: Identify the four categories of hazards of confined spaces, Describe examples...

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....

This presentation is designed to help civil engineering based staff to understand electrical project components on a typical rural or urban construction project. It will provide a solid foundation for field inspectors and engineers so that they can confidently provide quality assurance/inspection reviews....

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